Steve's career was launched when he won The Big Laff-Off on SHOWTIME, and is one of the rare comedians that appeared on The Tonight Show with both Johnny Carson & Jay Leno. He's also performed on David Letterman, HBO, COMEDY CENTRAL and more, and has over 100 TV appearances, including feature films, sitcoms and commercials. He's Mr. Familiar, and was in the films "Radio Days," and "Roxanne."
Steve has performed with Jay Leno, Ray Romano, and Jerry Seinfeld who says, "Mittleman is always funny!". He also does many corporate events and auctions.
In addition, he appears at many casinos and country clubs, performing clean routines on: marriage, relationships, kids, birthdays, dating, traveling, sports and more. His clients include: IBM, AMEX, Pizza Hut, Toyota, Comcast and many more.
A native New Yorker, Jeff made his national TV debut on CBS as a comedian on the "Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." He has also appeared on Comics Unleashed, ABC-TV, America's Got Talent on NBC and opened for and performed with comic legends Robert Klein, Mort Sahl, Robin Williams, Dana Carvey, Elayne Boosler, and more. He entertains audiences around the globe, and his Dry Bar Comedy Special just released in Oct 2021.
Jeff plays the role of Joey Bishop in "The Rat Pack Tribute" and is also credited and appears in the blockbuster film "The Pursuit of Happyness," starring Will Smith. Jeff is also active in the business and hi-tech worlds, using his two engineering degrees from MIT. He is the co-creator of Latkes & Laughs.
Richard Weiss has toured the country performing in hundreds of comedy venues including the Laugh Factory, Carolines (N.Y.), The Comedy Store, The Improv, and more. He takes his brand of humor across the country in his "Stand Up to Addiction" show.
He was voted "Best Standup" comedian at the Coachella Valley Comedy Festival, and is the creator of the top rated humor book & comic strip, "Weiss Cracks."
That is up to YOU! Once again, this year's show is MYOL: Make Your Own Latkes.
Why? Because we're gearing up to be together in person NEXT year. So break out Bubbie's latke recipe, and cook up a batch before the show. Farstheisht?
This isn’t raunchy comedy. (It's sponsored by a Temple, after all.)