Sigi Gradwohl is a bicoastal Israeli-Swiss-American triple citizen and a proud member of Theatre of NOTE. Favorite theater credits are The Diary of Anne Frank (Winner of Best Leading Actress at Theatre Palisades) and Askance (Winner of Scenie Award). TV: Girl Meets World, Jessie (Disney), The Middle (ABC), Chelsea Handler's After Lately (E!). FILM: James Franco's Killing Animals, Little Loopers, Spare Parts (Winner of OutWest Film Festival). Sigi co-created the award-winning online series Bad Nannies and SigNHil and stars in the viral YouTube hit Girls Are Assholes. She is currently in pre-production for the feature Hardly Easlie shooting in July. You can catch Sigi performing weekly at The Improv Space. www.sigigradwohl.com.
Tyler Alverson is an LA based actor from Eden, North Carolina. He received his BFA in Acting from Elon University and is currently studying at Anthony Meindl's Actor's Workshop. He is a huge lover of film, theatre, coffee and guacamole. Previous theatre credits: Dog Sees God (CB), Much Ado About Nothing (Benedick), Joan of Arc (Charles - World Premiere) and Tim & Scrooge (Walton - Southeastern Premiere); Film: Dead Zone, Awkwood. He is represented by Avalon Artists Group. SAG-E.
Hilary hails from New York, where she received her BFA in acting from Syracuse University. After moving to LA, Hilary honed her comedic chops at The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade. She has appeared on MTV's Happyland, and is the co-creator of comedic web series Bad Nannies and SigNHil. She recently wrapped filming on the CBS Pilot My Time/Your Time, and is in development on her first feature.
Jordan is best known for his work as do-it-all lab tech Daniel Green in four seasons on A&E's The Glades. Other television credits include NBC's Harry's Law, Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva, and the ABC Family movie My Future Boyfriend. He has performed locally on stage in productions of Dangerous Corner, The Idiot Box, and Dracula. Recent experimentation behind the camera garnered a Best Director award at The Treasure Coast Int'l Film Festival for his short film Greater Goode. Jordan graduated with a Broadcast degree from The University of Florida, where he won a Society of Professional Journalists award for coverage of his beloved Gators on the road to a football national championship.