Genre:Gay/Lesbian / Urban / Explicit/Raw
TV ShowsCitibank ATM Security Cam, 56th & Third.
"The Hand-Me-Down Kid", ABC After-School Special, 1983.
Head-On®, the Headache Stick, Commercial, 2006
Head-At®, the Headache Spray, Commercial, 2007
Heart-At®, the Heart Attack Spray, (Print Ad), 2007
Broken Arm-At®, the Broken Arm Spray, Advertisement, 2008
FilmsRamada's "How To Use Your In-Room Safe" (120 secs; color)
AlbumsRadio Sound Effects, Vol. 3 (Sirens and Alarms)
WebsiteYou’re at it. What?
BioIf there’s one thing Richard and Martha have learned in their 152 combined years in Sheaux Biz, it’s how to avoid the soul-destroying, incapacitating illness that is Success. They’re just regular people, y’all, trying to enjoy what is left of this horrible world by eating out a lot, glueing dead people’s hair on their face(s) and counting the remaining hours til coffin time.
Slowly skeletonizing since last century, Richard knew he had a talent for making people laugh when he was a mere 3 years old, mixing cocktails and telling jokes from behind the bar of the brothel his mother ran out of an old refrigerator box. By the time he was 12, Richard was already touring the nation, on the Orpheum Circuit, as a spirit gum applier and radio volume technician for such greats as Billie Burke, Paul Lynde and the remains of William Frawley. The school of hard knocks taught Richard everything he forgot rather quickly. When he finally arrived in New York City, home of the world famous "Bagel", he knew he was right where he belonged. His impressive motion picture debut in Ramada’s "How To Use Your In-Room Safe" (120 secs; color) earned him a prestigious AHLIE nomination from the American Hotel & Lodging Association of America and Southern Canada. When Richard met Martha at the AHLIES ceremony in 1978, the sparks flew and comedy history was instantly made.
Martha came into the world a startling 23 inches long, and has steadily grown in length since then, until about 1987, when she ceased lengthening and ended up being average-sized. Raised on iceberg lettuce and Stouffers® macaroni ’n cheese, it was a lean existence for Martha and her family of hoofers. Traveling from pageant to pageant in the hopes of her daughter finally earning that tiara for "Best Character Study Of A Person Having a Seizure In Front Of The Smithsonian" at the age of nine, her mother sacrificed much. Martha had to supplement the family’s income by creating living tableaux for wealthy visiting foreign diplomats in New York City’s famous Murray Hill district. Her association with Richard and their first completed production back in late March, 2007, has given her the confidence to continue to pursue her dreams of comedy and massive wealth. Martha believes that all her struggle has been worth it, to see her childhood dream of making home movies and putting them on the interwebs come true.
Comedian Bio, btw.
MembersRichard and Martha
InfluencesOur agonizing childhoods, Bob Mackie, and this:
- Oct 2, 2007 9:30 PM Everything is Bloggable
- Status: Single
- Here for: Networking, Dating, Serious Relationships
- Body type: Body builder
- Zodiac Sign: Aries
- Drink: Yes
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