Ashley Chaney is a professional actress and production veteran with roots in the Bay Area. She's worked behind the camera for giants like MTV, National Geographic and Lucasfilm. You can hear her Voice Over work on Season 6, and the upcoming Season 7, of the Emmy-Award winning show Robot Chicken.. Currently, she's working as a Production Supervisor for Paramount Pictures. Ashley will be spending the next several months honing her comedy chops at some of LA's most acclaimed improv houses. Keep your eye out for some of her skits to be released on Funny or Die.

Chrissy Mazzeo is a professional SAG/AFTRA actor and producer in the Bay Area. In between her multiple national commercial, independent film and tv projects; Chrissy spends time developing scripts, boning up on improv, and assisting elementary school kids in reaching their full performance potential. Next up: producing and starring in the independent feature film, Tony’s Money, with director Lori Petty (The Poker House, A League of Their Own) and producer Peter Quartaroli (The Poker House), featuring Clark Peters (The Wire, Treme) as Tony.

Like her character Coco Rocco, Liz Anderson is a proud San Francisco Native. Recently Liz appeared in the West Coast and New York premiere productions of Manic Pixie Dream Girl: A Graphic Novel Play, and the West coast premiere of Project Lohan. Recent TV and film credits include Trauma (NBC), Dyke Central, The Village Barbershop, Love and Taxes, and various regional and national TV and radio commercials. She is a 2011 Kevin Spacey Foundation emerging artist, and recipient of the 2012 Netflix/Women in Film Finishing Fund award for her animated film, The The Etymology of Zero, which she produced and starred in. Up next, Liz will be directing her first feature film, Thanks, I'm Super!, a dark super-hero comedy, for which she also wrote the screenplay. Ms. Anderson is a graduate of the New York University Tisch school, and The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, she has also studied with The Atlantic Theater Company, Stonestreet Studios, and Semester at Sea.

Anthony Veneziale (Party Marty) is an original producer of the Tony Award winning In the Heights, PBS' Electric Company and the SF Improv Festival. He's been in Che (dir. Steven Soderberg), Hereafter (dir. Clint Eastwood), Sex and the City and Looking (both for HBO).

Andrew Bancroft (Dave) is a member of the hip hop groups Freestyle Love Supreme and The Freeze, and his beef with UK hip-hop star Lady Sovereign was covered on Mtv’s TRL, Rolling Stone, and TIME. He was the writer and host of Revision 3’s The Digg Reel.

Art Hsu a professional SAG/AFTRA actor. Notable credits include "KCDC" in genre-bending indie film The FP and villain "Johnny Vang" in Crank: High Voltage opposite Jason Statham. [3] Other films; Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, The Girl from the Naked Eye, Balls of Fury, and Silver Case.

Ryan started his theater career with the Motherlode Performing Arts Company in Placerville California. He has performed in regional theater productions such as; The Philadelphia Story, Shear Madness, and Neil Simon’s The Odd Couple, in which he was cast as Oscar Madison. He has collaborated with director and three time, Prime-Time Emmy Award winner Walter Painter on such productions as Neil Simon’s, Biloxi Blues, in which he played the lead character Eugene Morris Jerome. Since moving to Los Angeles, he has been featured in regional and national commercials including McDonald’s, Pizza Hut, Zales, and Pepsi.