Kash is a Los Angeles based comedian, writer and actor. He’s also someone’s daughter so please, show a little respect. Kash hails from the small town of Brooklyn, New York (not too many have heard of it.) After moving to L.A. in 2001 and spending nine years as the singer in a hardcore punk band (as one does) the answer was clear. Comedy. Starting his career with the Upright Citizen’s Brigade in 2008, Kash began shooting and writing sketches with his own team, The Public. He then relocated back to NYC to start the collective Dark Matter Video, and develop an animated series for Adult Swim. Now back in his true home of L.A., Kash can be seen in the new Bruce Willis film, Going Under and co-starring with Zach Galifianakis in FX’s new show Baskets. He’s also gained a following, performing in online content for Buzzfeed. Locally, he can be seen at the Pack Theatre performing with his sketch team, Turncoat, performing stand up all over town, or just turn on your television. Chances are you’ll see him doing something hilarious!
Ted Asbaghi is a writer/performer at Pack Theater. He has done shows there, at UCB, at the Nerdist Theater, and more. His writing has been featured on Funny or Die. Some of his writing is collected at http://tasblogblr.tumblr.com. And if live comedy is what you’re looking for, you can find him at the Pack Theater on the fourth Wednesday of every month writing/performing for the sketch team SHAME!
Sarah Bellardini is a writer & sketch performer from Amsterdam, NY. She writes and produces Shaky Alibi for the Pack Theatre, and performs regularly on Goodfoot and for Speedface. She has also studied at ImprovLA and performed in the world record-breaking 7 Day Improv Show. She works as a script coordinator & writers’ assistant at Titmouse Animation, and graduated from Boston University.
Jessica Drolet is an actor, writer, comedian based in LA, from Quebec City, Canada. She is on the house sketch team Tantrum at The Pack Theater which performs on the 4th Wednesday of every month. She has studied at Lee Strasberg in NY, The Acting Center in LA, UCB LA, Groundlings, and The Pack. You can also see her perform standup regularly at the Comedy Store and Flappers. Credits include The Horror of Barnes Folly, The Dick and Jane Show, Johnny B. Homeless.
She is managed by ATN Entertainment.
She has 2 rabbits and a dog.
Andrew Fernandez is a writer/performer on Shame!–house sketch team at The Pack Theater. An alum of Friendboat and founding member of Halfway Mouse, Andrew has been active in both live and viral sketch comedy long before most toddlers were even alive. His work in online content has been featured on Funny or Die, The Today Show, Fox, CNN, and several film festivals. You’ll also find him producing videos for his UCB Digital team Sancho. But his “A” game is on point on the reg, live, every fourth Wednesday of the month when Shame! takes over the Pack for thirty glorious minutes.
Cheyenne Grogan is a writer/performer on the Pack sketch team, Shame! You can see her perform on sketch night every fourth Wednesday of the month. She’s been performing with Comedy Sportz for 9 years and also has trained at iO, UCB, the Groundlings and The Annoyance Theater in Chicago. Currently, she’s the writer and host for the Gurl.com Youtube channel, with over 300k subscribers. She’s been in multiple national commercials and can be seen on the Disney Channel’s “Girl Meets World” as an evil robot who pulls off her face. Cheyenne hopes for world peace, but is anticipating disappointment. Check out her sketches and more on her website: www.cheyennegrogan.com. Theatrical: Mitchell/Presley Talent Commercial: RTA. Manager: Mark Blake Management
Bryan Musil is a writer and performer for house sketch team Tantrum and the digital sketch team The Magnificent. He is the co-producer of the monthly shows Page One Sketch and Film Club at The Pack. He is a big shot. He has worked on several television shows and movies in the Art Department, including Nathan For You, The Birthday Boys, Comedy Bang! Bang!, The Eric Andre Show, and Tim and Eric’s Bedtime Stories. He has studied improv and sketch at UCB, The Pack Theater and Comedy Sportz. He has a cat that he promises to never call his ‘son’.
A native New Yorker, Elyssa has been acting since the age of 5 (she still owns the little red dress with the black bow from when she played Annie at the age of 6).
After studying at the British American Drama Academy in England, and graduating from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Elyssa spent her time performing around the country in various theatrical productions, from Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” and “Measure For Measure”, to the long-running improvisational comedies “Tony ‘n Tina’s Wedding” and “Shear Madness”.
Since making the move out west to L.A., Elyssa has been seen in various commercials and television shows, including featured roles on “Silicon Valley”, “The Mindy Project”, and “Chelsea”, among others.
At The Pack, Elyssa is a founding member of the TPT house sketch team Tantrum and the co-producer of the monthly show Chopping Block Comedy.
She is a very big fan of matzoh ball soup and sour pickles – in case you’re wondering.
Commercial Representation: Reign Agency, Laura Soo Hoo (310) 396-6462
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Michael Chap Resnick is a writer/performer from Los Angeles, CA. As a teenager he acted in commercials and had a role in Larry David’s box office oversight Sour Grapes. Michael went on to study jazz drums at New York University. He played in several jazz bands before his dad informed him it wasn’t the ‘20s. Michael then began studying comedy and performing improv around NY. He’s now back in LA and thrilled to be writing and performing for The Pack Theater sketch team Shame! He also does voiceovers, and he thinks he sounds relatable but authoritative. This whole bio is made from haikus.
Christopher Robin is a Los Angeles-based writer/performer. He has trained at UCB, iO West and The Pack Theater, where he first began performing sketch comedy with the elegantly named SEX TRUCK. He has had his writing featured on Funny or Die and has performed at the Austin Sketchfest, Sacramento Comedy Festival and Big Pine Comedy Festival. He currently writes/performs with the sketch team Tantrum. You can watch him perform on Sketch Night every fourth Wednesday of the month at The Pack Theater. You can also watch him write, but that would be boring and kind of weird.