Cherla was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma and raised with her four brothers, where their father, Rev. A. Marshall (since retired) worked for American Airlines as an aircraft mechanic and the pastor of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church. Cherla's mother, Deloris Marshall was a stay home mom, that is until she wanted a change in life; So, she decided to study's for her real estate license and passed the test on her first try. In 1990, Cherla decided to attend Northeastern State University, where she received her B.A. degree in Mass Communication with emphasis in Journalism and Psychology. A self-described "class clown," Cherla always wanted to pursue a performing career and every year Around her birthday, Cherla would try to build up enough courage to perform Stand -Up Comedy. Cherla performed her first comedy routine at Penguins Comedy Club in Cedar Rapids, Iowa and she has not looked back since. Cherla has won several Comedy Contests, created her own comedy Shows, and has been filmed for an independent film. Cherla credits all her gifts and talents to God, from whom all blessings flow, and her parents, who taught her to love everybody!
Kenté Scott was born and raised in Oakland, California. Although his father wanted him to be a doctor, Kenté was destined for a different life path as he started to appear in commercials and stage plays while attending UCLA. Upon graduation, he decided to pursue a career in acting and stand-up comedy. Kenté started doing stand-up in 1996 at the world famous Comedy Store in Hollywood. He has left crowds laughing all over the country, performing with such comic heavyweights as Katt Williams, Cedric The Entertainer, Melody Camacho, Chris Spencer, and Rodney Perry. As an actor, Kenté has appeared in numerous films and television series. He co-starred in Denzel Washington’s directorial debut, “Antwone Fisher”, and played the lead in Showtime’s critically acclaimed movie, “They Call Me Sirr”, co-starring Michael Clarke Duncan. Kenté has been a guest star on hit shows such as “ER”, “The Parkers”, “Strong Medicine”, and “Half & Half”. In 2007, Kenté focussed his attention on his production company, Legacy Films Entertainment, which specializes in feature films and sitcoms that illustrate the diversity of the African-American experience. Look for his first feature, Billy Do, a urban horror movie like nothing any audience has seen before. Recently, Kenté has been refining his stand-up routine in comedy clubs all around the country, so watch for more big things from this all-around talent in the very near future.