Danielle Agnello

Danielle’s career in the arts began when she moved to Los Angeles and co-directed/produced the indie feature, Lime Salted Love, which aired on Showtime’s The Movie Channel in 2013. She later made Cowboys and Indians: The Great Diversion, a short film that was featured on Crooks and Liars.

Her most recent work is a video project based on an interview she did with Professor Noam Chomsky, Noam Chomsky and the Invincible Sound of Listening, which is currently featured on Huffington Post. Misogyny’s Whore, Danielle’s next feature film, is centered around themes of redemption.

At The Pack, Danielle performs Monday nights with her improv teams Fussy and Belligerent, and the 2nd Wednesday of every month at TPT Sketch Night with her sketch comedy team Buckshot.

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Michael Bilow

Michael Bilow started studying at the Miles Stroth Workshop in 2011, and has studied sketch and improv with Miles, Emily, Brian, Heather, Eric, and Sam. At the Pack, Michael co-hosts the late-night call-in show Dark Matters with Franky Guttman. He improvises with Fussy on Rude Mondays, and was a founding performer on Long Hard Tuesdays. Michael has also studied sketch and improv at iO West and UCB. Outside of the Pack, Michael performs with Eileen O’Connell, Jinny Chung, and Hunter Altman as Pew Pew Pachoo, and he is pursuing a doctorate in computational genetics at UCLA.

Dominique Johnson

Dominique Johnson is a writer, improviser, standup, actor, and bon vivant. You can see him Every third Wednesday performing with his sketch team Haymaker and probably a bunch of other stuff any given week!  He wrote and starred in the web series Mustache Murder, hit short play Whatshername. He does voices for AOK videos, You can see him with much more famous people in ABC Digital series Boondoggle and the Reggie Watts episode of IMDb.com’s series Unmade. The mustache is real…and it’s spectacular!

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Eileen Mary O’Connell

Eileen is a writer, performer and podcaster living in Los Angeles. Originally from Chicago, she got her start in comedy as a member of the Second City Teen Ensemble in 2002. She moved to LA to attend Loyola Marymount University and by the time graduation rolled around, she was too in love with the city (re: The weather) to ever leave. Plus it was the height of the frozen yogurt boom. I mean, come on.

She’s a proud member of the inimitable Pew Pew Pachoo (a former Pack house team). Outside of the Pack, her team Murder Murder co-hosts the monthly show/cocktail party, “A Lovely Night of Murder!” at the Clubhouse. She’s also a writer, performer, and segment producer for Top Story! Weekly at iO West. Offstage, Eileen co-hosts Skeeter-ial: A Muppet Babies investigation with her pal Matt Manser. She’s also an avid joke writer on Twitter and you should follow her (please). Yay!


Dean Schaller

A native of Hawaii and surfer he’s been a part of The Pack in the improv program for over 5 years. In addition to studying with Miles Stroth and Emily Candini, he has completed the UCBLA improv program and graduated with a B.A. from the UCLA Theater, Film and Television School. As a team member of FUSSY he performs on Mondays and at IO West with NASA on the regular. Dean can be seen in a variety of roles for films, television, commercials and online. Currently he’s developing shows in Hawaii and on the mainland. No surprise he says “Aloha” a lot.