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.
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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.
Danny Breen is a Second City alum, a three-time Emmy Award winner, produced “The Wayne Brady Show,” “The Ellen Degeneres Show,” and “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” He’s been in “Seinfeld,” and was in the cast of “Not Necessarily the News” for eight seasons.
Damien Fahey is a host on Hulu’s “The Morning After,” replaced Carson Daley on “Total Request Live,” was a host on “I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!”
Henry Phillips. Henry has appeared on Comedy Central, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”, and “Comedy Bang Bang.” He wrote and produced the semi-autobiographical film “Punching the Clown,” which won the Slamdance Audience Award. “Punching the Clown” is available on Netflix.
Dan O’Connor is the co-founder of Impro Theater, co-created NBC’s “World Cup Comedy,” was seen on “Seinfeld,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” and “The Tonight Show.” He was a writer for “The Wayne Brady Show,” and has taught actors in Cirque du Soleil.
Our 100th “ADD Comedy with Dave Razowsky and Ian Foley” interview is Nia Vardalos. Nia is an Academy Award-nominated screenwriter for her breakout film “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” the screenwriter for the films and starring roles in “My Life in Ruins,” “I Hate Valentine’s Day” (which she also directed), and “Connie and Carla,” co-starring Toni Colette. With Tom Hanks Nia co-wrote “Larry Crowne.” She can be seen in “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.”
Jeffrey Sweet. Jeffrey is a playwright whose works have been produced around the world, and have featured such actors as Nathan Lane, Jack Klugman, William Peterson, Shelley Berman, and scores more. His classic book Something Wonderful Right Away is an oral history of Second City and The Compass Players, and has been mentioned by Charna Halpern and Mick Napier as inspiring them to open up their theaters. On location in New York City.