1. After getting his BA in Film and Theater at Georgia State University, Lance helped found The Whole World Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. From 1993-2000, Lance got his acting and comedy chops performing in, and directing, hundreds of improv shows and scripted plays. In late 2000, Lance moved to Los Angeles and was cast as a series regular on Steve Martin's variety show, "The Downer Channel," for NBC. Learning from that experience, Lance decided to begin shooting and producing his own shows. As an experiment, Lance shot his own sketch comedy show with the help of his old troupe from Atlanta, and after his memorable portrayal as Kip in the reality show parody, "The Joe Schmo Show," the executives at Spike TV greenlit "The Lance Krall Show." Lance has also appeared is several episodes of Monk, and as Sensei Ira on The Office. Lance continues to blaze his own path with Free Radio, in which he serves as Executive Producer, creating each show from conception to the edit room.

  2. Anna Vocino was born and raised in Virginia, where things make sense. While attending Emory University, she co-founded the Whole World Theatre in Atlanta, GA, where she did improv for over 8 years with Lance Krall. After making the move to Los Angeles, Anna trained at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and performed in the 2007 and 2008 Del Close Marathons. A couple of years ago, Lance invited Anna to do a regular stint on "The Lance Krall Show" for SpikeTV. Also working regularly in voice over, Anna's voice can be heard on "Celebrity Death Match," "Dawn of War 2," "Infamous," "Dead or Alive: Ultimate," "Splinter Cell: Double Agent," "The Grey's Anatomy Video Game" (what?), "The Young & The Restless," several Disney DVDs, hundreds of those computer operated corporate phone systems that never let you talk to a live person, and commercials for Mutual of Omaha, Ford, Playtex, Clorox, Starz Network, Target, Capital One, and Canada Dry.

  3. Brian HuskeyBrian Huskey

    Brian Huskey originally hails from North Carolina, birthplace of Thelonius Monk and vinegar based bar-q-que. Brian honed his improv and performing skills at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater where he still performs regularly in numerous shows. 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," CBS's "Worst Week", and has been in such films as "Superbad," "Semi Pro", "Step Brothers" and "Meet Dave".

  4. Gerry BednobGerry Bednob

    A self-described "class clown" in school, Trinidad born comic of East Indian heritage, Gerry Bednob graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in Sociology. He worked as a high school counselor until he decided to try out open mic night at Yuk Yuk's. His initial fear of bombing on stage resulted in huge laughs from the crowd and got him an invite to come back from the owner of the club. "You can be a class clown or be the guy who's funny at parties but that doesn't necessarily translate to the stage. It's all about timing, and luckily I learned a thing or two." Gerry honed his timing and skill for 2 years in Toronto before deciding to make the move to Los Angeles. The move paid off as he finished 2nd in the LA Comedy Contest and followed that up with being the first first-time comic to open a late night show when he appeared on The Merv Griffin Show. He became relatively well known on the comedy club circuit performing throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe. He made appearances on The Wonder Years and Encino Man before winning the 1993 Star Search International Stand-Up Competition. It was as a comic where he met writer/director Judd Apatow and was cast as Mr. Burundi on the Fox television show, Undeclared. This relationship led to Gerry's breakthrough role as Mooj in the smash hit, The 40 Year-Old Virgin. He would follow up on the success of this with numerous roles in film and TV including Witless Protection with Larry the Cable Guy, and Walk Hard with Jenna Fischer and John C. Reilly.

  5. Sarah BakerSarah Baker

    Sarah Baker was born in Washington, D.C and raised in Springfield, Virginia. After graduating from James Madison University in Virginia, she headed to Atlanta, Georgia, where she was a main stage performer and teacher at Whole World Theatre. She currently resides in Los Angeles where she performs improv and sketch comedy as a member of the Groundlings Sunday Company. Her credits include "In the Motherhood," "Kath and Kim," "The Lance Krall Show," and "Sweet Home Alabama."