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The Bonkerz Seal of Approval is required before any comic can work for Bonkerz. These requirements include a commitment to professionalism, as well as providing a great experience for the audience. Bonkerz’ comics are given an itinerary for each venue that outlines show times, content requirements, contact information, lodging details and even a minimum time frame they must appear at the venue before the show.
Bonkerz’ comics typically work multiple Bonkerz venues every year. Some of our headlining comedians work as much as half of their calendar year just working for us. Their actions at each of our venues relates to their employment at all of our venues. Doing a good job in one location is how they earn the opportunity to work all of our locations. The converse is also true, so you can rest assured that the Bonkerz Seal of Approval is not easily earned and something that comics must maintain in order to perform at any and all Bonkerz locations.
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Caroline Rhea is most noteworthy, a stand-up comedian and actress.
Caroline Rhea is best known for her role on the ABC hit series, Sabrina The Teenage Witch. On the show, Caroline plays Hilda Spellman. Rhea stars in even more comedy specials on Comedy Central, HBO and Showtime. Currently, she stars in Disney Channel’s TV show, Sydney to the Max. Also, Caroline hosts the hit game show, Caroline and Friends, for Game Show Network. The show is now in its second season.
Caroline is a regular panelist on ABC’s Match Game, with Alec Baldwin. Often, she appears on other game shows. Some of those shows include Hollywood Squares, and Funny You Should Ask. Above all, she has hosted the Caroline Rhea Show, and has even appeared as Linda Flynn Fletcher on Phineas and Ferb for over ten seasons. You can see her as a guest star on countless other hit series. For instance, Two Broke Girls, The Mark Maron Show, and The Grinder are some of the shows she has been on.
Another hit character she plays is Noleta Nethercott, from the cult classic series, Sordid Lives. Therefore, she played Noleta Nethercott in the film, A Very Sordid Wedding. The film ranked #1 on Amazon Films for a full month after its release. Lastly, Caroline can be seen on the dais of Comedy Central’s Roast of Alec Baldwin, and on Showtime’s Women Of A Certain Age. This marks Caroline’s 30th year as a stand up comedian.