Russell Peters is a global comedy star and Internet sensation. His YouTube clips have been viewed over 75 million times, and he has performed to sold-out crowds at Madison Square Garden, the Sydney Opera House, and London's O2 Arena, where he set a new attendance record. The Atlantic calls him "the man who put Indian comedy on the map," and he is famous for observational humor about race, class, and culture. In 2009 and 2010, he was on the Forbes list of top-earning comedians in the United States, along with Chris Rock and Jerry Seinfeld. Clayton Peters is Russell's brother and manager. He lives in Oakville, Ontario, with his wife, Emma, and their dog, Zoe. He commutes between Russell's live dates globally and Los Angeles, and oversees all aspects of his brother's career. Dannis Koromilas is an acclaimed screenwriter and co-creator/producer of the police drama The Bridge. He is presently developing the Cold War television series REVOLUTION '68. He lives in Toronto with his wife and two sons.