Danny is a born and bred Long Island boy who moved out West so he could entertain the masses. Coming from a large Portuguese family, his comedy training started at the kitchen table, where every night he and his family would make each other laugh with jokes and stories. He’s earned a BFA in Film & Video Directing from The School of Visual Arts in New York. He has trained at The Pack Theater, iO West and ImprovLA. He’s a writer and performer for two Pack sketch teams; 100% Stuff and Femmebot PhD. He’s performed at San Francisco Sketchfest, Austin Sketchfest, L.A. Scripted Comedy Festival and the L.A. Improv Comedy Festival, which included performing in the 7 Day Improv Show (which set the World Record for Longest Improv Show). He also does Stand Up and Improv at various theaters and venues in the Los Angeles area. Danny delivers a blend of familial storytelling and unique observation, whether on stage or writing on the page. You can follow him on twitter and instagram @DannyAmaralShow
Darrin is an actor, comedian, and writer from Sacramento, CA. He moved to Los Angeles to get the heck out of Sactown and attend UCLA, where he got a B.A. in sociology. Over the last ten plus years he has studied improv at various institutions, including UCB-LA, The Groundlings, iO West, and The Pack. He is a graduate of The Pack improv program, having begun his studies there in 2015. You can see him perform improv every Monday night as part of the Rude Mondays lineup. It’s one of his proudest achievements–second only to his role on new house sketch team Royale! In addition to comedy, Darrin is a dramatic actor. He played a brony on Starz’s Hollywood Acting Studio, for example. Darrin loves being a part of the Pack community and would love to see you at Rude Mondays and Royale shows!
Matt Harbert is an actor and comedian. He is thrilled to be performing and writing with the sketch team Royale at The Pack Theater. He studied acting at West Virginia University and with Doug Warhit, improv at UCB and Nerdist School, and sketch at UCB and Pack Theater.
He has performed at iOWest with Top Story! Weekly!, Underbite, and currently with sketch group Garden Party. He also performs at Nerdist School with improv group The Voltage, and has performed at UCB on shows Racism’s Over and Juneteenth: An Emancipation Celebration.
His videos have been a finalist for Circa Laughs! LoLy Awards, they have been featured on the front page of Funny or Die 5 times, and 7 times on the FoD community page. He has also been in videos for Buzzfeed, AOK, and Circa Laughs.
He has been in a few international commercials and performed in films screened at festivals across the country.
You can find his reels, photos, and more at www.mattharbert.com.
Sam Jae is a writer and comedian living in Los Angeles. He has performed in San Francisco Sketchfest, Austin Sketchfest, and The LA Comedy Festival. He performs standup in LA at The Improv, The Comedy Store and Echoes Under Sunset. You can see him monthly with TPT sketch team 100% Stuff. Follow him on twitter @jammsae
Garrett Mendez can be seen on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Amazon Prime’s After Dark with Julian Clark, and heard as Trisha in Most Popular Girls in School. His podcast Feel Better takes on the comedian psyche by throwing a real psychiatrist into the mix. He loves camping and his Welsh Corgi, Cosmo. Find out more at thegarrettmendez.com
Dana Vreede is a comedy writer originally from Michigan. She has studied and performed at UCB, Groundlings and the Pack and previously wrote for teams at iO West. She graduated from the University of Michigan and currently works in TV production.
Diana Wright is a LA native comedy writer. She’s sold a show to Amazon Studios and regularly writes for The Simpsons: Tapped Out. Her pilots and screenplays have won the 2017 JHRTS/NYTVF script competition, 2016 Script Pipeline First Look competition and have placed in the 2016 Script Pipeline Pilot Competition, the 2017 Tracking Board Launch Pad Competition, the LA Comedy Shorts Festival and LA Comedy Festival. Her web series #Hashtagging was featured on Comedy Cake, Shareable, and at the 2016 New York Television Festival.
Read more at her website: www.dianawright.net
Anne Yatco is an actor, writer, and performer originally from Morris, IL. She earned her BS in biomedical engineering from Marquette University (yes, really) and her MFA in acting from the California Institute of the Arts. Onstage, Anne has appeared in theatrical productions across LA, in Edinburgh, and in Beijing. She has done voiceover work for video games, animation, and for live-action properties. When not performing, Anne is dedicated to her lifelong mission to find the perfect glass of Rosé. At the Pack Theater, Anne can be seen on house improv teams Belligerent and Groupchat, and in monthly sketch shows The Color Collective and The Bacchus.