Marina Cockenberg is a writer and actress who currently voices the starring role of Kelly on the Comedy Central animated series "Fairview" and is a writer for the Netflix series "Never Have I Ever." Her other credits include writing for Netflix’s "Murderville," NBC’s "A Little Late with Lilly Singh" and "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." While at "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," Marina won two Emmy Awards for Outstanding Interactive Program and Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media.
Aparna started out doing comedy in her hometown of Washington, D.C., and now resides in New York City. She can currently be seen on Amazon’s annual ensemble comedy special "Yearly Departed," as well as the fifth season of HBO Max’s "Search Party." She recently wrapped filming "All My Friends," a special for LCD Soundsystem directed by Eric Wareheim, and she can also next be seen in the upcoming season of Netflix’s "Space Force." She was a series regular on Comedy Central’s "Corporate" and recurred on HBO’s "Crashing." Aparna is also featured in the second season of Netflix’s "The Standups." In 2018, she made her feature film debut in the Paul Feig movie "A Simple Favor."
Jeremy Levick is a writer, comedian and actor living in Brooklyn. He has writing credits at The Onion, ClickHole, and Defector and, with his comedy partner Rajat Suresh, has videos featured in GQ, The Guardian and The A.V. Club. The New York Times called his most recent video, which he made with Suresh and Tim Heidecker, some of the "Best Comedy of 2021." He is currently a story editor for the upcoming Peacock series "Bumper in Berlin." Previously, he was a writer for an upcoming Amazon series produced by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and a writer-performer for Paramount+'s "Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News."
James Austin Johnson
James Austin Johnson is a comedian originally from Nashville, TN, and a featured player on "Saturday Night Live." The New York Times has called him “one of SNL’s most versatile celebrity impressionists.” His spot-on impression of Donald Trump, paired with his improvisational ramblings about Weird Al, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Scooby Doo, have garnered over 5 million views, with profiles in Vanity Fair, Slate, Mashable and VICE, to name a few. As an actor, James's TV/film credits include "Future Man," "Baskets," "Robbie," "Better Call Saul," "The Last Tycoon" and the Coen Brothers’ feature "Hail; Caesar!" As a stand up, James has performed on the VICE series "Flophouse," as well as Riot LA and Just for Laughs as a "New Face."
Graham Techler is a comedian and writer based in Brooklyn. In addition to "Fairview," he’s appeared on Showtime's "Our Cartoon President" and Paramount+'s "Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News." He was a regular performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City, and he contributes writing to The New Yorker and McSweeney’s Internet Tendency.
Atsuko is a stand-up comedian, actor and writer based in Los Angeles. Atsuko made her late night stand-up debut on "The Late Late Show with James Corden." Atsuko is starring in the upcoming Paramount+ feature film "Washingtonia" from executive producer Stephen Colbert. She's written for Adult Swim's "The Eric Andre Show" and "Soft Focus with Jena Friedman." Atsuko’s on-screen credits include Season 3 of the HBO series "Room 104," "The Show Next Door with Randall Park" on Roku+ and Hulu's latest project with ATTN, "Mom & Pop." Atsuko released a comedy album entitled "But I Control Me" with Comedy Dynamics. Atsuko was named a "Comedian to Watch" by Vulture and "Top 10 Comedians to Watch" by Time Out Los Angeles.
Otter Lee (he/they) is a New York City-based actor, comedian, writer and voiceover artist delighted to make his Comedy Central debut as the snarky yet adorkable Mack on "Fairview." He also lent his voice as correspondent and reporter Otter Lin in Seasons 1 and 2 of the Emmy-nominated political cartoon "Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News" on Paramount+. Otter performs stand-up, improv and sketch comedy in venues, clubs and, more recently, socially distanced parks and rooftops throughout NYC. Their projects have been written up in The New York Times, Time Out New York, World Journal and AsianCrush. They were also one of the creative producers and featured acts for NYC's first-ever Asian Comedy Fest in 2020 and 2021.
Carl Foreman Jr.
Carl Foreman Jr. is an actor, writer and comedian now based in Los Angeles after establishing his career in New York City. Carl has appeared in TV, commercials, viral internet sketches and regional theatre. Carl also performs and directs sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Recently, Carl performed in the 2020 CBS Diversity Showcase.
Jack Bensinger is a comedian, writer and performer based in New York City, who is also well-known for his brilliantly hilarious Twitter videos. He was most recently a writer and voice actor on the Paramount+ daily animated comedic news show, "Stephen Colbert Presents Tooning Out the News." He also recently wrote on the upcoming season of "The Eric Andre Show." Jack has proudly worked on many magnificent YouTube videos for Conner O’Malley. Jack started his comedy career in Chicago performing at the Annoyance Theater.
Lisa Gilroy is a two-time Canadian Comedy Award winner and former Tour Company ensemble member from The Second City Toronto. She is a mainstage Harold (improv) and Maude (sketch) performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles and has appeared on NBC's "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and Whitney Cummings's "Pet Friendly." She is featured as the voice of Ellen DeGeneres in the FOX sketch series from Robert Smigel, "Let's Be Real," and the NBC pilot "Someone Out There."
Before moving to Los Angeles, Joey Romaine was a regular performer at iO Chicago (formerly ImprovOlympic) and a frequent actor/writer for The Second City Network, the theater's online/digital platform. He also worked on several projects for The Second City Communications (now The Second City Works) and the website Super Deluxe. His film/TV credits include "Fifty Shades of Black," "Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life," "Shrink," "Jake and Amir Present: Lonely and Horny," "Tacoma FD," "Let's Be Real," "Washingtonia" and "DAVE."
Blair Socci is a Los Angeles-based comedian you may have seen on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," MTV, Comedy Central, NBC, Quibi, TruTV, E!, and Fuse. She was recently named one of Vulture’s “20 Comedians You Should Know in 2020.” Additionally, she was a breakout “New Face” at the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival. Blair is the co-creator and star of the acclaimed digital series "Blair’s Lair," which follows a millennial agoraphobe with questionable morals, and she has been written up in Vulture and Paste Magazine. Blair is also the co-host of "The Trevor Moore Show" on Comedy Central Digital and frequently tours with Ron Funches.