Ashley Clementsis best known for starring in the Emmy Award winning digital series, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, and has also appeared in Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party, Inside The Extras Studio,VGHS, BlackBoxTV, Muzzled the Musical, Just Go With It,and TableTop. Her feature credits include Non-Transferable, August Falls, Call of the Void, and All The Creatures Were Stirring. Regional theatre credits includeA Midsummer Night’s Dream, All’s Well That Ends Well, Romeo and Juliet, The Merry Wives of Windsor, Cyrano de Bergerac, Sea of Tranquility, Since Africa, The Glass Menagerie, An Ideal Husband, and Fiddler on the Roof. She received her MFA in Acting from The Old Globe/University of San Diego, so she's, like, classically trained and stuff. Follow her @TheAshleyClem for important updates about her cat.
Gabe Greenspan is a Los Angeles-based actor, born and raised, who moved back to LA after receiving his BA in Theater Studies from Yale University. He writes and performs as one half of the sketch comedy team The Idiot Chimney and co-created the Freeform digital series Dinner with Dad (Go stream it now!). Gabe is a member of UCB's first musical mess hall team, The Pickup, as well as iO West team, Family Band. He also has trained in and taught circus for the last three years at the French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts.
Lauren is an actress singer and dancer currently living in Los Angeles. After graduating from the University of Michigan's acting program, she went on to perform in productions based in LA, Chicago and NYC. Lauren continues her training in improv, having studied at iO and The Second City in Chicago, and currently working through the Groundlings program in LA. Lauren is part of the Tin Can Bros' weekly show Choose Our Destiny on Geek & Sundry's streaming channel Project Alpha Wednesday nights at 7:30pm. You can also see some of Lauren's recent work in Shipwrecked Comedy's digital series Edgar Allan Poe's Murder Mystery Dinner Party, Tin Can Bros' Spies are Forever and StarKid's Firebringer, all available on YouTube. Look for her in the new digital series Stellar People which just wrapped production in February! Aside from acting Lauren also enjoys coaching high schoolers for their college auditions and choreographing things. Lauren recently gave birth to her daughter Diane, a 10 year old chihuahua. She is still glowing.
Corey is an LA-based writer, director, and designer. Past stage projects include: Spies Are Forever & The Solve It Squad Returns (Tin Can Brothers), Airport For Birds (Second City), Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog (Basement Arts), Reefer Madness (Athenaeum Theatre), and The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773). Other projects: the musical short films Flop Stoppers & Idle Worship (Tin Can Brothers), Listen Up concert tour (Darren Criss), the webseries World’s Worst Musical (Verse Factory), and the tabletop game Detective Bullshit (Tasty Penguin Games). Upcoming: the podcast/digital series Wayward Guide for the Untrained Eye. @coreylubo / IG:@coreylubo
Joey is a proud graduate of the University of Michigan BFA Acting program where he also Minored in Global Media Studies. Film/TV credits include: Nickelodeon’s Genie in a Bikini and Henry Danger (The Time Jerker), Disney Channel’s Jessie (Officer Petey), several seconds of Fox’s Glee as Apple #8, The Legend of Korra, Mad, Monsters vs. Aliens, Manly, as well as Triggerfish’s film Khumba. Online credits include: School of Thrones, Muzzled, I Ship It (Sundance Film Festival), Edgar Allan Poe’s Murder Mystery Dinner Party (Ernest Hemingway), and the upcoming Case of the Gilded Lily as Dash Gunfire. Joey is an original member of the online sensation, StarKid Productions and can be seen in countless productions, including the A Very Potter Musical Trilogy, the S.P.A.C.E and Apocalyptour national concert tours, Starship, Firebringer and The Trail to Oregon! (Cherry Lane Theatre, NYC). Stage: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot (Stage 773, Chicago). Cofounder of the Los Angeles based comedy group, The Tin Can Brothers and most recently co-wrote, co-produced, and acted in their original musical, Spies Are Forever, as well as their short film, Flop Stoppers (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2016 & Newport Beach Film Festival 2017). @joeyrichter / IG:@jonyricker
Brian is a founding member of StarKid Productions (A Very Potter Musical Trilogy, Apocalyptour) and Tin Can Brothers. Recent Digital Credits: Legendary Digital’s Choose Our Destiny: Improv Adventure, Flop Stoppers (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2016 & Newport Beach Film Festival 2017), The Solve It Squad Returns. Recent Writing Credits: Flop Stoppers, Spies Are Forever, The Solve It Squad Returns, Idle Worship (Official Selection at Buffer Festival 2017). Brian can be seen performing improv and clown regularly in LA. He has appeared nationally in commercials and holds a BFA in acting from the University of Michigan. @brian_rosenthal / IG:brianro_______
Nick Gage is a Chicago based performer/composer. He can usually be found in a van or a full-size touring the country as music director for the Second City National Touring Company where he has been off and on since 2014. When time allows, he's cooking things slow and low or riding his bike year round in a well lit, helmeted fog. This past year Nick scored the Netflix documentary ReSurface. He still does the occasional StarKid thing and plays with the band Jim and the Povolo's every now and again.
June Saito is a Costume Designer currently living and working in Los Angeles. Recent production credits include: Superstore Season 3, El Camino Christmas, There’s...Johnny!, and Flop Stoppers. Theater credits include: Solve It Squad, Firebringer, The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, Twisted, A Very Potter Senior Year, Apocalyptour, Holy Musical B@man, Starship, and A Very Potter Sequel. Learn more at junesaito.com.
Amy is a Los Angeles based producer and designer that loves to wear many hats at once. Stage projects include Solve It Squad, Firebringer, Spies are Forever, and A Very Potter Sequel. Film and Television projects include Flop Stoppers (Tin Can Brothers), Keeping Up With the Kardashians (Bunim-Murray Productions), Rob and Chyna (Bunim-Murray Productions), Food Fighters (Electus). Currently she works as a segment producer for the IMDb Show during the day and paints sets, makes props, and designs pitch decks by the light of the moon. www.amyplouff.com