About Comic Cure

Comic Cure began in September of 2015 with one simple mission – use the unifying power of laughter to engage the community around important causes while developing promising, local talent. We produce live comedic events showcasing this talent to raise awareness, funds and volunteers for local non-profit organizations.  We also specialize in matching comedians with non-profit organizations and mission based companies. Email Ben@ComicCure.com or call 786-564-2291 to become a partner non-profit organization, venue host, or sponsor.  Interested in booking comedians for your upcoming event? We can do that too (even celebrities)!

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Richy Leis, Creative Director

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Richy has produced thousands of shows since he started in the comedy business more than a decade ago. His production credits include the Glendale Laughs Comedy Festival, Burbank Comedy Festival, Boca Raton Comedy Festival, and more. Richy is a regular on TMZ Live, additional performance credits include finalist in the 2010 Miami Improv New Faces Competition, 2010 Palm Beach Improv New Faces Competition, Stand Up Comedy on MTV’s “Is She Really Going Out With Him” and much more. Richy has opened for comedians Dana Carvey, Jim Breuer, John Pinette, Jeff Garlin, Steve Byrne, Dom Irrera, Drew Lynch and more. Richy is based in Los Angeles and manages all west coast area operations.

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Benjamin Leis, Managing Director 

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Benjamin is a social entrepreneur committed to raising awareness, volunteers and funds for non-profit organizations in need.  With more than a decade of experience in the non-profit space he is passionate about addressing community challenges with creative and integrative solutions.  His expertise includes event management, marketing and fundraising.

A few of our clients and partners:

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