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Comedian Shawn Harris and Actor Jas Anderson Kicks it With Mz OptimiZm

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Shawn Harris started his comedy career in 1994 in NYC, he quickly started making a name for himself throughout the boroughs of the city Bronx,Brooklyn,Queens etc. His comedic style grabs you from the moment he walks on stage-standing at 6'5 his style of comedy is from the "Old Skool" Raw, but with an up to date twist. After grazing all of the comedy clubs in NYC for 6yrs & having an opportunity to perform on Broadway at the world famous Caroline's Comedy Club (and receiving 4 standing ovations in one set) he decided it was time for Television-so on to Los Angele's he went. In 1999 Shawn was given the opportunity to perform on BET'S COMICVIEW and hasn't looked back since, his name quickly gained notoriety all over the world. After 6 performances on BET Shawn started branching out to other networks (HBO,COMEDY CENTRAL,NBC,etc) his parodied remix performance of Usher's "You got it bad" became a world wide sensation called "You've gotten Fat" getting THOUSANDS of hits on Youtube,Google & many other other media networks. Shawn Harris has a national following in many cities across the US and in the UK,as well as online communities, colleges,& on television.
You've seen Shawn in multiple Comedy Films,Music videos,Stand up Comedy Shows, Comedy Tours, National Stage Plays,and devoting quite a bit of time to a few different Charities and speaking to kids in High Schools to guide them to their own successes. 

Then... Jas Anderson will join us to talk about his upcoming projects. Jas Anderson has been a part of the arts since he was a young child, studying acting for commercials at Weist Barron, and training in theater and dance at the renowned Harlem School of the Arts. Since then, he has flourished into a promising young star.  Jas has had major roles in several films, starring in Rock the Paint opposite John Doman (HBO's The Wire and Mystic River.)

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