Bart Bidlingmeyer is an actor, comedian and writer originally from Hopkinton, Massachusetts (26.2 miles west of Boston). After graduating from Kenyon College, he trained in sketch and improv at iO Chicago, UCB Los Angeles, and now at The Pack Theater in Hollywood. He’s also trained at Bally Total Fitness and Equinox, but that’s not important right now because this is about creating and performing, about which Bart has been quoted as saying, “Yeah, great- I’ll do whatever.”
Erin Bounds moved to Los Angeles from Denver, Colorado where she first dipped her toes into stand-up and sketch comedy. Being raised on tv led her to an appreciation of physical comedy, sarcasm, and toilet humor sent her down the path to sketch comedy. She is a writer and performer at The Pack Theater. Come see her perform with Gunslinger, a new house team at the Pack, and every third Saturday performing with Men of Leisure, a rotating cast of all-female performers. I mean, you might as well.
Dan Duddy is a comedy writer from Montville, NJ who moved to Los Angeles in the hopes of convincing Bill Lawrence to reboot Scrubs and cast him as the lead. Currently, he works for Cracked.com, America’s #1 comedy website, (depending on which metrics you choose to look at) where he writes funny articles about headphones and the occasional short video. He also is a writer for TPT house sketch team Gunslinger. Bill Lawrence has yet to reply to any of his tweets.
Robbie Goodwin is a Los Angeles based stand up comedian, actor, and writer. Robbie started stand up in 2010, performing between the San Francisco and Boston scenes. Since then, Robbie has played to crowds at NerdMelt, UCB, The Comedy Studio, The Purple Onion, the Brown College Comedy Festival, and as a finalist in iO West’s LA Comedy Festival. Robbie hosted the show LIP SERVICE at the Westside Comedy Theater and currently hosts INDUSTRY DARLINGS at the Improv Space in Westwood.
Robbie has also appeared on programs like THE TODD GLASS SHOW, AFTERBUZZ TV, and co-wrote/starred in THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE: THE MUSICAL (featured on Entertainment Weekly, Nerdist, The Onion’s AV Club, Vulture, and IFC) with his sketch group Chocolate Cake City. Robbie loves food, movies, live music, and doing Donald Trump impressions. One time he rode on an elevator with Kato Kaelin.
Ben Kuerschner is a joke writer and Los Angeles refugee. At The Pack Theater he is producer, director, and writer for Your TPT Late Night ShowTonight, director and producer for The Night Cap with Stacy Rumaker, and a member of the house sketch team Gunslinger. He also co-produces the Pack’s yearly three day comedy music festival, Packchella.
Outside the Pack he writes and producers for The 88 Show with Avery Pearson at the Hollywood Improv and The National Lampoon’s Final Edition Podcast. He was also the Producer and Head Monologue Writer of the monthly late night live show It’s Past My Bedtime with Topher Harless.
He began his career writing monologue jokes for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Besides writing jokes for The Tonight Show, Ben worked there as a coordinator. He started his TV career as an NBC Page. He doesn’t drive a car, making him just oh so popular with all of his friends.
Ben’s tombstone will read “I’m pretty happy with how this turned out, but if you have any notes I’d love to hear them.”
If you ever need anything contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org// (script punch-ups/ animations/props/coffee/red wine/haircuts!) He loves solving new problems and learning new things! That’s why he joined the Pack Theater, for the challenges with deadlines!
Alex Schmidt is a Staff Video Writer and Performer at Cracked.com, the most popular comedy website. He’s a touring stand-up comedian. He’s co-host of the podcast “Kurt Vonneguys”, an iTunes Top 10 Comedy podcast. He’s a writer/performer for Pack Theater sketch team Gunslinger. For more about Alex, visit alexschmidty.com.
Alex Vaughan is from Washington DC, and now that he’s in LA, he has fallen in love with tacos. There are very few situations in which you might ask him “Yo smoov. You tryna get some tacos?” and he would answer “No.” For the past little while, Alex has performed regularly in Theatre, Feature Films, and even a National Commercial or two. When he’s at The Pack Theater you may see him flanked by Gunslinger, the Pack’s rowdiest new sketch team. He’ll probably be holding a taco.
Theatrical: 90210 Talent // Commercial: Osbrink Talent Agency //
Management: Noble Artists
Andrew Yanker is a Los Angeles based stand up comedian, actor, and writer. Andrew started standup in 2012 in the New York & Washington DC scenes. Since then, Andrew has performed all over LA at the UCB, Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, Ice House, and Echoes Under Sunset. He hosts “Hollywood Tours” at the Next Stage Theater in Hollywood & a monthly podcast called “Morning Yoga” Check out Andrew on the new Pack Theater house sketch team “Gunslinger”. FUN FACT: He is the son of renowned “walking expert” Gary Yanker, who authored 45 books and a workout tape on walking and fitness. Andrew has followed in his father’s steps and joined the fitness industry as a yoga teacher.