Paget Brewster has appeared on television in Criminal Minds, Huff, Friends, and Andy Richter Controls the Universe, among other programs, and lent her voice talents to American Dad, Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, and Working Class Hero.
Paul F. Tompkins
Paul F. Tompkins has appeared on Mr. Show, Best Week Ever, the LA Complex, as well as all podcasts ever created and several Comedy Central stand-up specials which bear his name.
Marc Evan Jackson
A Detroit native, Marc Evan Jackson has appeared on television in Funny Or Die Presents Brick Novax's Diary, Key and Peele, Psych, Workaholics, Comedy Central's Mash Up and Baller, among others. In film, you've seen him in Drones, and Toy's House.
Generally regarded as the go-to guy at Second City Los Angeles, Mark Gagliardi has appeared on television in such programs as How I Met Your Mother, Ghost Whisperer: The Other Side, I'm in the Band, the LA Complex, and more. You also know him from the viral video success, Drunk History.
Busy Philipps came to TV viewers' attention with early roles as Kim Kelly on Freaks & Geeks and Audrey Liddell on Dawson's Creek. She went on to co-star on TV in Love, Inc., ER, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, among others, and on film in I Don't Know How She Does It and He's Just Not That Into You. She currently co-stars as Laurie Keller in Cougar Town.
Having made a splash in her breakthrough role as Taylor Townshend on The O.C., Autumn Reeser has gone on to more scene-stealing roles on television, including a memorable run on Entourage and recurring roles in No Ordinary Family and Hawaii 5-0. She currently co-stars in Last Resort.
Craig Cackowski performs in regular shows in Los Angeles at Second City, IO West, and UCB. His television appearances include Arrested Development, Workaholics, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and a recurring role as "Officer Cackowski" on Community.
Trained in dance, theater, Second City sketch and improvisation, and combat, Annie Savage has appeared on Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior and numerous times on TBS's Conan.
A Philadelphia native, Hal Lublin has been performing sketch comedy and improvisation for over fifteen years, with such venerated institutions as Second City, the Groundlings, and Westside Eclectic. He is featured in a series of web ads for Symantec as "Hal, The IT Admin." His website is at www.hallublin.com
A celebrated stage actor, James Urbaniak has appeared in countless television and film productions as well, including his performance as Robert Crumb in American Splendor, Dr. Venture in The Venture Brothers, and appearances in Unforgettable, Metalocalypse, the Office, and many more. His web-series, Topic A with James Urbaniak, can be found on his website.
John DiMaggio brings life to literally hundreds of animated voices on television and in the movies. He is most recognized for his portrayals of Bender on television's Futurama and Fenix in the video game Gears of War.
A Boston native, John Ennis is an accomplished sketch and improv performer. He has appeared on such shows as Mr. Show, Malcolm in the Middle, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, the Sarah Silverman Program, and more.
Aaron Ginsburg (Director)
As a director, Aaron Ginsburg brings polish, warmth, and humor to the Thrilling Adventure Hour. In his real job as a television scribe, he has written for the Good Guys, the Finder, and Do No Harm and produced the TV movie Burn Notice: the Fall of Sam Axe.
Andy Paley (Musical director)
Andy Paley is a noted songwriter, record producer, and musician whose work includes producing records for such noted musicians as Madonna, the Ramones, Jonathan Richman, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Brian Wilson.
(Asst. Music Director)
Jonathan Dinerstein has composed music for award-winning feature and short films, national television broadcasts, and diverse other projects. Recent credits include scores for the Broadway backstage documentary feature The Standbys, the film Drones, the Emmy Award-winning web series Satacracy 88, and several national TV commercials..