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Christine Meehan, Laura Hayden, Grace Fraga & Hank Garrett

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On top of numerous appearances Laura Hayden is just finishing up a month of performances in Scotland at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.  Her solo show " I Didn't Mean to be a Virgin in the 80s' was a hit with everyone lucky enough to see the show.  Laura has already been invited back to perform in the Fringe Festival again and also host a variety show. Laura is currently working on a book, turning her dissertation (yes officially she is Dr. Laura, but not THAT Dr.  Laura) in turn a speaker platform to help heal the world with the power of levity. Laugh more! Doctor's orders! 
 
Grace Fraga is award winning actress, comedienne, writer and producer has appeared on national television on A&E, CBS, Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, VH-1, Court TV, Univision, Galavision and Telemundo. Night club appearances include stops in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, San Francisco, Salt Lake, Chicago, New Orleans, Reno and Las Vegas at top rated venues such as The Comedy Store, The Improv, The Laugh Factory, The Ice House, The Comedy Zone and Harrah’s.  
 
Comedy came very easily to Hank Garrett, who re-created what he had learned growing up in Harlem. He made audiences laugh with stories of his childhood, using a variety of characters and dialects. His talents were soon noticed by many, and soon he was off working with such stars as Jerry Vale, Della Reese and Tony Bennett. Hank’s third big dream finally came true when Nat Hiken saw him performing one night and asked him to audition for the part of Officer Nicholson on the famous television show "Car 54, Where Are You?". Up and running Hank Garrett became well known to all the television industry. Two years later the show was cancelled and Hank went on to play a host of other TV and film characters, both live AND animated!

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