Aydrea ten Bosch, Executive Producer/Writer

Aydrea, a former news reporter, has been a freelance writer for Nickelodeon and Hawaii Film Partners, a staff writer for Disney and currently has a feature film in post production with Highlander Films.  She has been a finalist in the AAA Creative Screenwriting Contest, and while at Disney, one of her scripts was chosen to represent the network before the Emmy Nominating Committee. Aydrea also runs the blog

Anthony Ripo, Executive Producer/Writer

Anthony is an accomplished writer with more than ten years screenwriting experience.  After completing a double Masters Degree program in English and Media Arts at Long Island University in New York in 2006, he moved to Los Angeles to begin his career in the film industry.  He is currently working at an entertainment production company and has written several feature-length scripts, webisodes, television scripts and numerous shorts.

Geoffrey Plitt, Director

Geoff's films have been featured in the St. Louis Filmmakers Showcase ("Best Editing" - SUGAR), the Chicago International Film Festival, the Feel Good Festival (Los Angeles), California's Next Gen Film Fest (Sacramento), Oregon's BendFilm Festival ("Best Short" - SUGAR), the Sidewalk Moving Picture Festival (Alabama), the Austin Film Festival, the Festivale Internacional de Cinema de Humor (Portugal), and the LA Comedy Shorts Festival.  Geoffrey attended Viewpoint School in Calabasas, and then Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, where he founded the Off the Top improv troupe, which still performs there today.  In Chicago, he directed plays, improv shows, sketch comedy, musicals and variety shows; and he taught improvisational comedy with After School Matters, the University of Chicago, and the Landmark Forum.  While in Chicago, he produced his first film, SUGAR, and was also a freelance technology entrepreneur by day.  Geoffrey now works for Google in Santa Monica and performs stand-up comedy around Los Angeles.

Susan Marie Keller, Actor

Susan only uses her middle name because someone else got there first.  She has spent most of her life in entertainment, both in a professional capacity and when people were asking her to stop...Please.  Her first professional experience was due to a communication error, as was her first appearance on the Academy Awards.  Both turned out to be great experiences, and yet somehow leave her still undiscovered.  Susan holds a Bachelors of Arts degree from UCLA, and though it hasn't proven useful, she's not letting go of it.  It's getting a little funky, actually.  She has also spent a summer studying Shakespeare in Oxford, England, is a graduate of the Second City Training Center's Conservatory Program, and continues to find out what other shenanigans she can get into.

Julie Inmon, Actor

Julie is a graduate of The Second City Training Center in Los Angeles with experience on both stage and screen.  She recently appeared in the award-winning feature film Disfigured by Glenn Gers, as well as Broken Windows with Michael Gross and Larisa Oleynik.  Her comedy credits include the rambunctious Pool Party and the illustrious cable TV show Manswers.  Julie can often be found performing musical improvisation in venues around Los Angeles.

James Calvert, Actor

James began his acting career at the ripe old age of 11, appearing with his brother as Willy and Wally Whittendale on The Jeffersons. He was then the freckle faced kid in all those 80s shows: Eight is Enough, CHiPs, Who's the Boss?, etc. Over three decades, James has starred in two series (Superboy and Deadly Games), guest starred on dozens of TV shows (from 21 Jump Street to 24),  appeared in countless Los Angeles theatres (from the Geffen Playhouse to the Pasadena Playhouse), acted in several indie movies (from Bob Rafelson's Picture Windows to Hamish McCollister's Jason's Big Problem), and most recently, has ventured into Opera (Die Lustige Witwe and Pirates of Penzance). 

Rob Kahn, Actor

Rob was last seen as Claudius in the Gangbuster Theater’s production of Hamlet. His other credits include: Speed the Plow Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Paint Your Wagon, Urinetown; The Musical, Death of a Salesman and Mourning Becomes Electra, Conquest of the South Pole, Among the Thugs, Four Clowns and a Bench, The Life and Times of Tulsa Lovechild, and Blockage.  He also played Picasso in both the Chicago and National Tour productions of Steve Martin’s Picasso at the Lapin Agile. If that weren't enough, Rob's also appeared in your living rooms on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Numb3rs, The District and Turks, and on the silver screen in National Lampoon’s Dorm Daze, Perfect Timing, Callers, Chronicles of an Exorcism, and the soon to be released The Unlikely’s.  He’s also the narrator of the unabridged audio novel The Conspiracy Club by Jonathan Kellerman. 

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Natalie Tomco
Jaime Parker
Shaelen Burroughs
Scott Narver
Donald Webber
Joe Manente
Misty Lee
Shannon Connelly
Andrew Sanchez
Jason Beeber
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Adam Majka
Mark Shoeman
John Barzelay
Richard Becker
Kevin Anderson
Jen Booth
Carrie Molina
Riza Garcia
Kurumi Uchino
Melissa Richmond
Tockeone Frazier
Amy Vreeman
Sonya DeBerry
Kathy Cavanaugh
Andrew Sanchez