Cast + Crew
Writer / Danny Carter
Jimmy has been involved in television and internet comedies such as CBS’s “2 Broke Girl$”, HBO’s The Comeback, The Joe Schmo Show, CollegeHumor Originals, and Jimmy Kimmel Live!. He most recently was a staff writer on a pilot for MTV2. Other writing credits include the punch up for the ABC Family television pilot, Phys Ed. His theater credits include the premiere of the comedy “Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson”, the 2014 CBS Diversity Sketch Showcase, and currently he can be seen performing live sketch and improv at The Groundlings, UCB, and Second City LA. He is an alum of the Sunday Company at The Groundlings theater where he teaches improv.
Director / Cashew
Jordan has been a series regular on several shows including Punk’d and Halfway Home. His voice has been heard on South Park and The Cleveland Show and he’s been seen and heard on Arrested Development, Family Tree, Community, Key & Peele, 2 Broke Girls, How I Met Your Mother, The Tonight Show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and dozens more. He has appeared in several films including Christopher Guest’s For Your Consideration. Jordan’s writing credits include Saturday Night Live and many others. Jordan is an alum of the Groundlings Theatre Company and creator of the hit improv show The Black Version.
Lynne appeared on Broadway in the The Pee-wee Herman Show where she reprised her role as Miss Yvonne, whom she played on the TV series and in the original stage production at the Groundlings Theater in Los Angeles. She has also worked with Tracy Ullman in both of her series Tracy Takes On…for HBO and State of the Union for Showtime. Lynne recently guest-starred in Austin and Ally and Good Luck Charlie for the Disney Channel. Currently she can be seen as Charlie’s Mom in It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia on FXX and Funny or Die’s Parent News with Fred Willard. Lynne also has appeared on IFC’s Comedy Bang Bang as Scott Aukerman’s mother, with Dave Thomas and Zach Galifianakis. She is proud to have had parts in two groundbreaking films American Graffiti and Bridesmaids.
Drew is best known for his online videos playing Chloe Sevigny, featured in Entertainment Weekly, The Advocate, OUT, New York Times, Huffington Post, and New York Post. His recent television credits include “Married”, “Comedy Bang! Bang!”, “Drunk History”, “Chozen”, “Sean Saves The World”, “NTSF: SD: SUV”, “Happy Endings”, “New Girl”, and “Key & Peele”. He’s an alum of The Groundlings and UCB, and performs all over LA.
Brian Jordan Alvarez
Brian Jordan Alvarez is an actor and creator. He’s been on Hot in Cleveland, the CBS sitcom Life in Pieces, and has a great role in the upcoming feature film, “The Happys” among other things. He runs a thriving YouTube channel with videos like, “What actually happens when gay guys see other gay guys and straight people aren’t around”. He also appears in a Sparkle Paper Towel commercial that won’t stop airing.
Nick Adams most recently starred as Fiyero in the First National Touring production of the Broadway phenomenon Wicked. Most notably, he originated and starred as Adam/Felicia in the Tony winning, Bette Midler produced, Broadway musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Other credits include La Cage Aux Folles, The Pirate Queen, and Dee Does Broadway. He received his BFA from Boston Conservatory.
The loveable Southern comic, Fortune Feimster, moved to Los Angeles in 2003 to pursue comedy after graduating Summa Cum Laude from Peace College in North Carolina. Best known for working on Chelsea Lately, her standup was also featured on HBO Canada’s “Funny As Hell” and she’ll be appearing in an upcoming episode of Comedy Central’s storytelling show “This Is Not Happening.” She can currently be seen in the Jim Belushi movie, “The Secret Lives of Dorks,” which was just released in theaters.
Navaris is one the many distinguished Sunday Company alumni. His credits include an online AARP commercial with Betty White and a fun turn as a hairstylist on 2 BROKE GIRLS. Keep an eye out for him in two upcoming web series: PLATONIC and MY 2 BLACK GIRLFRIENDS.
You may have seen Karen in the film The Campaign with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis. If you prefer TV, you may have seen her in Arrested Development, Two Broke Girls, The Neighbors, Raising Hope, and Good Luck Charlie. If you prefer reruns, catch her on Who’s Line Is It Anyway?, The Ghost Whisperer, and the Jamie Foxx show. She can also be heard on The Simpsons, Family Guy, and American Dad. Karen is currently a member of the directing faculty at the American Film Institute.
John Suazo caught the acting bug at age 10 and quickly gained notoriety as a child actor. His very first audition ever landed him a role in the CBS pilot The Magnificent Seven and he became known for his regular work in educational programming and commercials. He left the acting scene for nearly a decade after graduating high school to serve in the military. He discharged and moved to LA in late 2011 to build his resume now as an adult with a renewed appreciation for his acting career and dedication to his craft.
Jake was born and raised in New England. He graduated from Boston University where he studied Economics and Political Science. He was a cast member of the 2014 in the CBS Diversity Showcase.
Heather Morris is an actress, dancer, and singer. She is best known for her role as Brittany Pierce on the FOX musical comedy series, Glee. Heather was a fan of Go-Go Boy Interrupted Season 1, and tweeted about her desire to be in Season 2. This ignited an army of her loyal followers to make it happen.
Jazz the Makeup Girl
Jessica Perlman is not only a trained improvisor/comedic and dramatic actress, she is also an amazing makeup artist. Her talent and skills as a makeup artist helped us make Season 1 a success, but you can find her in front of the camera in Season 2.
Tom’s TV Credits include: Spy (ABC Pilot), Austin & Ally, Jimmy Kimmel Live, & Marvin Marvin. He’s also been the host & head-writer for Screen Addict and The Best Movie List on the Youtube Channel Cinefix. Tom received his BA from UCLA’S School of Theater, Film & Television. He’s a proud member of the sketch comedy group BIG BOSS and the Dungeons & Dragons podcast CRIT JUICE. He also performs improv regularly with groups like Dragon Dragon Dinosaur and Hospital Fight. Tom was born and raised in sunny San Diego, California where he spent most of his days playing “Sonic the Hedgehog 2.”