Not complete nor in any particular order.
Born in Norfolk, Virginia, Michael Bunin spent the majority of his youth in Las Vegas where he attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and studied Theater Arts. His improvisational skills were honed at The Second City Players Workshop in Chicago and the famed Groundlings in Los Angeles. Bunin has...
Jill E. Alexander
Jill Alexander is an actor, writer, and improviser. She recurs as "Patrice" in seasons 1, 2, and 3 of in Mike Judge's acclaimed HBO series Silicon Valley. She also played Peggy's secretary "Marsha" in the final season of Mad Men. Jill is an accomplished improviser: she's a Groundlings Sunday Company...
Derek, a Chicago native, is a product of that city's improv scene. As a child he was trained under the Piven Theatre Workshop and Interlochen Arts Camp. He attended Indiana University where he co-founded improv troupe Full Frontal Comedy while taking classes at Second City and iO (formerly Improv Olympic.) Derek has been a mainstay of the L.A...
Andrew Patrick Ralston
Raised in Scottsdale, Arizona and Overland Park, Kansas. Moved more than 22 times. 12 of those happening before graduating high school. Andrew's first experience performing was as Pacman singing "Pacman Fever" at a second grade talent show. His best friend at the time (who was the Blue Ghost) and he...
Noah Harpster is a triple-threat writer, actor and producer known for his work in both television and film. He will next be seen in the Amazon series One Mississippi in which he stars as Tig Notaro's brother. Additionally, Noah is a writer, actor and producer on the Emmy winning Amazon series Transparent...
He moved to Los Angeles from Seattle after co-founding the critically acclaimed "Immediate Theatre Company" and graduating from the University of Washington's School of Drama. Worked and toured with many of Seattle's fringe and equity theaters before moving to Los Angeles. Has enjoyed a successful career in TV...
Jessa French has a gift for deception. This sunny, doe-eyed blond has an innocently magnetic, room-illuminating charm; yet, she has convinced millions of viewers otherwise, amassing a resume that reads like a rap sheet. Addict. Exhibitionist. Gangbanger. Prostitute. Religious fanatic. Arsonist. Murderer...
Ben is known for his work as an actor in film (Kissing Jessica Stein, The Broken Hearts Club, Gunshy, Twister) and television (Six Feet Under, Miss Match, Sex & the City, Law & Order). He currently appears on the WB's "Everwood" as guidance counselor Chris Beels. Ben is also a writer and director; his first short film...
Mark Kelly starred in the Duplass Brothers' film The Do-Deca-Pentathlon and will recur on the second season of AMC's Fear the Walking Dead in the role of Connor. He will also be seen in five upcoming independent feature films: Buster's Mal Heart (directed by Sarah Adina Smith and starring Rami Malek)...
Jules Bruff is an American actress and filmmaker born in Cheyenne, Wyoming and raised in the hills of Oakland, CA. She earned a BFA in Acting at the University of Colorado where she was awarded the Best Actress Scholarship. Upon graduation she was cast as the lead in the feature film Virginia. Jules had a supporting role in David Fincher's 2007 film Zodiac...
Stephon Fuller, a native of Virginia Beach, VA was born in Lemoore, CA. He started his acting career on August 26, 1993 doing background work on The Family Channel's "Big Brother Jake". He studied in Virginia Beach for a time before moving to New York City were he shared living quarters with actor William Gregory Lee...
Josh was born in Encinitas, CA and attended San Dieguito High School. Other alumni from there include Eddie Vedder, Michael Chang, and Taryn Manning. He was voted the Best Actor in a Lead Role at by the Southern California Educational Theater Association (SCETA) for his work as Eddie Carbone in Arthur Miller's, "A View From The Bridge." He received his BA in Theatre from UCLA...
Oona was born and raised in New York City, the daughter of filmmaker and poet Jonas Mekas
and Hollis Melton. As well as being an actor, she has played the violin since the age of four, and has just finished writing a children's book. She had the honor of studying with the late Fred Kareman
in New York City.
Pete Gardner (aka Pete Zahradnick) was born and raised in Scarsdale, New York. He went to college at Skidmore, in Saratoga Springs, New York. In 1986, He moved to Chicago to pursue improv. He studied at ImprovOlympic with Del Close and was on a house team there for many years. Pete then joined the group ED...
As the only son of a Southern military family, Henry Dittman lived in Newfoundland, Guam and even Mississippi before moving west to act, host, surf and perfect the art of playing a "jerk in a suit;" which he has done with flying colors. Most recently he can be seen in a recurring role as a suited jerk on Mad Men...
Annie is a main company member of the famed Groundlings Theater in Los Angeles, California, where she writes, performs and directs regularly. Her one act play, 'How To Not Kill Yourself for 30 Days...and the Next 330' directed by Michaela Watkins, is enjoying sold out runs in LA and NY. Annie is originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan.