1. Stevie moved to Los Angeles at age 19 and started working in commercials and print. A few years later she started producing her own online videos from her apartment and posted them on Youtube for viewers to enjoy. The YouTube audience took...  Read More

  2. Amy Phillips is an actress, stand-up comedian, improviser and voiceover artist based in Los Angeles. She performed at the iO Theater in Chicago with the Harold team Hindenburg, musical improv group The DelTones and weekly comedy news show Big News....  Read More

  3. Growing up, Lance's love of comedy blossomed as he watched shows like In Living Color, Saturday Night Live, and (secretly watched) Def Comedy. Though not the best student, Lance happily used his sense of humor to entertain his class mates. With his...  Read More

  4. Nika Williams moved all the way from Miami to Hollywood to join the Groundlings School where she studied improv. Soon Nika was not only known for being tall, but her comedic timing and ballsy performances. She went on to co-star on shows such as CSI...  Read More

  5. Actress, writer, comedian, Nicol Paone is an alumnus of the prestigious Groundlings Sunday Company, who spent three seasons on Rosie O'Donnell's cult hit, "The Big Gay Sketch Show." Described as a "character goddess" by Variety, Nicol has recurred...  Read More