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  1. Lance KrallLance Krall

    After getting his BA in Film and Theater at Georgia State University, Krall helped found The Whole World Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. From 1993-2000, Krall got in his acting and comedy chops performing in, and directing, hundreds of improv shows and scripted plays.

    In late 2000, Krall moved to Los Angeles and was quickly cast as a series regular on Steve Martin's variety show, "The Downer Channel," for NBC. After a disappointing four episode run, Lance took it upon himself, just as an experiment, to shoot his own sketch comedy show. With the help of his old troupe in Atlanta, Krall shot a thirty minute pilot. After Lance's memorable portrayal as Kip in the reality show parody, "The Joe Schmo Show," the executives at Spike TV greenlit "The Lance Krall Show."

  2. Sarah BakerSarah Baker

    Sarah Baker was born in Washington, D.C and raised in Springfield, Virginia. After graduating from James Madison University with a double major in Theatre and English, she headed to Atlanta, Georgia, where she was a main stage performer and teacher at Whole World Theatre. Her previous television and film credits include "The Lance Krall Show" and "Sweet Home Alabama." She currently resides in Los Angeles where she performs improv and sketch comedy.

  3. Anna VocinoAnna Vocino

    Anna Vocino hails from the Washington, DC area, and is excited to be working with Lance Krall yet again. The two were founding members of Atlanta's Whole World Theatre and have worked on projects for film and television together, most notably SpikeTV's "The Lance Krall Show." Anna currently resides in Los Angeles and stays busy with voice over, improv, film, and television work.

  4. Brian HuskeyBrian Huskey

    Brian Huskey originally hails from North Carolina, birthplace of Thelonius Monk and vinegar based barbeque. Brian honed his improv and performing skills at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater where he formed his sketch and improv group Naked Babies, with whom he still performs. He has graced the VH1 airways before as a regular "pundit" on "Best Week Ever," appeared on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien," "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart," Comedy Central's "Crossballs," and has been in such films as "Superbad," the soon to be released "Semi Pro" and "Starship Dave." He has been known to shill the occasional flavored tea or cheesecake bite for Sonic Drive In... America's Drive In, people! He can also be seen on the CBS internet web-series, "Big Shot Live" coming sometime soon.