Kimberly Young is an actor, comedian, writer, and producer based in Los Angeles. She is a founding member of The Movement Theatre Company of NYC, where she co-wrote and co-produced Hope Speaks for multiple regional theater tours- including the National Black Theatre Festival and the Baltimore Museum of Art.
She has performed on many Off-Broadway Stages and appeared on the silver screen at Sundance Film Festival 2010. She has pushed the boundaries on subject matters involving race and gender with her all female NYC Comedy Improv Team: Affirmative Action, featured at the Del Close Marathon 2014.
Kimberly is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, receiving a B.F.A in Drama. She has since been awarded the diversity scholarship at Upright Citizen’s Brigade, develops multi-platform content with Park Haven Production Co, and continues to share her unique perspective performing stand-up and writing sketch comedy through out New York City, Los Angeles, and the World Wide Web.
Lauren Besser is a writer and actor who performs with Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre team, Southpaw. She is a co-creator/writer of the series WOMYN INC and co-hosts The Real Housewives of Bohemia podcast.
Lauren is trained in improv and comedy writing by UCBNY, iOChicago and The PIT. She has appeared on The Bozo Show (1984), Suddenly Susan (2000), Prada's Spring/Summer runway (2013), Impractical Jokers (2015) and lots of online sketches.
Lauren was once the youngest elected state president in the history of the National Organization for Women, one of the founding members of NOW's Young Feminist Taskforce and a winning city council campaign manager. She is a graduate of the creative writing program at the University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Lauren now lives in Brooklyn, but she's from downtown Chicago. She organizes Playdate Comedy, clowns around in Lester & Toots and performs with improv team Open Relationship. Her favorite things are walking and manners. She's a scorpio.
Nate Gill is an American actor and Model best known for his work on ABC Revenge. Born April 3 1989 in San Francisco, Nate took up musical theater and sports at a young age. After playing water Polo in college he started his professional Modeling carrier at 19 when he moved to NYC. Working for many high fashion brands he's most recently known for being the face of Tommy Hilfiger and his role on ABC'S Manhattan Love Story.
Sharron Paul is a NYC-based actress, comedian, and producer. She co-hosts the long-running *CHEAP DATE* comedy show, which was deemed “One of the best things to do in Brooklyn” by TimeOut New York. She’s performed at the Brooklyn Comedy Festival and NYC Podfest. Sharron has appeared on ABC, MTV, and A&E as well as a number of popular sketches and music videos. She was named "One of the funniest women on Twitter" by the Huffington Post. She is a writer for Lady Parts Justice.
Jourdan Guyton is a Hawaii native actress living in the big city. Guyton graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in Communications. After working in production for a few years for a syndicated talk show, Guyton decided to follow her passion and pursue acting full time. The rest is history!
Jared Prudoff Smith
Jared P-Smith first took an acting class as a senior at William and Mary because 3 hours of stretching acting with a bunch of women and sounded like a great way to spend mornings my senior year. After falling in love with the craft he has been pursuing it ever since, while garnering plenty of life experience first as a teacher, then model and bartender and now coaching crossfit while pursuing his dream of acting. He has spent the last three years studying with Deena Levy and has worked on several web series and new media productions recently. He is represented by Bloc NYC in NY and managed by BAC Talent.
Godfrey Taylor Jr
Godfrey Taylor, Jr. was born on December 13th, 1989 in Queens, New York. Godfrey is the middle of three child of Pastor Godfrey Taylor Sr. and Reverend Rosina Taylor. Growing up in Hollis Queens didn’t necessarily point in the direction of acting or the arts, however the wisdom of his parents made way for him and his siblings to be exposed to a variety of opportunities.
At age nine Godfrey attended his first Broadway musical “The Phantom Of The Opera” By age fourteen he’d seen The Phantom twice, “Les Miserable” twice “Smokey Joe’s Café” twice and “Fiddler on the roof” It’s safe to say that he was bitten and poisoned by the acting bug. In an effort to pursue his dreams of acting and follow in his elder sister’s footsteps Godfrey applied to Fiorello Laguardia high school of the performing arts. Unfortunately his nerves and lack of formal training got the best of him and was not accepted.
Godfrey ended up attending Information Technology High school in Long Island City where he was apart of the first graduating class. He was accepted into the New England School of Communications, Majoring in Video and Film production. During his time away at school he’d direct, screen write and edit many short films, music videos and even a feature length Stephen King adaptation. By the time he graduated the acting bug would strike again and he’d head back home to New York City with new motivation, valuable experience and new levels of maturity.
Since returning to New York City Godfrey Taylor Jr. has been casted as lead in the upcoming feature length suspense thriller “The Last Train Home” He’s provided the principal voice over for Houston Texan’s running back Arian Foster’s poetic adaptation “Where We Dwell” and many more film and Web productions. Godfrey Taylor Jr. currently resided in New York City still working tirelessly to live the same magical experience he was exposed to for the first time at nine years old.