Jen Saunderson is best described as a human mogwai (whimsical and sometimes dark). Don't feed her after midnight! Saunderson is the creator and host of the IFC web series, “The Filling is Mutual,” along with her co-host Jenny Zigrino. The Jens also host a podcast of the same name, focused on their love for comedy and food. Saunderson has toured internationally performing in Reykjavik, Edinburgh, London, Prague and Tokyo. She’s been a judge’s favorite on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, had her head chopped off on Comedy Central’s Badass Bitches of History and has appeared on each season of FOX’s Laughs. She can be seen every month performing with Los Angeles’ Pack Theater’s house sketch team, Squish. She is survived by her husband, two cats and dog named Gandalf… who may or may not be a wizard.
Susan-Kate Heaney (Los Angeles, CA)
Susan-Kate Heaney is an actor (Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Mindy Project, Masters of Sex), writer (multiple one-woman shows, webseries, movies) and new mom (Clover). She loves comedy and performs live often (improv, stand-up, sketch). She is the host of a podcast called "The Quirks" and spoiler alert... she has many of them.
Mackenzie Moore (Los Angeles, CA)
Mackenzie is a television writer living in Los Angeles who can been found moonlighting for Architectural Digest and Word Brothel. A humble champion of cashew schmear (don't @ her) she would one day like to be the Gordon Gekko of the LA bagel scene.
Charlotte Wilson Langley (Los Angeles, CA)
Charlotte is a writer and stand up comic who tweeted jokes for Tig Notaro and was retweeted by Monica Lewinsky. You may have seen her writing on index cards on vehicles across LA saying, "This spot is for TWO cars. Pull the hell up." Charlotte is aspiring to write for television and is willing to write captions for Animal Planet.
Casey Navarro (Los Angeles, CA)
Casey Navarro is a stand up comedian and feminist playwright based in Los Angeles. She believes that sometimes self care is a joint and a bath and sometimes its moving across the country alone and heartbroken. She's a new plant mom. Left handed. Grateful.
Ashley Singleton (Los Angeles, CA)
Ashley Singleton is a triple threat--wannabe singer, hip-hop dancer, and gangsta rapper. When she's not singing, dancing, or acting, you can catch her with her biker crew where her alias is SHRED. Just Kidding Ashley Singleton is a comedic writer and performer She believes that everything, even something dark, can be funny with the right spin. If you're not laughing, you're not living.
Courtney Blomquist (Los Angeles, CA)
Courtney Blomquist is a comedian, actor and writer in Los Angeles. She's basic, wishes PC R&B existed just because and thought the dude on the Headspace app was Australian until she looked him up on Wikipedia.
Mary Gulino (Los Angeles, CA)
Mary is a writer/director from New Jersey, living in LA. She got glasses when she was two years old, which obviously helped her flourish socially-- those glasses with an elastic head strap are the trappings for any really secure and confident child. (This is a lie.)
Lisa Laureta (Los Angeles, CA)
Lisa Laureta chose to be a comedian because when you're laughing, you're more bearable.
Rachel Manson (Toronto, ON)
Rachel Manson is a Toronto based Stand up comic, writer and actor. She performs around the U.S including at the San Diego Comedy Festival, Milwaukee Comedy Festival, Dallas Comedy Festival, Seattle Comedy Festival and she just came in third place in the Devil Cup Comedy Competition in New York. She used to spend her summers visiting her uncle Charles in jail but now goes to music festivals to scare teens straight.
Anna Snapp (Brooklyn, NY)
Niki Hatzidis (New York, NY)
Niki Hatzidis is an award nominated playwright and actor living in NYC, which means she tries too much, cries a lot and laughs through everything. Usually Coffee stained and running late because of the MTA.
Megan Sass (New York, NY)
Megan Sass is a comedian and natural redhead who likes coconut ices, boxer puppies, and ladies who follow her on twitter.
Non Kuramoto (New York, NY)
Non Kuramoto is a New York based comedian, queer-feminist-art-slut, and icon.
Tricia D'Onofrio (Connecticut)
Tricia D'Onofrio is a quirky and sometimes charming girl, in a charming, often quirky world. As a picky eater, she's been known to lick off the frosting from a donut and throw the skin away, from time to time. She's unstoppable.
Laura Manasewich (Connecticut)
Laura Manasewich is a comedian and humor writer. She runs on French fries and petting other people's dogs. Please don't leave her a voicemail.
Maya Satin (Boston, MA)
Maya is a Boston-based sketch writer, improviser, and vampire. When she isn't doing a show, she can't be found, so don't try looking. Also, a construction worker once cat-called her sandwich.
Nora Panahi (Boston, MA)
Nora is an Iranian-American, Buddhist-Muslim, Boston-based stand-up comic with great hair and a 2011 white Toyota Yaris with crank windows. She has been called the c-word by at least three men.
May Keith (Boston, MA)
May is a Boston-based comedian with a fondness for the absurd. She likes to talk about the important things in life, mental health, ghosts, and cute animals. She is afraid of everything.
Julia D'Angelo (Boston, MA)
Julia is a visual artist, teacher, writer and occasional standup comic. She’s usually much more entertaining than this bio suggests.
Jess Pfohl (Boston, MA)
Jess is a freelance filmmaker, improv comedian and writer. She got her start in comedy by being born as the youngest child in her family and took to it ever since. Now she performs around the Boston comedy scene, doing projects like Candid Badgers (improvised Simon & Garfunkel), Papercuts (improvised television) and Energy Boyz (improvised party show). Aside from that, Jess loves tea, her ukulele and singing. She hates that Zoe Deschanel pretty much stole her vibe.