Violet Krumbein graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Art's with a BFA in Drama. You may know her as “Knob Kardashian,” from ’30 Rock', or from her appearances on various movies, tv shows, and commercials. She loves the Sun, babies, chocolate, books, friends, and having her hair gently touched. To see Violet’s videos and reel visit www.violetkrumbein.com, for more about what Violet is up to visit facebook.com/violet.krumbein, and for a full list of credits visit http://www.imdb.me/violetkrumbein.
Laura Grey is a writer/director/performer currently working at the UCB in NYC. Most recently, she created the series “Faeries” for IFC’s Comedy Crib and serves as head writer for a UCB digital team. Her short films have shown at Tribeca, SXSW, and Slamdance, and two of her original pilots “Engaged” and “The Brothel” were official selections of the New York Television Fest. www.lauragreymatter.tumblr.com
Brian Faas was a cast member on Vh1's Best Week Ever, and more recently, the sidekick on the talk show Bianca Unanchored. He's appeared in pilots for Bravo, Logo, and in web videos for Above Average and UCB Comedy. Since 2006, Brian has been a resident improviser at UCB Theatre in NY — currently performing Friday nights with The Law Firm. He's also written and produced shows for MTV, Fuse, VH1, and the History Channel.
Evan Greenspoon is a comedy writer whose credits include Guy Code on MTV, Story Notes on AMC and multiple projects for Fuse TV. His work has been featured on The Huffington Post, Mashable, Splitsider, McSweeney's, Funny or Die and The Occasional (Funny or Die's Journal of American Humor). He also writes, performs and directs comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City. On stage, he's a member of Stone Cold Fox, UCB's first-ever weekend sketch team. They were called the theatre's "most consistently skilled team" by The New York Times, and have performed at Comedy Central's New York Comedy Festival, the Friars Club Comedy Film Festival, Austin Sketch Fest, the Toronto Comedy Sketch Festival and the New York Fringe Festival. Evan also co-created and starred in The Unbreakable Gun: A Live-Action Action Movie, as well as2Pac: The Musical!, which both enjoyed long runs at the UCB theatre. As an actor, he's appeared in commercials for Miller Lite, Google and Subway, as well as videos for CollegeHumor,Jest and LandlineTV. He grew up in West Virginia and currently lives in Brooklyn.
Lauren Ashley Smith
Lauren Ashley Smith is a writer and comedian who has written for VH1's "Best Week Ever" and Bravo's "Fashion Queens." She performs regularly at the Magnet Theater and tweets constantly at @msLAS. laurenashleysmith.com
Filip Jeremic is a New York City based comedian and writer. His specialty is creating kooky, off-the-wall, often dark characters that he performs solo, or with other hilarious people. Filip has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Theatre from Toronto's Ryerson University. Before moving to New York, he spent his formative years in Toronto where he wrote and performed sketch comedy for several years as part of the sketch comedy duo, British Teeth. Filip has written and performed original sketches for Canada's CTV/Comedy Network and has performed on stages in New York, Chicago, Toronto, and Montreal. You can catch Filip's character performances at various shows at New York's UCB, PIT, and other comedy venues in the city. www.filipjeremic.com
Anthony Sneed is an actor/writer/producer who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Born & raised in New Jersey, Anthony moved to New York in 2004 and landed the role of Batz in Frank Henenlotter’s “Bad Biology.” After it’s release, Anthony enrolled for formal actor training at the Atlantic Theater and has been working under the tutelage of famed acting teacher JoAnna Beckson. Currently, he is studying improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade & Magnet Theatre's. In addition to forming 85 North Productions, Anthony has most recently debuted the new feature length film “Chasing Banksy” directed by Frank Henenlotter and is also currently producing a documentary on cult artist Mike Diana.
David Neal Levin
David Neal Levin is an actor and writer living in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Nashville, he moved to New York after grad school and studied at Michael Howard Studios. His credits include ‘Boardwalk Empire’, ‘Orange is the New Black’, ‘The Knick’, ‘The Leftovers’,‘Onion News Network’, ‘Adult Swim’, numerous commercials, and the movie ‘The Golden Scallop’. David studied and still occasionally performs improv at the Magnet Theater in NYC. His book “Where Do I Find Auditions?” is available on amazon.com. www.davidneallevin.com