10 in 60 guest Will Vought

Tymon Shipp

For more than 20 years, Tymon Shipp has been entertaining and bringing laughter to audiences everywhere with his clean yet hilarious comedy routines, poking fun at himself, his childhood, everyday life, and human relationships. An East Saint Louis native, Tymon moved to Los Angeles via Denver in 1989. Since then he has appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno nine times and has performed at such venues as Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, and the LAX Hilton to audiences of over 1000 people. Tymon was in the top 10 of the Las Vegas Comedy Festival Competition. In addition, Tymon was the winner of the "Ultimate Laff Down Comedy" contest and winner of the LA Womens Theater Festival Spotlight Comedy Competition. Early this year Tymon appeared on the Craig Shoemaker Radio Show.

Based in Los Angeles, he is a regular feature at many popular comedy clubs such as Regency West, L.A. Cabaret, Mixed Nuts Comedy Club, Ontario Improv Comedy Club, The Ice House, and Laff Stop. His ongoing night club performances include The Improv in Santa Monica, the Laugh Factory on Sunset, and many others. He also appears regularly at corporate, social and charity events and private parties throughout Southern California.



10 in 60 Guests

  • Jeff Wayne

    Jeff and Sandy reminisce about the comedy biz and discover their paths have crossed a few times over the years.

  • Tymon Shipp

    Tymon talks about family and shares stories about growing up in East Saint Louis.

  • Will Vought

    Will talks about his history in entertainment and shares his experience working as an in-house intern for the Clinton Administration.

  • Joanie Fagan

    Joanie talks about the bonds between being a mom, her career, and her hit comedy "3 Blonde Moms."

  • Steve Mittleman

    Steve shares his experiences growing up Jewish, and reflects on the late Robin Williams and Joan Rivers.

  • Howard Rapp

    Howard talks with Sandy about his legendary uncle Charles Rapp, and the family's dramatic influence in the entertainement business.

  • Steve Bluestein

    Sandy and Steve compare old school and new school comedy, and discuss Steve's play "Rest, In Pieces."

  • Brad Zimmerman

    Brad shares his insight and philosophies about being in entertainment.

  • Norm Crosby

    Norm talks to Sandy about the early days in his career and colorful moments along the way to becoming one of the most recognized performers in show business.

  • John DiCrosta

    John and Sandy share poignant memories of the late Robin Williams.

  • Ron Kenney

    Ron joins Sandy, remembering cherished moments with his friend, the legendary Robin Williams.