Loosey Goosey

Every week, TPT’s home to the variety show “Loosey Goosey” hosted by Sam Brown (Whitest Kids U Know), Josh Fadem (Better Caul Saul, 30 Rock) and Eric Moneypenny (The Midnight Show, FOX ADHD), featuring the best stand-ups, sketch groups, weird stuff, and whatever they want.

Sam Brown

Samuel Kelly Brown (born October 26, 1981) is an American actor, comedian and writer. He is best known as a member of the sketch comedy troupeThe Whitest Kids U’Know, founded by Trevor Moore and him. The troupe has their own show on IFC, which ended its 5th and final season on June 17, 2011.

Sam made a movie for his calculus class as part of a group. Following through with his passion, Sam enrolled at the School of Visual Arts, in Manhattan.

While working New York City comedy clubs, he met Trevor Moore, who also attended SVA and lived in the same dormitory. The two decided to start a comedy troupe. It was in that first semester in college that they created the Whitest Kids U’ Know. Brown since then has graduated with a BFA in Film from SVA, and has served as Associate Producer at ImaginAsianTV. Brown and Moore were later joined by Zach Cregger, Timmy Williams and Darren Trumeter. In the commentary of the “The Whitest Kids U’ Know” season one DVD, the rest of the troupe jokingly state their hate for Sam because he was late the day they were recording the commentary.

Eric Moneypenny

Eric Moneypenny is a writer/performer whose online comedy videos have garnered well over 90 Million views. He’s written for various TV & Digital projects such as FOX ADHD, Adult Swim’s “The Eric Andre Show” (Seasons 1 & 2), Cartoon Network’s Bugs Bunny re-boot “Wabbit”, FOXSports.com, worked as a creative consultant in writer rooms for various TV/Film projects with FOX, Warner Bros, Paramount, TruTV, LOGO, Gorilla Flicks, and Dickhouse. He’s currently a writer for the newly launched digital channel AOK.

As an actor, he’s appeared on shows like Comedy Central’s “Key & Peele” & Fuel TV’s “The Daily Habit”. Eric’s also worked as a Producer of wildly popular live comedy events (The Midnight Show at UCB, Speedface, Loosey Goosey, ¡El Show!), viral web series (Official Comedy’s “Action Chefs!” & CHIKARA Pro Wrestling’s “Ring Psychologist”), and albums (The Midnight Show’s 2012 studio release “Wow, Whaddya Know!”). In 2012, he gained media attention for his viral attempt to launch a Kickstarter to buy the website Kickstarter, a popular stunt featured on the sites for CNN, VICE, and Gizmodo. He currently performs regularly with his sketch group, The Midnight Show at UCB and as a co-host of the TPT weekly variety show “Loosey Goosey”.

Eric’s repped by Todd Sellers at Brillstein Entertainment Partners.