Mack & Jamie
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Most importantly, their hundreds of satisfied corporate clients say they're simply the best at creating and performing hilarious, clean, custom comedy for the most discriminating and sophisticated audiences in the world. Whether it's an after-dinner show, hosting an awards show or Emceeing a general session, producers and clients agree — nobody delivers consistently hilarious customized comedy like Mack and Jamie.
For two seasons, Mack played the part of "Scotty the Bartender" on ABC's Paradise, starring Lee Horsley, and he played Keith Carradine's best friend in an ABC Movie of the Week, My Father, My Son. In 1997, Bill Maher personally asked Mack to be a staff writer on Politically Incorrect, which he accepted. In 1999, Mack's acting career included roles in the films Simpatico and Landers and on the TV series J.A.G..
Jamie, the Man of Many Voices, is heard constantly on movie previews, as well as on radio and TV commercials. He was the voice of the famous (and award-winning) Whiskas parakeet. In 1999, Jamie starred in the hit theatrical show Let's Get a Divorce. The team has appeared in national commercials for such companies as MCI and General Mills, and their off-the-wall commercials for WCKG Radio in Chicago brought offers from other stations across the country. Their commercial for a How-To-Use-Your-VCR videotape won a Clio Award.
Mack and Jamie are no strangers to the casino stages in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, having performed with such headline artists as Diana Ross, Michael McDonald, and Melissa Manchester. They're even big abroad, having wowed audiences in Sydney, Australia, on the Queen Elizabeth II out of London, and twice on The Des O'Connor Show, Great Britain's version of the Tonight Show.
Mack and Jamie have become favorites on the corporate circuit because they're clean ("We've worked for Bible salesmen"), hilarious ("My cheeks hurt" is a common complaint), flexible (they once performed for twenty executives sitting around a campfire and 8,000 nurses in 24 hours), and creative customizers ("The reason we work for folks like Nissan, General Motors, and others over and over is because we know how to come up with material that's special for their group--they love that").
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