"Last Comic Standing" judges are from a show where comedians compete to be the last comic standing, which will give them a talent deal with NBC and $250,000 cash. Many people enjoy a good comedy show and love to watch "Last Comic Standing." If you're curious about the "Last Comic Standing" judges, this is the list for you.

Greg Giraldo. Greg Giraldo was a judge on "Last Comic Standing" for the entire run while he was alive. He was a well-known comic with many specials, tours, guest spots and performances.Greg Giraldo was born in 1965 and was originally a lawyer, gaining his law degree from Harvard. He also earned a degree from Columbia University and got his start performing in a comedy club called Comedy Cellar. In 2010, Greg Giraldo passed away from a pain medicine overdose.

Natasha Leggero. Natasha Leggero has been a regular around the comedy scene. Along with "Last Comic Standing," she has been seen on shows such as "Reno: 911" and "Til Death." Along with her many specials and performances, she continues to star in comedy shows and specials as well. Natasha was born in 1974 and was born in Rockville, Illinois. She studied at Stella Adler Conservatory before moving to Los Angeles and becoming well-known in the comedy circuit.

Andy Kindler. Andy Kindler has many Comedy Central gigs under his belt and has been seen in a variety of comedic shows including "Everybody Loves Raymond," "The Larry Sanders Show" and appearances on "The Late Show with Conan O'Brien" and more. Andy Kindler was born in 1956 in New York City. He is well-known for his comedic skits on comedy itself; often focusing on certain comedians and their shortcomings.

These are your "Last Comic Standing" judges and a little bit about them. You may have wondered about their background or where you might have seen them before "Last Comic Standing" so hopefully this list gave you more insight on each of their careers.

- Kim Hill