It’s no secret that Frankie “TRIXX” Agyemang is known more for comedy than controversy, always hitting the stage with big laughs, leaving the audience wanting more. As one of Canada’s next generation of up and coming comedians, TRIXX has developed quite a following via the college circuit, corporate and concert events, and comedy clubs across the nation. A naturally gifted entertainer, TRIXX has been blessed with the enviable talent of being able to connect with his audience, regardless of race, age or gender. As a regular on Much Music’s Video On Trial and Stars Gone Wild, he has opened for Russell Peters (NY Comedy Festival), Cedric the Entertainer (Original King of Comedy), Mike Epps, Aries Spears (of MadTV Fame) and Sugar Sammy (HBO Canada), Tracy Morgan (30 Rock), and is a favorite at the Nubian Disciples of Comedy, hosted by Kenny Robinson. An avid student of pop culture and observer of life; TRIXX offers his unique, fresh and witty perspective, from relationships to race relations, and the hard truths of day-to-day life.
Rarely taking things at face value, even the most ordinary of topics are spun into new directions that only his creatively warped mind could envision. Mike always keeps audiences on their toes by being about as predictable as a car thief whose options are running out. He is the comedic wheelman, taking audiences on a conceptual joyride fueled by an overactive imagination. Along the way, they find humor on every corner, and taboos thrown into a ditch like a drifter with no money for gas. Mike Storck started his stand up comedy career in 1998, in his hometown of Baltimore, at an open mike with a broken microphone and a frayed notepad. His act developed at an incredible rate, and within the first few months he quickly started catching the eyes and ears of club owners and comics in the stand up circuit. Since then he has honed his skill for working with an audience and generating tons of fresh original A-list material.