Charlie is a graduate from Emerson College who has been writing and performing comedy all across Los Angeles. His sketch team Flambe' had the first sketch show to be live streamed by Funny or Die and has performed at UCB, Groundlings and more. You can find out more about Flambe' by clicking here.
Katie mastered the art of sass by age five and thus turned her attention to performing. She starred in all of her school plays eventually branching out into regional theater and opera as well as singing in every available choir. She is a Seattle-native now navigating the tumultuous waters of Los Angeles. Katie guest starred on People Magazine Investigates and has starred in numerous short films, commercials, industrials, etc. but is most notable for her co-leading role in "Marla Mae" where she high-fived a real life felon on the run. To find more on Katie, check out her site: katiehemming.com
Sarah is an artist from Alabama living in New York after graduating from Sarah Lawrence College. Her previous work includes lighting design for The Fire This Time Festival's 10 Minute Play Festival, The Human Symphony by Dylan Marron, and STEVE: A Docu-Musical by Colin Summers; stage managing for Poetic Theatre Productions' GOLIATH (2011-2014), Caroline Rothstein's faith, and Everyone's Carol developed by Laurie Strickland and John Greenleaf; and serving as Technical Director for the New York Neo-Futurists. She is definitely a little too into Steven Universe right now.
Daniel Perea is a writer and performer currently residing in Florida. His screenplay POLIS won the prototype short film competition and is currently in development at New Regency. In the past Dan has performed with Emerson Comedy Workshop and continues to write and comedy the world over. In previous films, Dan's played a clown, the devil and a candy man. He also does a dead on Gilbert Godfrey impression, maybe if you ask nicely, he'll do it for you.
Kelley Lynn is a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. She has performed on the same lineups with such names as Amy Schumer, Jim Gaffigan, and Elayne Boosler, and is best known for her comedy videos on YouTube. Her most recent video, “I've McFallen”, went viral with over 50 million views worldwide. Kelley is also known for her scathingly funny written TV reviews of shows like "The Bachelor" and "Dancing With the Stars". In a recent tweet, Tom Bergeron called Kelley "witty and wonderfully snarky." She is currently writing her first book: “My Husband Is Not a Rainbow: The Brutally Awful, Hilarious Truth About Life, Love, Grief, and Loss”, with a tentative release of winter 2017. Kelley's proudest accomplishment continues to be 'being blocked on Twitter' by President Donald Trump. Find more Kelley on Twitter @kelleyiskelley, or at her websitewww.akelleylynnlife.com