Erin Nicole Bounds is an actor, writer, producer, and comedian raised in Denver Colorado, and based in Los Angeles California. She has performed stand-up at the Silver Lake Comedy Fest by Comic Cure, Pride Fest, Laugh Riot Girl Fest, Chicago Funny Women’s Fest, Palm Springs International Comedy Fest, and performs at the World Famous Comedy Store from time to time.
Erin has also performed at comedy venues such as Second City, UCB, Lyric Hyperion and The Clubhouse. One of her biggest accomplishments to date is using her “foot in the door to anything you want to do” BA degree in Communication from CU Denver to pursue her passion for comedy. She performs once a month as a go-go dancer on the monthly show, Sketch that Tune, and with her House Sketch Team, Detention, at the Pack Theater. Her senior year high school year-book quote “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer” are words she still lives by. IG @ boundsyyy
Jillian Dunn discovered improv/sketch at the Relapse Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia. She got the itch to move to LA and continued her comedy training at UCB, Second City, Pack Theater and Groundlings. You can see her perform monthly with Parker Posey and Gefilte Phish at UCB (improv) and Turncoat at the Pack Theater (sketch). TV credits include: E!, SpikeTV, MTV, A&E, and TruTV.
Will Hagle is a writer on The Pack’s house sketch team Detention. He’s also a co-founder of media empire In The Points and a staff writer for Passion of the Weiss. He co-hosts a podcast called Live From The Red Lion, hosts another podcast called Willapedia, and has never been asked to be a guest on any other podcast. He performs comedy and music with the group Giardiniera. He also trains dogs and is the CEO of UndisputedClassics.com.
Carli Lind is very humble to represent one of The Packs new house sketch teams, DETENTION as a performer and occasional writer…She loves to sing and dance and at 5ft nothing should really be doing children’s theatre instead. All around training is rooted in Shakespeare/Elizabethan verse, film studies, directing and stage managing. As of current, Carli is focusing on character and improv work at The Groundlings but truly prefers to perform one act musicals of Chicago, Hairspray or the greatest hits of Janis Joplin on command. Special skills include walking on hands, baby voices and badass hair braiding. Please contact for any information regarding voice over inquiries (commercial or cartoon). Also, is attempting to stay off the grid when it comes to social media but trying her best to keep up with the number hungry times. Self represented and self motivated. Still dreaming of being a rockstar, but clowns are groovy too. Peace and Love!!!
Dylan McGrath is a writer and performer from Pennsauken, NJ. He has a doctorate in metaphysics and a degree in Theater and Comedy. While in college he produced 100 episodes of the campus game show, and was on the short form improv show. He has studied sketch and improv at Upright Citizens Brigade, The Pack Theater, William Paterson University. His biggest inspiration is 2 Chainz.
“Will Morgan is like The Pythagorean Theorem, he will never be solved.”
Represented by ACUITY Management
Commercial representation BBR
Visit thewillmorgan.com for any yoyo or deadly combat related inquiries.
Jasper Sams grew up in Madison County, Georgia. After a stint in women’s college and a part in the film V/H/S, she moved to LA and studied with UCB and Second City and The Pack. She’s a member of the Pack sketch team “Detention.” Commercial campaigns include Credit Karma, Microsoft, 5 Hour Energy, Qualcomm, and various Buzzfeed pieces. Voiceover campaigns include Purina and Polk Audio. Jas’s favorite things are:
1. Jock Jams Vol. 2
2. Boys in sweaters
3. Requesting “Headsprung” by LL Cool J in dimly lit bars and then telling drunk people she’s Twilight Zone Ellie Kemper.
She is repped commercially by Firestarter Entertainment and managed by Maxwell Garafolo. Check out her website at www.jasper-sams.com and follow her on twitter and Instagram – @jasper_sams
Michael Skarsten is a boy-man who comes from the hot streets of Phoenix, Arizona. He performs weekly on Monday nights with the improv team Fussy and monthly with the sketch comedy group Detention. Michael is also a member of Dawson’s Queef which performed at the IFC Showcase in the SF Sketchfest. In addition to performing at the Pack, Mike likes getting down with the boys in Sad Boys Club – a support group/improv comedy trifecta that answers the questions, “Are you sad?”
Contact Michael’s Mom at 480-643-9683 for any booking inquiries.
Jake Slesinski is a writer on The Pack’s house sketch team Detention. He’s also co-host of the podcast Live From The Red Lion. Before moving to Los Angeles, he completed the sketch and improv programs at Second City Chicago, and took a couple of classes at iO Chicago. His two main comedic goals are to make it to the top of World Star Hip Hop and to become the first Venmo comedian.
Neha Talreja is a writer and stand-up from Oakland, CA. She’s trained at UCB, iO West, and the Pack. Neha is part of Browntourage—a collective media agency dedicated to supporting the work of diverse culture makers that has been featured in Refinery29, The Creator’s Project, and more. Her humor, arts & culture takes have been featured in SF Weekly, KQEDPop, and the Village Voice. She recently wrote a web series for some teen influencers but they still haven’t followed her back on social media. She currently writes for the Pack’s house sketch team Detention and performs stand-up all over LA & the Bay Area.
Alex Vaughan grew up in Washington DC, but abandoned half-smoke hotdogs for Los Angeles tacos too quickly for you to trust him or anything he says. See him perform with Detention every second Sunday of the month!
Alex is also a proud member of The Collaborative, a multimedia repertory company of artists in Sherman Oaks, CA that connects actors hungry to produce their own projects and forge their own path through Hollywood.
Hit him up at thealexvaughan.com or your nearest taco truck.
Management: Acuity Artists
Commercial: Osbrink Agency
Sam Weller is a writer, comedian, and piano man originally from St. Louis, MO who performs regularly at The Pack Theater in Los Angeles, and you can catch him online making appearances on Project Alpha live streams with Dick & Johnson. Recently, he and his wife’s comedy pilot “Fucking Robots” was a finalist at the 2017 Austin Film Festival in the sitcom category, and won the 2017 Script Pipeline Great TV Show Idea contest — which they were also finalists in the Script Pipeline Screenwriting Competition for Television. He also wrote and produced a comedy/horror short, “Parser”, which was a selection of the 2016 Arizona Underground Film Festival.
Sam also has 7 years of new media experience and content strategy, serving as Director of Audience Development for Bent Pixels, a major multi-channel YouTube network & digital services company. He’s worked with brands like Super Deluxe, Participant Media, Mattel, Live Nation, and Kevin Hart’s Hartbeat Productions. He’s also produced hundreds of podcasts and hosted extensively for CRAVE Online, Whiskey Media, and Whalerock Industries.
You can follow him on Twitter @CraveSam and don’t worry about conversation starters, he has ones about anime and pro wrestling all ready to go for you! Also, musicals… he did musical theatre for a long time but couldn’t find a way to weave into his above narrative. Which is odd, considering he leads with being a writer. You know what? Ask him why he didn’t do that at firstname.lastname@example.org.