Eric Hunicutt is a working actor, director, and teacher, who hails from N.Carolina where he began improvising in high school with Comedy Sportz, later moving to Chicago where he performed and studied with iO, Second City, and more. As an actor, Eric has appeared on television, in feature and short films, plays, commercials, music videos, and in hundreds of improv shows in Chicago, Los Angeles, at festivals and touring across the country - including fifteen years as a member of the acclaimed improv ensemble The Reckoning. Eric's directing work includes award winning and award nominated world premieres, contemporary plays, solo shows, sketch comedy, short films and web series. He currently teaches at Steppenwolf Classes West and Steppenwolf West's Summer Intensive, Warner Loughlin Studios, The Australian Film and Television Academy, and was a member of the teaching staff at iO West for over a decade until its closing. Additionally, Eric's taught at The Art of Acting Studio, UC San Diego, BGB Studio, California State University's annual Summer Arts intensive. He's a member of the Lincoln Center Directors Lab and a company member at Echo Theatre Co. in Los Angeles.

Jaime Moyer is an alum of The Second City-Detroit, where she wrote and performed original sketch comedy revues.  Jaime has a B.A. in Theatre, and has studied 

at The Second City in Detroit and with Lesly Kahn in Hollywood. Jaime is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.  She has appeared in and/or directed numerous stage productions, and was artistic director of Planet Ant Theater in Hamtramck, MI.  She received a "What's The Buzz" Award for a season of excellence at The Wilde Awards in 2010.

Jaime can been seen in her viral series, FANCY CATZ which has a combined over 400,000 views on YouTube.  She recently appeared in the pilot "Redeeming Dave". Can also be seen in "Jennifer Falls" and "Two Broke Girls".  Jaime 

performs weekly at iO WEST and the Second City-Hollywood.

Katie Nahnsen is an LA based actor, writer, improviser and a member of Groundling's Sunday Company. She was a series regular and story contributor on NBC's Sports Action Team, which can now be seen on Hulu. A pilot she co-created and starred in, The Venue, recently won the NYTVF Comedy Central Pilot Competition. Currently she writes for Wabbit, premiering on Cartoon Network this year. Katie also performs, teaches, and directs improv and sketch comedy at iO West and The Second City Hollywood.  Right now she performs with the all-female group CatNip, and at The Nerdist Theater with her sketch group The Blank Experience.  She also uses her creative background to mentor underserved children through the Young Storyteller’s Foundation and teaches acting classes to teens in foster care as a way to develop self-esteem.

Celeste Pechous has been kicking the comedy improv tires for the last two decades.  As an alumnae of the National Touring Company with Second City, Pechous performed comedy all over the world.  She has trained and performed at the Second City, iO Chicago/LA, and The Annoyance.  Pechous was awarded most outstanding performer at The SNAFF Film Festival for her work in the dark-comedy short, Past Due, based on her short story.  TV credits include Showtime's Masters of Sex, Workaholics and Review on Comedy Central and TV Land's Hot in Cleveland.  Pechous can be seen next in Epix's Get Shorty, HBO's Sharp Objects and as Mrs. Wallace in One Day at a Time on Netflix.  She's shooting the feature film "Against All Enemies" in July.  When she's not selling you milk, insurance, BMWs or computers, you can see her improvise regularly at iO West and Second City LA.