Levity Live Announces Promotion of Three Employees
Levity Live, one of the top management and production companies in the comedy business, recently announced the promotion of three employees.
Turner Byfuglin, Kinsey Shomo and Jack-Henry Kay have been promoted to coordinators. Byfuglin works closely with comedians Mark Normand and Brian Simpson, both of whom appeared on Netflix’s comedy special “The Standups.”
Shomo works on the teams that work with Taylor Tomlinson and Dusty Slay, who also appeared on “The Standups.” Tomlinson has two comedy specials on Netflix and performed a sold-out show at the Steven Tanger Center in Greensboro, North Carolina, on Nov. 12. The comedian sold 2,925 tickets and grossed $170,720, according to box office reports submitted to Pollstar.
Kay works with Bert Kreischer and Whitney Cummings. Kreischer has done four comedy specials and hosts two popular podcasts. He performed two shows at the Des Moines Performing Arts in Iowa on Nov. 12 and grossed $376,826, according to Pollstar box office reports. Cummings has five specials across multiple platforms and is a successful producer, writer and director.
“Over the past year, Levity Live has accelerated our growth with key hires and investment in servicing our clients at the highest level,” Judi Marmel, founding partner, said in a statement. “This is all made possible by a dedicated team of talented representatives who we promoted today. Our core belief is to work hard and dream big alongside our clients with teamwork as the cornerstone of this strategy. We look forward to continuing to promote from within and to build the future comedy leaders in the industry.”
Levity Live also represents Sebastian Maniscalco, Loni Love, Anjelah Johnson-Reyes, Fortune Feimster and Rosebud Baker, amongst many others.