This years Comedians of Chelsea Lately will feature: Josh Wolf, Chris Franjola, Sarah Colonna and Jen Kirkman

Josh Wolf started doing comedy in Seattle 12 years ago. His unique, honest and high-energy style of storytelling made him an instant favorite at The Impov, The Laugh Factory and The World Famous Comedy Store. Being bit by the writing bug, Josh wrote on sitcoms for four years working on shows like "Yes, Dear", Will Smith’s "All of Us" and "Cuts" starring Shannon Elizabeth. Josh decided he was tired of making other people funny and he jumped back into stand-up. He immediately got cast in Last Comic Standing and was on the season finale as one of the Last Comics Downloaded. Since then he has had acting roles on "All of Us", he has a recurring role on "My Name is Earl" and he has done several hosting gigs for E! Entertainment.

Aside from being a writer on Chelsea Lately, Chris Franjola has also appeared on The Mother of Invention and Man Up, Stand Up. He is listed as the producer of The Chelsea Handler Show as well.

Sarah is currently a writer and roundtable regular on the hit late night talk show “Chelsea Lately.” She is also a Producer and star on E!’s “After Lately.”Sarah tours across the country headlining comedy clubs as well as a part of the Comedians of Chelsea Lately tour. She’s appeared on several other TV shows, including “The United States of Tara,” “Scare Tactics,” and “Monk." Some of Sarah’s accomplishments in Stand Up comedy include the Las Vegas Comedy Festival, a SemiFinalist on “Last Comic Standing,’ and BBC’s “The World Stands Up,” an international show featuring the best comedians from around the world.

Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, television writer and actress.  She is a writer and roundtable regular on The E! Network’s “Chelsea Lately.” Most recently Jen was a staff writer for “Perfect Couples” on NBC.  Jen also was the narrator of HBO’s “Drunk History” which received the Jury Prize for “Best Short Film” at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010. Jen was also a cast member of Vh1’s sketch show –  “Acceptable TV”. She played many characters on the Cartoon Network’s “Home Movies” as well as Current TV’s political cartoon “Super News!” In 2009 Entertainment Weekly named Jen “One of the Top 12 Rising Stars in Comedy.” In May of 2010 both MSN and The Huffington Post named Jen one of the top comedians to follow on Twitter.