Benim Foster (“Jack”) can be seen in the recent mockumentary feature Flying Scissors. Other film credits include Analyze This, Independent Film Channel’s The Undeserved, Broadway Damage, and the award winning short Imperfection.
Benim’s TV credits include “Fringe,” "Law & Order," "Law & Order: SVU," "Guiding Light," “As The World Turns," "Another World," and "All My Children."
His theatre credits include Broadway’s Barefoot In The Park (with Patrick Wilson & Amanda Peet, directed by Scott Elliot) and the National Tour of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Twelve Angry Men, (with Richard Thomas & George Wendt, directed by Scott Ellis). Benim starred in the Off-Broadway hit Last Train To Nibroc (Drama League Nomination for Best Play) and recently received a Best Actor Award from the Midtown International Theatre Festival for his work in Duplex. Other Off-Broadway credits include Becky Shaw at Second Stage and NYSF/ The Public Theatre’s Henry V (directed by Doug Hughes). Some of his favorite Regional work includes: Sleuth (with Keir Dullea), the regional premiere of Daniel Goldfarb’s Modern Orthodox, and the world premiere of A Higher Place In Heaven.
Benim has performed at Caroline’s Comedy Club with his now defunct comedy group “Tatung Heat Devils.” Also, you might know him from such beloved advertisements as the Mastercard golfer, the man shaving with Bic, or the Minwax furniture polisher who "didn't think it could be so easy."
Benim is a graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts and lives in New York City.
Jessica Faller (“Amber”) graduated with a BFA in Acting from Marymount Manhattan College, which she attended on scholarship. Since then, she has appeared in several projects for theatre, film, and television, most notably in her own original, full-length play, Dilettantes and Debutantes, which ran off-Broadway, and opposite the late veteran comedian Greg Giraldo in his Comedy Central show, Friday Night with Greg Giraldo.
Stags is her third collaboration with James Greenberg and also with Ben Barenholtz. Currently, she is co-host of a standup show in Manhattan, is developing a solo show at People's Improv Theatre, and is finishing her first novel.
Mark Giordano (“Snedden”) is a regular at all the major NYC comedy clubs. He has appeared at many venues throughout the Tri-State Area and in Los Angeles. He has performed in numerous Off-Broadway and Regional theatrical productions as well as at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.
Television credits include Law & Order, Law & Order SVU, Ed, and Time & Again. Film: Bringing Out The Dead (Director: Martin Scorsese), Little Kings (Best Picture Nominee, Hamptons Film Festival), Taxman (with Joe Pantoliano), and Noise (with Ally Sheedy). Mark regularly appears as a political humorist on FoxNews.Com Live (formerly The Strategy Room) and is currently developing a solo show called Mad Man that will run at The People's Improv Theater in NYC, in September.
Jesse Joyce (“Price”) started his comedy career in Pittsburgh in 1998. In 2001 he made the move to New York City and has been earning a reputation as a rising star on the comedy scene, performing standup in 15 countries on 4 continents and writing for all the Comedy Central Roasts.
He’s been called “a GREAT WRITER and a funny stand up” by Jim Norton, and “wonderful, very funny” by the legendary Dick Cavett. He inspired his longtime friend and writing partner, the late, great Greg Giraldo to write “Bottom line, Jesse Joyce is a great comedian.”
In television, Joyce first appeared on the Lifetime Network program How Clean is Your House, which led to his hosting Date Night for AMC. He continued with appearances on Comedy Central’s inaugural season of Live at Gotham and a profile on the CBS magazine program Entertainment Tonight. He appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Lenoʼs “Pass The Mic” segment and performed on Stand-Up 360 with Caroline Rhea. In 2010 he was a top 20 Semi- Finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. Currently, Joyce can be seen regularly on RedEye with Greg Gutfield (Fox News Network), where he brings his acerbic wit to bear on the events of the day.
Since 2007, Jesse has been a contributing writer on numerous celebrity roasts including the
Comedy Central Roast(s) of Donald Trump, David Hasselhoff, Joan Rivers, Larry the Cable Guy, Bob Saget and Flavor Flav. His work in TV, Radio and Print advertising has won him several American Advertising Awards.
Jesse can be frequently heard on the XM and Sirius Satellite Radio where his acclaimed CD Joyce To The World and his sophomore album Pro Joyce are in regular rotation. His reoccurring appearances on the nationally syndicated Bob and Tom Morning Show have become listener favorites and led to being featured on their CD As Big As A Hat.
An established performer with the USO, he has performed overseas on numerous occasions. He can also be seen in theaters as part of The Comedy Addiction Tour where comics bring humor and poignancy to the struggles of addiction.
Matthew Rauch (“Victor”) recently appeared on Broadway in The Merchant of Venice with Al Pacino, directed by Daniel Sullivan, which was nominated for 7 Tony Awards including Best Revival, and off-Broadway in Kin at Playwrights' Horizons, directed by Sam Gold. Last winter he appeared in The Duchess of Malfi at Red Bull Theater, for which he received the 2010 Callaway Award. He will appear in the season finale of Treme on HBO, and in Warner Brothers' Premium Rush next spring.Other plays in New York include Prelude to a Kiss on Broadway and The Winter's Tale and The Merchant of Venice for The Public/Shakespeare in the Park, Still Life at MCC Theater, 1001 for Page 73, Expats, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, and Hurlyburly for The New Group, In the Matter of J. Robert Oppenheimer with Keen Company, Edward the Second and The Revenger's Tragedy for Red Bull, Book of Days at the Signature, and more.
His regional theater work includes plays at the El Portal in Los Angeles, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Westport Playhouse, Long Wharf, Arena Stage, the Shakespeare Theatre, Hartford Stage, Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Cincinnati Playhouse, American Repertory Theatre, and many others.
Other film work includes The Absence, No Reservations, Breaking Point, Invitation to a Suicide, and, yes, Frankenfish. He has been seen on TV in Without a Trace, Criminal Intent, Jonny Zero, Navy NCIS, Leap of Faith, The DA, Law and Order, Guiding Light," and One Life to Live.
He is a graduate of both the ART Institute at Harvard and Princeton University, and was born and raised in Manhattan.
Kimmy Gatewood (“Keri Edwards”) is a multi-hyphenate living in Los Angeles. Originally from Maryland, Kimmy performed in NYC, gaining notoriety as a solo performer, garnering her ECNY Nomination for Best Musical Act, Best of by Time Out NY, and was an Andy Kaufman Semi- Finalist. Her show The Engagement sold out for three months in NY, Charleston, and Los Angeles. She recently did a residency at Ars Nova in New York writing a trilogy of shows, The Hat-trick.
TV/Film/Web credits include: Conan (TBS), Boys and Girls Guide (Comedy Central), Porn and Chicken (Comedy Central), Starf*ckers (Fremantle), A Time to Evolve (Fremantle), and Next Song, which she also wrote.
Kimmy has produced and directed for the stage and the screen. Her direction in the NY production of Kidnapped by Craigslist garnered her a ECNY Nomination for Best Director. She produced and directed her first feature documentary entitled Nerdcore Rising (South by Southwest), which is now on Netflix and B-side films. She teaches her characters and improv classes around the country and coaches and directs solo performers.
Kimmy is a member of the “Story Pirates.” She can be seen at the UCB Theatre and at Largo at the Coronet with the highly acclaimed 1940’s singing and dancing trio, “The Apple Sisters.” The Apple Sisters have performed at festivals across the country, including the prestigious Just for Laughs Festival, made appearances on CurrentTV and Comedy Central, are currently developing a movie with Mark Gordon & Co., and can be heard on their weekly podcast on Earwolf. Kimmy and fellow Apple Sister own a feather hair accessory company called “The Nerds of a Feather.” Kimmy is currently a staff writer on the pop-culture show The Morning After on Hulu.