Adam Conn being an Ohio Native has blessed this little town of LA with his many talents. Or trying to anyway. You can find him working at Swordmaster Tim Weskes’ Swordplay in Burbank as a Fencing/Stage Combat instructor, party entertainer and professional sword fighter. You says you have to sit behind a desk all day. Not him. You can also find him on occasion at The Perfect Parrot in North Hollywood playing with you guessed it…..birds. So sit back, enjoy the Krazy, and bring him onto your projects because lets face it, Adam Conn is pretty awesome!
Nick Micholas, the international man of mystery (literally, he’s half British), makes his return to the web following a two year absence since the hilarious web series “Strapped” and he is stoked! You probably don’t know him as the star/editor of the recent short film “Gym Buddies” and you’ve likely never even heard of his small role in the new feature “Best of 7”, which is a shame, since it rocks. You really gotta get out more.
Trevor Anthony is an award winning actor, creator and on camera host. Best know for his role on the Emmy & Golden Globe Winning sitcom “Modern Family”, Trevor is also very proud of his role as Stew aka The Champ in the web series “Fratitude” which won Best Ensemble Cast in a Comedy during the 2014 L.A. Web Festival. From 2011 to present Trevor can also be seen rocking jumbotrons across America during Verizon IndyCar Series races as the Host for the INDYCAR Fan Village. You can find out what crazy shenanigans Trevor is up to here…
Jordan Scovel is an LA based actress, writer and producer. Her training includes The Upright Citizens Brigade (NYC), Washington Improv Theater (DC), Studio Theatre (DC), Wittenberg University, and Rana Joy Glickman in Los Angeles. In NY she was a founding member of the Bushwick Shakespeare Repertory, an all-female Shakespeare Company, as well as the Artful Conspirators a Brooklyn based theater company. She’s been working on a handful of shorts over the last year both comedy and drama all of which are intended for festivals. When she’s not acting she’s an eager home cook and baker as well as an aspiring yogi. She received her BA from Wittenberg University in Springfield, OH. She loved playing a zany character like Katie from MKE!
Judy Chen received her acting training at New York University, as well as through private coaching and has appeared in theater, film, television and commercials. Recent movie roles include projects, such as “Last Game”, currently on the festival circuit. Judy also does print modeling and has worked with Verizon Wireless, Trader Monthly Magazine, Gotham Magazine and Slate.com. In addition to writing and developing independent film projects and webseries, Judy is an active tennis player and recently got into boxing. After living in New York City, she recently made the big move to Los Angeles and is loving the weather, but not so much the traffic. She is a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Andre’ Vaughn Gibson is an actor/poet who has found his niche as an artist. Through various experiences in his journey through being raised in Atlanta Ga, then moving to New York, and now as a west coast resident as throughout last 9 years has contributed to his character building. He worships a strong belief system which falls along the lines of staying in rhythm with life is just as important as staying in rhythm as an artist.. Life is a mission of recognizing our gifts and our blessings, and always showing appreciation with the given drive to achieve more than what is expect amongst ourselves as individuals. They fall hand and hand.. Everything is a balance, and everything in life has to be compartmentalized in order for us to be an asset in our mission of existence. In regards to his current career standings, he has recently scored his first supporting role next to Eric Robert’s in a feature film titled ,”Past Due”.( check out pastduefilm.com) Lets all stay connected. Wishing nothing but the best of blessing in everyone’s life..
Leah McCormick is an actress, host, and voice-over artist. Born with a built-in flare for the dramatic and the youngest of three, she grew up in the beach communities just outside of Los Angeles, California. Leah has studied at Playhouse West, The Larry Moss Studio, and The Upright Citizens Brigade just to name a few. Her work experience ranges from acting in television, feature films, commercials and theatre, all the way to modeling and hosting. In the world of voice over, Leah has worked on diverse range of projects including commercials and both animated and live-action films. Some of her credits include the lead role of “Elizabeth Detzer” in the award winning feature film “The Opium Eater,” a recurring guest star role as “Brenda” on the television show “Real Estate Milfia,” and a series regular role as “Leah” in “Battlefield Interns,” a web series for the popular video game of the same name, produced by Stun Creative for EA. Leah currently performs with improv teams at various venues throughout Los Angeles. Actively involved with the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, a local non profit organization, she also continues to nurture her love for music through a variety of vocal performances.
Grant Lyon started his career in the vibrant San Francisco comedy scene. San Francisco Weekly described Grant as “a hilariously sharp observer, not one of those tired white-guy bellyachers.” A former collegiate soccer player, Grant decided to pursue a career on stage instead of on the field. In 2014, he won the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival beating out comedians from all over the country, and he has performed in a number of other prestigious comedy festivals including the Just for Laughs Montreal, Great American Comedy Festival, Bumbershoot Music & Arts Festival, the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and more. He has appeared on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Radio Show and is heard regularly on Sirius/XM satellite radio. As well as being a contributing writer for the Huffington Post, the short film he wrote and starred in, Interview Date, was eligible for a short film Academy Award in 2013. Funny or Die, MSN, Huffington Post, and others are among the sites that have featured Grant’s sketch videos on their home pages. He is one of the leads in the upcoming feature film Angel Investors with Jamie Kennedy, coming to theaters in late 2014.
“I like smart comedians but they can be so preachy. I like goofy comedians but they can be so dumb. I like Grant Lyon because he strikes the right balance between smart and goofy.” – On Magazine