While writing and performing standup comedy in college, Alan began his radio career as a producer for Jonathon Brandmeier at WLUP/Chicago. He went on to host the award-winning Alan Cox Radio Show at WXDX/Pittsburgh and The Morning Fix at WKQX/Chicago, as well as nationally syndicated programs for FMQB and The Album Network.
Alan was a columnist for "Maniac" magazine and branched into television as a commentator on PBS for six years. He has been profiled on NBC5's "24/7 Chicago" and his voice has been heard narrating documentaries on the Big Ten Network, as well as in commercials for AT&T, Yuengling Lager, Vermont Teddy Bear, Jose Cuervo, Verizon, and others.
Alan is an inexplicably good archer and hopes to someday live in a 1973 VW camper van.
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Erika Lauren graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Music Business. After graduating, Erika nabbed a spot on MTV's long standing reality show "The Real World" in Washington, DC. As a cast member of the show, Erika performed her original music on the show, battled it out with roommates, and learned what NOT to say to complete strangers and all of America!
A Chicago native, Erika Lauren moved to Cleveland for love, but she's definitely holding her own in a brand new city! Erika joined 'The Alan Cox Show' in 2010 and wears her heart on her sleeve. Yep, she's the girl singing in the 'Parma State of Mind' Youtube video, too!
Off air, Erika enjoys playing shows with her band HAWKEYE, whooping it up in Lakewood with her pals, and going to local concerts and sporting events. As far as playing hard ball with the guys, you can expect her to hold her own, kick ass, and take names.
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In 2004 Bill Squire was just your regular old excommunicated Mormon Missionary trying to find his way through life. He stumbled into a stand-up comedy open mic and years later he has made almost as much money as a middle school science teacher.
Bill has been seen on Comedy Central... but not for a long time. He won a contest that led to a clip of his stand up playing for about a minute during a commercial break. He was a regular cast member on the cult favorite YouTube series "Man in the Box," starring opposite Cleveland Comedy Legend and Red Lobster regular Mike Polk Jr.
Bill has worked with such famous comedians like Daniel Tosh, Dave Coulier, George Wallace, and doubts any of them remember his name.
in 2008 Bill recorded and released his debut album "Sarcasm Bus" independently and has sold thousands of copies. In 2011 Bill teamed up with Slow Mutant Productions and filmed his one hour comedy special "Just Say Your Jokes" which has over 20,000 views on YouTube.Bill was named one of Cleveland Magazine's "Most Interesting People" in January of 2013 but would gladly give up his spot to that RTA bus driver that punched that loud chick.
I was raised Mormon. My entire life I was being prepared by my parents and church leaders to serve a mission. I tried to buy into the whole Church of Latter Day Saints thing but I never felt comfortable with religion. I was leading a double life. One of a good Mormon son and then the real me, a funny outgoing kid that wanted to experience the world not judge it. I wasn’t a bad kid. I was just a lot happier when I wasn’t around Mormons.
I left for my mission in early April of 2002. I was assigned to the Quezon City, Philippines Mission. I was twenty years old at the time because I had to wait a year due to some transgressions(blow jobs) I had with my non-member girlfriend. I was really hoping I wasn’t going to qualify for a mission but I played the game and acted like a good Mormon boy while still doing all the shit I was doing before.