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Chelsea Morgan – “Rachel Nolan”

Chelsea Morgan is a writer, comedian, actor and filmmaker. She’s one half of Stepdad Comedy, which is an online video sketch group in which she writes, acts, and directs the sketches. She also helped write and acted in the award winning comedy webseries Love-On-The Line, which was the Official Selection at the Hollyweb Film Festival. She played the all knowing but hilarious, self-righteous drunk, “Debby Langford.” You can see her play “Chelsea” in Drew Paslay’s award winning short film, In. She also played “Becky” the awkward, but lovable neighbor with a North Dakota accent in Hilary Bosarge’s Dialectable.

Chelsea has interned for both BuzzFeed Motion Pictures and Funny or Die and has studied improv and sketch at the Upright Citizens Brigade, Groundlings and L.A. Connection. She performs stand-up comedy all over Los Angeles and in 2014 was a stand-up finalist at Cake Batter’s Funny Women Comedy Festival at iO West.

Some would say her style is quirky, unconventional, even lovable. Others would say she’s a mix between Harrison Ford and Alf. You can follow her on the internet or just follow her home!



Bryn Woznicki – “Nicole Weinberg”

Bryn Woznicki is a writer/director/producer who sometimes acts. As a kid, between bouts of acting out, she would act in weird comedic sketches she’d write with her friends and little sister, which she filmed with her dad’s camcorder. For one of her tender middle school years, she acted professionally, booking 3 national commercials (if you look really hard online, you can find her playing a menacing bully who gets eaten by Godzilla in a Fox Kids commercial). She also did a ton of theatre, and her favorite role was “Miss Hannigan” in Annie. Leaving her dreams of acting behind in favor of a more “practical” career in directing indie film, Bryn is acquainted with a ton of talented content creators who cast her in all sorts of projects. See her as “Bryn” in Drew Paslay’s award winning film In or as “Bree” a sassy, hypersexual New Jersian in Hilary Bosarge’s Dialectable or most recently as “Gwendolyn Rush” a narcissistic, vaguely British acting instructor/legend in Nhut Le’s Stardumb. She has studied at the Acme Comedy Theatre, The Groundlings and is currently studying at UCB.



TJ McNeill – “Trevor”

TJ McNeill hails from New Jersey, where he acquired a BFA in Theatre performance with a concentration in Shakespeare. Now living in LA, TJ spends his time creating internet comedy, enjoying a career in 99 Seat Theatre, and bartending (a lifelong dream of his). He is the proud creator of the iconic and disturbing “Forbidden Disney” channel on Vine (@forbiddendisney) which coincides with it’s sister-blog on Tumblr (Forbidden Disney). A fan of music comedy, TJ enjoys conceptualizing sick and twisted musical numbers that he hope to one day share with the world. He is extremely honored and excited to be a part of this wonderful project and looks forward to it’s success. Thank you to Bryn and Chelsea for all your hard work and dedication and for your love and encouragement (and for including me in HSOTB). Also, Bailee is the best AD you could ever ask for. He wishes you all good tidings and unlimited amounts of laughter as you dredge on through this consumer’s labyrinth we are blessed to call “life”. Hit him up on twitter: @LoinStar. Don’t forget snapchat: LoinStar.




Tim Russ – “Charles”

Tim Russ was born in Washington, D.C., graduated from Izmir High School in Turkey, and received his diploma from Rome Free Academy in Rome, New York. He attended Saint Edwards University and earned a B.S. in Theater Arts, and continued his studies with a full scholarship to continue theater studies at Illinois State University. His first professional job came while he was at St. Edward’s University in Austin, when he appeared in a PBS Masterpiece Theater production. He started to pursue acting full time in 1985, and during that time he’s been on many TV shows and movies – including The Twilight Zone, 21 Jump Street, Family Matters, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, among many others.




Adam Brooks – “Cameron”

After hitting the supple, quixotic age of twenty, Adam Brooks drove a minivan from St. Louis to Los Angeles and set up camp for the ten years (and counting). A car, two bicycles, and a nothing later he found his face in a couple campy horror movies (Emett Casey’s “Well Of The Beast” and Cran Bros’ “MIllennium Bug”), singing for a now defunct rockabilly band The Fossils, and currently doing vocals/saxaphone/antics for a gothy post-punk band Egrets On Ergot.

Psychedelic experiments- pushing his own psyche and sanity to the brink of oblivion- resulted in a most lucid, grim validation of the suspected vapidity of the Hollywood entertainment industry, collectively… followed by the anticipated disillusionment and end of [audition] days for Brooks.

At present, he has found balance and involves himself with projects procured or spear-headed by those close to him, specifically figures he believes to possess prophetic characteristics of artistic divinity. Brooks also works creatively, performing A&R for a boutique music publishing house, helping to place and license fledgling writers/composers for TV, film, ads, etc.



Nadya Ginsburg – “Naomi”

Nadya has been called “the woman of a thousand voices.” Roseanne Barr calls her “brilliant”, Perez Hilton calls her a “genius” and Al Roker just says “She rules”. Most well known for her spot on impressions of Madonna and Cher, Nadya’s career as an actress/comedienne encompasses both the New York and Los Angeles stage, network television, feature film and the new world of Internet Comedy. She has been featured in The New York Times, London’s Q Magazine, Time Out Tel Aviv, The Los Angeles Times, The Village Voice, Time Out New York, Heeb Magazine, In Style Magazine and New York Magazine.





Steven Anthony Lawrence – “Steven”

Steven is perhaps best known for his recurring role as “Beans” in the hit Disney Channel Original Series Even Stevens. His other television credits include That’s So Raven, Married… with Children, ER, Frasier, and The Amanda Show, among others. He has also appeared in the feature films Cheaper by the Dozen, Kicking & Screaming, Rebound, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and a music video by Everclear. He’s also been in TV commercials that include a T-Mobile holiday commercial and an Old Spice commercial.





Mindy Sterling – “Debbie Nolan”

Mindy Sterling is an actress and comedian perhaps best known for her role as the diminutive and domineering Frau Farbissina in the Austin Powers franchise. Mindy has been a member of the Groundlings since 1984 and has acted in countless film, television and voice-over roles including iCarly, Desperate Housewives, Extreme Movie and Legit.





Clayton Snyder – “Ernest”

Clayton is from Long Beach, California. Clayton kept a busy childhood, playing sport, instruments and dabbling in theatre. In middle school, he landed the recurring role of Ethan Craft in the Disney series Lizzie McGuire. He would miss his freshman water polo season at Los Alamitos High School to film The Lizzie McGuire Movie in Rome, Italy and Vancouver, Canada. It was then he decided to put acting on hold and pursue his academic and athletic careers.

Clayton attended Pepperdine University with a water polo scholarship and started all four years and as captain his junior and senior year. He graduated with honors with a BA in Film Studies. Clayton now continues his acting career working on various projects under the representation of Strong Management.



Debra Wilson – “Angel”

Debra Wilson is known for being the longest-serving original cast member on the sketch comedy series MADtv, having appeared for the show’s first eight seasons. She has also done voice work for various productions including Avatar, American Dad!, Family Guy, Hoodwinked Too! Hood vs. Evil, The Proud Family, and The Boondocks. She’s a deeply spiritual person and even does spiritual counseling and life coaching, motivational speaking, and massage therapy. She volunteers with a number of nonprofit organizations and charities and has been doing so for over 16 years. Wilson sees her spirituality as a responsibility to the world and all living beings in it.





Rachel Rosenbloom – “Jessica”

Rachel Rosenbloom is an actor/writer currently living in Los Angeles, CA. After graduating from Emerson College with a degree in Acting, Theatre Education & Dance, Rachel packed up and headed west. She has studied with cARTel (collaborative Arts LA), Upright Citizens Brigade and John Rosenfeld Studios. Past credits include Criminal Minds (CBS), Post-Grad (her co-created web series) and various commercials.





David Lengel – “Richard ‘Goo’ Goux”

A proud native of Queens, David went on to attend the famed High School for Performing Arts and NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts where he studied at the Stella Adler Studio. He feels blessed to be able to live the life of an actor in Los Angeles. TV credits include “House of Lies,” “Scorpion,” “Grace & Frankie,” “Ray Donovan,” “Togetherness,” “Dexter,” “Parenthood,” and “Masters of Sex.” Film credits include Casting Couch and Bald.



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