Helium Presents: Brian Simpson & Frank Castillo

Brian Simpson is a professional stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles, CA. He's a Marine Corps veteran and spent his entire life moving around the country. His exposure to various cultures has given him a unique perspective that gives his comedy a biting edge. His style is a unique blend of blunt truth, goofy witticisms, and hilarious introspection. He's widely regarded as one of the best up-and-coming comics in the country.

Frank Castillo grew up in San Jose, CA and was interested in comedy from a young age. Frank worked his way up at the iconic Los Angeles venue The Comedy Store. Frank became a staple of The Comedy Store Roast Battles and in January of 2017, Frank became the Champion of Roast Battle II on Comedy Central. Frank is also an advocate for Marijuana Right’s and enjoys Tacos and Burritos as well as Hash Browns and Ketchup. Frank tours the country doing comedy and opening up for Erik Griffin.

10/18/2021 8:00 PM
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Brian Simpson is a stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles, CA. His background as a foster child and Marine Corps veteran has led to a rare combination of life experiences that he manages to channel into a refreshingly unique point of view. Brian is a paid regular at the World-Famous Comedy Store, has been named a New Face 2021 at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, and recently made his TV debut on Comedy Central’s Lights Out with David Spade. You can catch him next on Season 3 of The Standups which will premiere on Netflix later this year.

Frank Castillo grew up in San Jose, CA. When he moved to LA, he worked his way up at the iconic Los Angeles venue The Comedy Store and was passed as a Paid Regular. Frank became a staple of The Comedy Store Roast Battles, and in January of 2017, Frank became the Champion of Roast Battle II on Comedy Central. Frank can be seen in the Showtime documentary The Comedy Store, in Mike Binder’s upcoming feature Halfway To Amarillo, and most recently released his first album Lupe with Comedy Dynamics. He has two podcasts Buddies and Peak’d supported by Puffco, Punch extracts and Alienlabs.

Rachel Wolfson is a Los Angeles-based standup comedian. Born in Las Vegas, Nevada, Rachel began her comedy career in LA in 2016 and since then has toured the country with her brand of high humor. Wolfson’s comedic style is a hybrid of crowd work and the dry humor of her day-to-day life. You can see her in February 2022 in the fourth installment of the Jackass franchise “Jackass Forever” as a new cast member. Rachel also performs standup nightly so follow her on social media to catch a show.

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Brian Simpson is a professional stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles, CA. He's a Marine Corps veteran and spent his entire life moving around the country. His exposure to various cultures has given him a unique perspective that gives his comedy a biting edge. His style is a unique blend of blunt truth, goofy witticisms, and hilarious introspection. He's widely regarded as one of the best up-and-coming comics in the country.

Frank Castillo grew up in San Jose, CA and was interested in comedy from a young age. Frank worked his way up at the iconic Los Angeles venue The Comedy Store. Frank became a staple of The Comedy Store Roast Battles and in January of 2017, Frank became the Champion of Roast Battle II on Comedy Central. Frank is also an advocate for Marijuana Right’s and enjoys Tacos and Burritos as well as Hash Browns and Ketchup. Frank tours the country doing comedy and opening up for Erik Griffin.