Very Famous is a sketch comedy team that performs every 4th Sunday at The Pack. Directed by Sam Brown (Whitest Kids U Know) and Niv Brook (Turncoat)
Devin grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and moved to L.A. when he was 20 to become a super-serious actor. Now he’s a super serious actor/writer/director of comedy. His acting credits include: Chasing Mavericks starring Gerard Butler; Disaster Movie for Lionsgate; and The Cheerleader Murders for Lifetime. He has recurred on Jane the Virgin for The CW and GREEK for ABC Family. Guest-starred on The League, CSI, and Criminal Minds. He is also the writer/director of the feature film Richard Peter Johnson, available on iTunes and Amazon.
Devin has performed all over town in hundreds of live shows including theater, improv, and sketch comedy. See him Sundays at the Pack with VERY FAMOUS. Devin is an alumnus of The Groundlings writing lab, The Pack sketch program, and Playhouse West.
Griffin Davis is a writer/actor on The Pack sketch team VERY FAMOUS.
He made a movie called BINDLESTIFFS that you can stream on Amazon.
When he’s not playing video games he’s talking about them on his podcast he co-hosts called GameBoiz. You can find it wherever you find podcasts these days.
Bennington is a writer/comedian from Keene, NH. He has performed at UCB, io West, La Indie Improv Festival and The Pack with his improv team Harold Ramis. He has a bachelors degree in Screenwriting from Virginia Commonwealth University, where he studied under Kirk Kjeldsen. This bio was written on his iPhone
Briana Hansen was born and raised in the midwest. Before moving to LA, she studied and performed at The Second City Chicago, iO, The Annoyance, and went to a whole bunch of improv retreats wherever would have her. She created and toured with her solo sketch show, Femoir, before discovering stand up comedy is way easier to travel around the country with. In LA, she has studied all over and performs sketch and stand up all over. She enjoys writing and creating sorts of stuff, collaborating with cool people, and slathering on a healthy amount of sunscreen. She is proud to perform with her Pack house team Very Famous and is the showrunner and producer of Book Report. She dedicates all performances to her perfect dogs, Bonnie & Clyde, who have been known to make cameos on the Pack stage.
You can follow her on Twitter @thebrianahansen or Instagram @briana_comedy or visit brianahansen.com for more if you’re intrigued. And, hey, she won’t blame you.
Lyndsey Horton is a writer, comedian, and VFX artist, but mostly, she’s Canadian. Lyndsey has studied sketch at The Pack, improv at iO West and UCB, and sarcasm from her family. In 2015, she was a finalist for the Thomas Angel Foundation Scholarship but lost [probably] because she didn’t cry enough or spent too much time, during in the final interview, ensuring the prize money was to be delivered in the form of a giant check.
Lyndsey hosts/produces a monthly show of storytelling and improv at iO West called ‘Fore the Story. She has also worked in the VFX/animation industry for 10 years with most notable credits: Wreck-It Ralph, ParaNorman, Ant-Man, Captain America: Civil War, Thor: The Dark World, and Alice in Wonderland.
Lastly, she will never miss an opportunity to let you know she went to a college in Florida on water ski scholarship… and she’s Canadian.
Nate Johnson is an improviser, writer, singer, voice over talent and actor.
He’s a corn-fed Nebraskan who loves his momma but just had to go west and see the wider world.
Nate got is his first acting gig at age 10 in a local production of The Music Man.
Throughout his teens, he acted in multiple plays and musicals. He went on to earn a vocal scholarship at California Lutheran University where he was trained in opera and jazz vocal performance.
Nate became a voice over actor in 2012 while living in New York and has voiced commercials for Amazon, Bud Light and was even part of a Cannes award-winning ad campaign called Take It From A Fish.
He got into comedy three years ago after arriving in LA and is now a part of The Pack’s house team, Big Yellow Taxi and the new sketch team, Very Famous.
You can catch him multiple nights a week loitering outside The Pack or performing inside. He’s making his move to on-screen work so watch out!
Dan Kerrigan can’t believe how lucky he is to write and perform at The Pack Theater with Very Famous! Dan told me to tell you that he also performs regularly at The Pack Theater in CutScene, a video game inspired sketch show, and various other submission-based shows. This is great because Dan will shave to play Mega Man at some point and he’s really jazzed about it. Dan can also be seen at Second City performing once a month with Hollywood Night Live, and participates in the sketch collaborative Bing Bong Industries. Dan plays improv with NO MAN, host team of the 9 PM Loft show every week at iO West. Dan can also be heard on the forthcoming Made Up Baseball Podcast (MUBP) as creator, writer, and play-by-play announcer. Dan has a truck and can help you out, just in case you are about to move into a new apartment. Dan put up his comedy reel on YouTube, is on Twitter @DaneKerrigane, Instagram as DanKerriganSeriously, and can be checked out in depth at www.dankerrigan.com, or general shenanigans of his daily life on Facebook at www.facebook.com/dankerriganseriously. Also, here are his Casting Frontier and LA Casting links. When Dan is not busy doing what he does at The Pack Theater and elsewhere, he rides a giant tricycle for a living because he’s basically six years old, but don’t tell Dan I said that.
Kevin is a writer and performer from Kansas, with training and performing experience at The Pack Theater and Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles as well as Second City in Chicago. He’s had the opportunity to participate in festivals and showcases around the country including the Cleveland Comedy Festival, Kansas City Fringe and the Burbank Comedy Festival, and now writes and performs monthly at the Pack Theater as a part of Very Famous.
Jessica Vance is a writer/performer from the eastern half of the State of Texas. After too many years of financial security as a graphic designer and advertising executive, she took an improv class at Houston’s Station Theater, which led to performing with Launchpad (improv) and co-founding The Good Enoughs (sketch). Ten months later, she completed Station’s improv curriculum, packed everything that would fit into her 2004 Honda Civic, and drove to Los Angeles. The Civic did not survive the trip.
During her short time in Los Angeles, she has graduated from the UCB Training Center and is a current student in The Second City Hollywood’s Conservatory Program, as well as Sketch and Improv at The Pack.
Jessica is very excited to write for one of The Pack’s newest sketch teams, Very Famous. Catch them every fourth Sunday of the month.