Frangela is Frances Callier and Angela Shelton. They’re best friends who have done their “Idiot of the Week” podcast, they’re “Pop Cultural Pundits” on NBC’s The Today Show and Dateline, Fox’s “Mike and Juliet Show,” CNN’s “Showbiz Tonight” and “Headline News,” and Fox News’s “Red Eye” and “The Big Story,” MSN’s “The Big Debate,” and are regular contributors on NPR’s “Day to Day” and “Off Ramp.”
Matt Jones is presently on “Mom” on CBS, he was Badger on “Breaking Bad,” he’s been in “The Office,” “NCIS,” “CSI.” Matt is currently in “Cooties,” which premiered at Sundance. Matt performed at Boom Chicago in Amsterdam, and performs regularly with Dave Hill in “Hill and Jones” at iO West.
Al Rose is a singer, a songwriter, an artist, a businessman, a poet, and one of Dave’s dearest friends. Al’s produced and recorded six albums, and has opened for Suzanne Vega, Leon Russel and David Bromberg. Al and Rhonda Welbel are the artistic owners of Kopi Cafe in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood. On location in Chicago.
Richard Laible is a corporate entertainer, a trade show host, a master of ceremonies who has lead sales meetings for TV Guide, GTE, Mattel, IBM, Microsoft, Coca Cola, The Chicago Cubs, and dozens more. He was also a host for The Chicago Emmy Awards. On location from Chicago.
Legend Sheldon Patinkin was a producer and writer for SCTV, a member of the Playwrights Theatre Club, The Compass Players, The Second City as a director, and now as an Artistic Consultant. Sheldon was the chairman of the theater department at Columbia College, and is a major influence and inspiration to The Steppenwolf Theatre Company. On location in Chicago.
Mark Sutton is an improvisor, a teacher, and a director, and a founding member of The Annoyance Theater. Mark was the Artistic Director of The Chicago Improv Festival, and has performed in countless improv festivals and venues nationally and internationally in the award-winning comedy BASSPROV with Joe Bill. On location in Chicago.
Kate Flannery played Meredith Palmer in “The Office.” Kate’s also half of “The Lampshades,” a live lounge act she does with Scot Robinson. Kate’s heading to Sundance for the premier of “Cooties,” where she plays Elijah Wood’s mom.
Brendan Hunt is known for his work on We’re the Millers, The American Bickman Burger, and Call of Duty: Finest Hour.
Ken Hudson Campbell has been in “Armeggedon,” “Home Alone,” “Groundhog’s Day,” “Herman’s Head,” and dozens of commercial and animation voice overs. He’s also an alum of Chicago’s Second City, and has worked with Bob Odenkirk, Larry David, Steve Carell and Stephen Colbert.
Andy Cobb is a Second City alumni, who has made a name for himself is a satirist whose work has been seen on CNN, MSNBC, FOX News, Comedy Central, and many more. Andy’s videos have been seen over 25 million times online. He’s about to start filming the documentary “Welcome to Fort McMoney,” exposing the environmental impact of tar sands mining in Alberta, Canada.