Angels & Prophets

This is a list of the incredible people Dr. God gets to work with in our various projects.  Matthew Lillard is our John The Baptist.

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Suzie Malone

Suzie MaloneAussie Bombshell is an Australian born burlesque performer, dance instructor and choreographer. Born in Sydney, Suzie became a dancer as soon as she could walk. She trained as a tap, jazz and classical dancer before taking her talents to the stage. Suzie was the principal burlesque showgirl in “Fantasy Las Vegas” at the Marrickville Casino showroom and performed nightly to packed houses for five years. Suzie found fame for her lavish costumes and spectacular production numbers. Her success down under landed her a dance cast role in Baz Luhrmann's “Moulin Rouge” film. Suzie was also a solo performer, producer and choreographer of her own female review show, “Wildkatz Australia.” Suzie Malone has thrilled audiences not only in her homeland Australia, but internationally as well. Suzie has performed all over the world in international cities such as Tokyo, Las Vegas, New York, Auckland, Sydney, and Miami. Suzie is the only magic burlesque feature showgirl in the industry. She added magic to her performances to add originality and spice to her shows. Suzie specialises in magicillusionand escape and works closely with magicians from the famous Magic Castle in Hollywood, California. Suzie also serves as a burlesque instructor and choreographer in the United States. She was nominated Exotic Dancer's Newcomer of the Year 2006.
Steve Agee

Steve Agee

Steve Agee has hosted the Dr. God Revival show at iOWest.  Steve also has a lead role as "Floyd Beamer" in ANGRY WHITE MAN, a comedic feature film directed by Dr. God's Brian James O'Connell.

Steve Agee is a Southern California native. After receiving a degree in fine art from Loma Linda University, Agee moved to Los Angeles with his band, The Grazers. Soon after, the band broke up and he found himself taking classes at the Groundlings. For the next six years, Agee supported his comedy habit by working in reality television for such shows as, "The Real World," "Road Rules," "The Osbournes," "Temptation Island" and "Joe Millionaire." It was during that time that Agee met Sarah Silverman while doing a play written by one of Sarah's friends.

In 2003, Agee became a clip researcher (or TV watcher) for "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and eventually became a writer for the show. It was also during that time that he made an appearance in Silverman's film, "Jesus is Magic," as well as Bobcat Goldthwait's film, "Sleeping Dogs Lie." Agee has also been a contributing writer for MTV 2's "The Andy Milonakis Show."


Rachael Harris

Although this perpetually bespectacled deadpan funny lady has appeared in a slew of cutting-edge comic series (Reno 911!, The Sarah Silverman Program), Harris is best recognized for her high-profile commercial gigs, including ads for GEICO, AVIS and T-Mobile. A former performer and teacher for Los Angeles' famed Groundlings improv troupe, she did TV guest spots and a stint as a Daily Show correspondent before landing her breakout role as the title character's makeup artist cum confidante on Fat Actress. Having found her niche as a wisecracking best bud, she played a similar part on the sitcom Notes from the Underbelly as a pregnant wife's anti-spawning friend. Well-known and well-liked in the comedy community, Harris has also landed dry-witted roles in big-screen laughers, including Will Ferrell's Kicking & Screaming, Eddie Murphy's Daddy Day Care and a string of improvised Christopher Guest flicks. After playing Ed Helms' overbearing girlfriend in 2009's The Hangover, Harris took on a role that played against type when she portrayed the mom in 2010's family film Diary of a Wimpy Kid.

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Peter Grosz

Peter Grosz has been performing improvisation and sketch comedy since 1995. He is an alum of The Second City’s ETC stage, a founding member of the Improv Olympic ensembles Preponderate, JTS Brown and Four Square and improvised with Asssscat at the UCB theater in New York.

Peter has appeared in the films The Weatherman, Stranger Than Fiction, and The Promotion, and has written for The Naked Trucker and T-Bones Show and The Colbert Report. If you’re craving a burger when you see him it’s because he also co-starred with TJ Jagodowski in hundreds of commercials for Sonic drive-in restaurants.


Noureen DeWulf

Noureen asked us to use her Wikipedia biography and you know what? No kidding, we like it. It's very clean and efficient:

DeWulf first came into the public spotlight as the star of the 2007 Academy Award winning short film West Bank Story in which she played Fatima, a Palestinian fast food cashier who falls in love with an Israeli soldier.

In May 2009, DeWulf appeared in the Matthew McConaughey Ghosts of Girlfriends Past in which she played Melanie, the Ghost of Girlfriends Present. Her comedic performance received very positive reviews.

Also in 2009, DeWulf starred with Sarah Chalke, Maria Conchita Alonso, Garcelle Beauvais, Gregory Harrison, Judy Greer, and Marla Sokoloff in the Lifetime miniseries Maneater.

DeWulf appeared in the August 2009 comedy The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard as Ving Rhames's love interest, and in the 2010 film The Back-Up Plan, with Jennifer Lopez.

She stars in the 2010 film The Taqwacores directed by Eyad Zahra. This movie opens in the United Kingdom on May 6th 2011.

She also stars in the 2010 film The 41-Year-Old Virgin Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It directed by Craig Moss.

She also stars in the television comedy Outsourced as Vimi.

Other previous credits for DeWulf include: American Dreamz, The Comebacks, Americanizing Shelley, and Ocean's Thirteen. Along with her big screen career, DeWulf has played recurring roles on television's Hawthorne as Nurse Judy, 90210, Girlfriends, and The Hard Times of RJ Berger in addition to guest starring on Chuck, Numb3rs, Reno 911!, and CSI: NY.

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Molly Prather

MOLLY PRATHER is a writer and performer living in Los Angeles. Her television credit’s include How I Met Your Mother, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, Hollywood 411 and TMZ. She has written for Time Out New York, AOL Television, the anthology Have I Got A Guy For You, and numerous fitness videos including Tera Patrick's Fit for Sex. She is a regular performer at Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and IO West. Shows include ASSSSCAT, Worst Laid Plans, Dirty Laundry, Stripped Stories, Four Stories and a Cover, Armando, and The Devil is in the Details. She is a StorySLAM winner at The Moth (Los Angeles and New York). Her solo shows That Girl and Fuck! Marry! Kill! have played at UCB LA & NY, Comedy Central Stage, IO West, Toronto’s Impatient Theater and the Piccolo Fringe Festival.
Mo Collins

Mo Collins

When her son was 2, Mo sold her Minneapolis home, packed up her belongings and headed to LA in hopes of making her dreams come true. Within a year, she landed her big break on MadTV. Since then, Collins has made numerous TV appearances and had a starring role in the 2002 movie "Detective Fiction" which made its debut at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival.

She also appeared in the 1999 short film "Spa" about a woman who enters a spa after being invited there by a relative and refuses to leave. She also appeared in the 2001 film "Factory Accident Sex". Mo appeared in the 2003 film "La La Wood", about the life of Jiminy Glick, as well as a well talked about part in the movie "The 40 Year Old Virgin".

Recently she has a semi-recurring role on NBC's Parks and Recreation as Joan Callamezzo, the host of Pawnee Today, a spoof of NBC's Today Show" as well as making appearances on television shows ,"Family Guy" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm".

Here's one of our favorite Mo Moments:

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Mike O'Hara

Mike O’Hara – is an IO West Alum, having played in the long running troope, Red Shirt Freshmen.

O’Hara has appeared on various television shows such as MTV’s Punk’d, CSI NY, Parks and Recreation, Monk and recently hosted Season 1 of The MLB Fan Cave, a talk show/sketch show for Major League Baseball.

Mike is also the co-founder and lead singer of the Celtic Punk rock band, The Mighty Regis and an Irish Catholic…which makes him PERFECT for a Dr. God Revival.

Here is Mikey O with Rock Legend GEORGE THOROGOOD!

And here is Mikey O rocking out with The Mighty Regis.

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Matthew Lillard

Matthew Lillard, a veteran of both stage and screen, is well known for his performances in over 50 films and television shows over the last 14 years.  With titles like Scream, Without a Paddle, Thir13ten Ghosts and Scooby Doo 1 & 2, Lillard is associated with a number of Hollywood Box Office hits totaling over $600 million dollars in revenue worldwide. He received critical success with independent titles SLC Punk! and Ed Burn’s The Groomsmen and debuted three films at the acclaimed Sundance Film Festival.   In March 2010 he stars with George Clooney in Alexander Payne’s (Sideways, Election) next movie The Descendants.

A graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles and New York’s prestigious Circle in the Square, the award winning actor has been the Artistic Director of theatre companies in both Los Angeles and New York City.

As a Producer, he premiered One of Our Own at the 2007 Seattle International Film Festival, one of only 16 films accepted into the competition.  Spooner, which he Produced and stared in, has earned awards in 8 of the 10 international film festivals it’s participated in. Additionally, Lillard executive produced the film Spanish Judges with Vincent D’Onofrio and Valeria Golino.

Matthew currently resides in Pasadena, California with his wife and three children.

Dr. God 6-7-09 with Mathew Lillard from Neil Garguilo on Vimeo.


Linda Cardellini

Linda Cardellini was born on June 25, 1975 in Redwood City, California. Through her exposure on the critically adored NBC series Freaks and Geeks, Linda Cardellini was singled out by dozens of major publications as one of the most extraordinary young actors in Hollywood, with good reason. As early as age 10, when she was first asked to sing in a school play, Cardellini knew what her future would be.

She immersed herself in school productions and drama classes, getting her big break with a starring role in the television series Bone Chillers. She has also appeared in the films Dead Man on Campus, with Tom Everett Scott and Good Burger.

After breaking into the scene in Freaks and Geeks in the fall of 1999, she starred that season in American Movie Classics' original four-part dramedy The Lot, set in a film studio during the 1930's. The multi-plot story revolved around her character, June Parker, an innocent young Midwesterner who goes to Hollywood to become a star. When AMC opted to continue the multi-part series, Linda re-joined her original castmates for several guest-star appearances, winning repeat rave reviews each time.

Since finishing the series, Linda has worked non-stop in both feature films and theatre. She recently starred in The Unsaid, opposite Andy Garcia and was seen in 2001's Legally Blonde, with Reese Witherspoon. Of course, the role that might be considered her breakthrough is that of Velma Dinkey in the film adaptation of Scooby-Doo. She is due to reprise the character in the 2004 sequel. Meanwhile, she will also appear in Lollilove and La La Wood, with Martin Short.

Linda is also genuinely committed to her first love, theater. She has performed in Europe, starring in the Dutch tragedy Lancelot, a 14th century secular feminist play and only recently translated into English and also appeared in the West Coast premiere of Adam Rapp's award-winning Ghosts in the Cottonwoods.


Julie Powell

While working for the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation in August 2002, Powell began the Julie/Julia Project, a blog chronicling her attempt to cook all the recipes in Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking.[4] The blog quickly gained a large following, and Powell signed a book deal with Little, Brown and Company. The resulting book, Julie and Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen, was published in 2005.[5] The paperback edition was retitled Julie and Julia: My Year of Cooking Dangerously. A film adaptation, also based on Julia Child's autobiography My Life in France, directed by Nora Ephron, and titled Julie & Julia, was released August 7, 2009. Amy Adams stars as Powell and Meryl Streep as Julia Child.[7] Powell's second book, Cleaving: a Story of Marriage, Meat, and Obsession, which details the effects on her marriage of an affair she had after the first book's publication, as well as her experiences learning the butcher trade, was published November 30, 2009.[6]
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John Conroy

John Conroy is a Los Angeles-based writer, marketing & PR consultant, producer and performer. He's written numerous published articles and essays and guest-lectured at USC’s Annenberg School of Communications. As the award-winning director of the Digital Entertainment division for Rogers & Cowan, John provided film, music, technology, and corporate entertainment public relations counsel for such clients as Microsoft and Napster. For the past several years he’s represented the Los Angeles Times for everything from on-going media relations to orchestrating PR campaigns around the annual Festival of Books, Hero Complex Film Festival and Envelope Screening Series. John also works the red carpets for numerous entertainment events including the Grammy and Academy Awards, after which he is frequently spotted looking dapper and vaguely important in TV coverage around the globe.   John regularly performs at the iO West Theatre in Los Angeles with the award-winning EXTRA-STRENGTH and Spin-Off Cinema and created The Dick & The Dame: Improv Noir with Stacy Rumaker as well as the Twitter-inspired all-star ensemble Top Twending Topics. He is also the House DJ, an improv coach, and for the past two years executive producer of the Del Close Awards. His extensive writing and comedy training includes The Groundlings, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Upright Citizens Brigade, Second City and Alexandra Billings.   In his spare time he can be seen being dragged around Los Feliz by Archie (Leach) Conroy, his cartoonishly huge Olde English Bulldogge.
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Guillermo Diaz

Diaz was born and grew up in Washington Heights, Manhattan, the son of Cuban-born parents. In 1994, Diaz landed his first speaking role as "Spike" in Boaz Yakin's Fresh. From there he began working on Party Girl as "Leo", Parker Posey's roommate. His next role was a drag queen (“La Miranda”) in Nigel Finch's Stonewall. In 1996 Díaz worked in Jim McKay's Girls' Town as "Dylan. After Girls' Town, Diaz appeared in I'm Not Rappaport. Diaz played "Paco de la Vega al Camino Cordoba Jose Cuervo Sanchez Rodriguez Jr.", a high school gang member in High School High. He later appeared in Freeway as "Flaco", another gang member. While in Los Angeles, Diaz did guest spots on ER and Party of Five. After finishing work on the west coast, he traveled back east to shoot Brian Sloan's film I Think I Do playing the stoner "Eric". A similar role then opened for Díaz; he scored the role of "Scarface" in the film Half Baked, on the set of which he met Dave Chappelle who later cast him in several episodes of Chappelle's Show. In 1999 he landed a non-speaking role in 200 Cigarettes, and went on to act in Ethan Hawke's directorial debut Chelsea Walls and Just One Time, where as secondary characters he and Jennifer Esposito provided what little "comic spark" existed in the film.[1] Díaz played Guillermo García Gómez, a drug dealer/trafficker, in seasons 3-6 of Showtime's Weeds. In 2009, he started on the NBC series Mercy, where his portrayal of the gay nurse Angel received negative comments on forums for being too flamboyant.[2] He co-stars in the thriller film Exquisite Corpse.[3] In 2010, Díaz was cast as a Latino gangster named Poh Boy in Cop Out, after previously portraying several Mexican thugs (cholos). When asked about about being typecast, he stated "I [used to worry], but not really anymore. Now I’m just grateful that I’m working. I try to make everything different."[4] He has been signed for the 2011 ABC drama midseason replacement, Scandal.[5] Diaz is openly gay but told Out magazine that the fact that he grew up in a rough neighborhood where he hid his orientation, "That facade of being somebody I’m really not just to protect myself definitely helped with acting.”[6] In 2011, Diaz appeared alongside Britney Spears in her music video for her single "I Wanna Go". [7

Grey DeLisle

Grey DeLisle is an American actress, voice actress, singer-songwriter, and comedienne.

To date, she has released four solo albums and has featured on the tribute album Anchored in Love: A Tribute to June Carter Cash and film soundtrack of Loggerheads.

DeLisle has had many, many (no seriously, look it up; holy. shit.) roles in television shows such as Princess Azula in Avatar: The Last Airbender and Mandy in The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.

DeLisle has also had voice acting roles in many computer and video games, such as Yangja and Yoshen in Escape from Monkey Island, numerous characters in Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn, Tomb Raider: Anniversary and Tomb Raider: Underworld as Jacqueline Natla and several Star Wars games. In addition to her numerous English-speaking roles, she also speaks Japanese as the character Yumi in television programme Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi.

Aside from working with Dr. God personal favorite Matthew Lillard on the Scooby Doo cartoons, Grey works on Dr. God's personal favorites anythingrelatedtoStarWarsthankyouverymuch. Oh, and O'Connell loves Harvey Birdman.


Emo Phillips

Described by Jay Leno as "the best joke writer in America," and considered by many, including "Weird Al" Yankovic, as one of the funniest people on the planet, Emo Philips has performed over 6000 times throughout the English-speaking world (including a multi-week run at the Playhouse Theater in London's West End). Since starting out, at the age of twenty, in Chicago in 1976, Emo has had award-winning comedy albums, several cable specials (including an hour-long one on HBO), and many appearances on network television, in both America and the UK. He has appeared in films (most notably, as the table-saw demonstrator in UHF) and has lent his distinctive voice to animated TV shows (such as Doctor Katz, Slacker Cats and Home Movies), but his first love, stand-up, remains his true one.

Efren Ramirez

Since his breakthrough performance as PEDRO in NAPOLEON DYNAMITE, Efren Ramirez has established himself within the Film and Television industry, working nonstop in numerous projects being released over the coming months.

Ramirez has been acting for over thirteen years, playing diverse roles in many television shows including ER, JUDGING AMY, THE DISTRICT, BOSTON PUBLIC, MAD TV, and SCRUBS. However, it was his iconic portrayal of PEDRO that has made him an international superstar. Pictures of Ramirez in character can be found on T-shirts being worn by people of all ages everywhere around the world. Simply by appearing at events on college campuses ensures that thousands of students will converge for a glimpse of their hero.

Moving on from PEDRO has been effortless for this gifted young actor. He soon followed NAPOLEON DYNAMITE appearing in the HBO film, WALKOUT with Edward James, Michael Pena, and Alexa Vega. In this gripping drama, Ramirez plays Bobby Verdugo, a Chicano student from East LA who struggles for better education in public schools throughout the Chicano movement in 1968.

After completing the High School Volleyball Team rivalry, ALL YOU GOT with Faizone Love and Ciara Harris, Efren starred in the back-to-back Lions Gate films, EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH with Dane Cook and Jessica Simpson and CRANK starring opposite Jason Statham and Amy Smart. In this film, Ramirez plays a transvestite, which may be a bit of a surprise for PEDRO fans.

Efren then starred in RATKO as a foreign dictator’s son who travels to the U.S. to attend college and AMERICAN SUMMER as a poolboy who turns an empty mansion into a brothel.

Recently, Efren wrapped filming the 2 person drama, CROSSING THE HEART, starring opposite Kris Kristoferson and due to the success of CRANK, it seemed inevitable that a sequel would be made. Promising to be even more extreme than the original, Efren just wrapped filming CRANK 2 with Jason Statham and  a cameo appearence in GAME with Gerrard Butler.

Collectively his films have grossed over $80 million to date.

Efren Ramirez currently resides in Los Angeles. When he isn't filming, he spends his time practicing his love of spinning records, appearing as a guest DJ in clubs all across the country, and he has just written his first book, “Direct Your Own Life”. He also speaks at high schools and universities across the nation and is involved with several charitable organizations, such as UNICEF, The Red Cross, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and AIDS research.


Drew Droege

Drew Droege is an alum of The Groundlings Sunday Company and has been teaching at the school since 2006. He's also taught improv workshops at University of Southern California, Indiana University, and Wake Forest University, where he obtained a BA in theatre. Drew occasionally performs in The Crazy Uncle Joe Show and Cookin With Gas. His TV credits include The Sarah Silverman Program, Reno 911!, Halfway Home, Campus Ladies, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and lots of internet shorts, including Planet Unicorn, Fagney & Gaycey, and The Chloe Sevigny Series. He can be seen in the upcoming films, Freak Dance (produced by Upright Citizens Brigade and directed by Matt Besser and Neil Mahoney), and Bright Day!, an improvised mockumentary about Hollywood's fastest growing religion. Drew is the recipient of the 2010 Outfest Award for Emerging Talent.
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Dave Holmes

David Robert "Dave" Holmes (born March 14, 1971) is a television personality who gained national attention as the runner-up on MTV's firstWanna Be a VJ contest in 1998. From the beginning, he distinguished himself from other candidates with an encyclopedic knowledge of music trivia. Despite his loss to Jesse Camp, MTV hired Holmes to conduct celebrity interviews. He went on to host several other MTV shows, including120 Minutes, a Real World reunion special, and the popular Say What? Karaoke until 2001. His MTV career lasted about two years longer than Camp's. Post-MTV, Holmes co-hosts Court TV's Saturday Night Solution programming block, and FX's DVD on TV. In 2005 he hosted the CBSsummer series Fire Me...Please. Holmes has also appeared on numerous programs on VH1, including Best Week EverSuper Secret Movie Rules and 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80s. He has also appeared on The Andy Dick ShowComedy Central's Reno 911!The Hughleys, and he appeared as a reporter in the 2005 film Fantastic Four. On July 7, 2007, he co-hosted Bravo's coverage of the Live Earth Concerts with Karen Duffy. He also recently appeared on Most Annoying People of 2008 on BBC. Holmes came out as a gay man in Out magazine in 2002 and is in a relationship with singer-songwriter Ben Wise.[1] On September 23, 2010, Holmes contributed a video to the "It Gets Better" project,[2] spearheaded by advice columnist and gay rights activist Dan Savage.[3][4] Currently, he works on-air at FX, and hosts the daily video podcast A Drink With Dave.

Dan Bakkedahl

Dan Bakkedahl (born November 18, 1969) is an American improvisational actor, comedian and teacher from Chicago's Second City. Born in Rochester, Minnesota and raised in Stuart, Florida, he attended St. Cloud State University in Minnesota before completing his studies at Florida State University where he was a member of the Chi Phi Fraternity. After college, Bakkedahl toured for a year with the Repertory Theater of America. After moving to Chicago, he made a name for himself at the Improv Olympic performing in the influential two-man improv show ZUMPF with his teacher Miles Stroth. Dan went on to perform at the Second Citymainstage, eventually writing “Doors Open on the Right,” Second City’s 90th Revue. In Chicago, he is often noted for having left the Second City mainstage due to artistic differences.[1] Bakkedahl continues to perform regularly at comedy venues such as the Upright Citizens Brigade TheatreMagnet Theater and Second Cityin Los Angeles. Bakkedahl's best known television work was on Comedy Central's The Daily Show where he served as a correspondent from 2005 to 2007. After leaving The Daily Show in 2007, he has since moved to Los Angeles with his family and filmed supporting roles in the films Observe and Report and Horrible Bosses. He also appeared in the Snake 'N Bacon animated special on Adult Swim, which aired on May 10, 2009. In early 2010, he co-starred in the comedy pilot "Our Show" on NBC. Through late 2010 and early 2011, Bakkedahl began appearing in a series of commercials for T-Mobile cellular phones, where he plays a human likeness of AT&T's 3G network. Bakkedahl guest starred as a waiter in an episode of HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm titled "The Hero" which debuted on August 14, 2011. [2] Bakkedahl is a member of the advisory council of the California Shakespeare Theater.[3]
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Damien Fahey

  Damien’s TV hosting resume starts with having been the longtime host of MTV's flagship program TRL. He took over for Carson Daly on TRL in 2002 and in 2004 was hand picked by David Letterman as one of the four TV personalities to take over The Late Late Show on CBS. Since then he has also sat in for Regis Philbin on LIVE! with Regis and Kelly numerous times, and co-hosted I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here on NBC. Damien lent his voice to two episodes of Family Guy called, "Peter's Daughter", & “I Dream of Jesus”. Fahey's voice can also be heard in the animated movie, Robots. He also fills in for Ryan Seacrest on his morning radio show on LA’s KIIS-FM. On the comedy front, he performs stand up in LA and improv comedy regularly with his group triggerfinger while also performing sketch comedy with Top Story Weekly at iOWest. Damien also writes comedy on his fake news blog, The Fahey Chronicles and on twitter. Once, in 2006, Damien stayed off the internet for an entire 19 minutes.      

Chris Wylde

After graduating college Chris moved to Hollywood. He was quickly cast as Barry on Strip Mall on Comedy Central. After that show wrapped he created, wrote, produced, and starred inThe Chris Wylde Show Starring Chris Wylde on Comedy Central. He hosted the game show Taboo based on the popular board game and starred in Filmfakers on AMC. On Filmfakers, Chris reunited with his Strip Mall cast mate Allison Dunbar (The Sopranos). Chris guest-starred on a memorable 2002 episode of Trading Spaces and in 2007 was voted their Funniest Home Owner ever. In 2005 Chris pranked American Idol, posing as a rapping nanny. His antics made it all the way to the judges and on the air. VH1 named it one of the 40 Greatest Pranks in TV History. Chris was the top center square for a week on Hollywood Squares, played Ricky for multiple episodes on General Hospital, and guest-starred on sitcoms, Just Shoot Me!Watching Ellie,Jonas L.A. as wacky radio deejay Mad Man Marty in the Morning, Pair of Kings as Two Peg the Pirate with two peg legs, Good Luck Charlie as shop teacher Mr. Rourke and fast food magnate Corporal Kwikee, and A.N.T. Farm as Mr. Marceau the science teacher/loudest man in the world. In 2005, Chris hosted the Discovery Health Channel show "Is Your House Out to Get You?" He delivers important and serious messages about the common dangers in the home from appliances, electricity, toxic mold and more in a lighthearted and fun way. Chris Wylde created and executive-produced the series Dad Camp on VH1.
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Brett Davern

Growing up in Edmonds, Washington, a life in Hollywood seemed far off, but after Brett Davern began performing in local theatre as a young boy, he knew acting was his calling. While in high school, Brett earned a scholarship to "Stagedoor Manor Performing Arts Training Center," one of the most exclusive summer camps for the performing arts, located in upstate New York. This program features an eclectic group of alumni including Oscar nominees Robert Downey, Jr. and Natalie Portman, Emmy-winner Jon Cryer, as well as stage and screen actress Bryce Dallas Howard. Davern continued to hone his craft in college, studying theatre at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York City. Soon after graduating AMDA, Brett landed the sought after role of "William Messerman" in Chad Lowe's directorial debut, Beautiful Ohio, in which he had the opportunity to work with seasoned actors such as Oscar-winner William Hurt, Emmy-winner Julianna Margulies and Rita Wilson. Since arriving to Los Angeles, Davern has quietly amassed a body of work that encompasses both television and film. Most recently, he wrapped the independent feature Junk, set to hit the festival circuit in the near future. Brett also starred opposite Mathew Lillard and Rachelle Lefevre in the coming-of-age comedy Pool Boys, and played the introverted "Whisper" in the feature film Triple Dog opposite Brittany Robertson and Scout Taylor Compton. His television credits include popular television dramas such as CSI: Miami, In Plain Sight, Medium, and Cold Case, in which he played Kathryn Morris's younger, troubled brother in the recurring role of "Finn." Brett currently has the re-occurring role of "Jake" on MTV's new hit show, Awkward. Along with his daily workout regiment, Brett Davern is an avid snowboarder, wake boarder and enjoys playing soccer, football, and baseball. Davern currently resides in Los Angeles.

Barry Jay

A native New Yorker, Barry Jay moved to Los Angeles where he fell into the “L.A. party scene,” living in a world of late nights and fast food. Barry found his calling when he took a desk job at a popular fitness studio in West Hollywood. Within a year, he became one of the top instructors at the studio. His revolutionary exercise program, combining drill sergeant tactics and a night club party atmosphere, would form the foundation for what would become Barry’s Bootcamp.

Barry is now the Director of Curriculum at Barry’sBootcamp, overseeing dozens of great instructors at our Southern California locations who teach “The Best Workout in the World” to thousands of enlistees 365 days a year.


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Artemis Pebdani

Artemis Pebdani (born August 2, 1977) is an actress best known for her work as Deandra Reynolds' foul-mouthed friend Artemis on It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia. She received her BFA in theatre from Southern Methodist University, and is also an alum of the Dell'arte School of Physical Theatrein Blue LakeCalifornia. Other credits include Miss Artemis: Pet Regressor, an online series on Artemis performs weekly in Top Story! Weekly, a sketch show at I.O. West in Hollywood, California based upon the events of the previous seven days. She, along with fellow It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia recurring cast member Mary Elizabeth Ellis are in an L.A. based performance group Discount Cruise to Hell. She is scheduled to play an alien communications officer named Startemis on Boldly Going Nowhere, a show created by the main cast of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
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Annabeth Gish

Annabeth Gish has hosted the Dr. God Revival show.

ANNABETH GISH is a multi-talented actress with a diverse background in film and television. Gish first gained the attention of critics and moviegoers at the age of 13 in the feature film Desert Bloom. She went on to star in the acclaimed feature film Mystic Pizza with Julia Roberts. Her expansive list of film credits includes Double Jeopardy, the Sundance Film Festival favorite SLC Punk, Wyatt Earp, Nixon, Beautiful Girls, The Last Supper, Coup de Ville, Shag, Steel and the independent film Knots. Other film credits include starring roles in Buying The Cow, Race To Space with James Woods, the independent feature film Pursuit Of Happiness, Morning and the feature film The Celestine Prophecy.

Also well known to television audiences, Gish's television credits include the hit series The West Wing and The X-Files, as well as mini-series and TV movies such as Detective, PBS's Masterpiece Theater classic A Death In The Family, Sealed With A Kiss, Different, God's New Plan, To Live Again, What Love Sees, Someone You Know, Scarlett and True Women, opposite Dana Delany and Angelina Jolie. Gish also starred in the VH-1 original movie The Way She Moves. In addition to BROTHERHOOD, Gish also starred in the mini-series adaptation of Stephen King's novel Desperation and Hallmark Hall of Fame's critically acclaimed Candles On Bay Street.

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Abe Benrubi

Abraham Rubin Hercules Benrubi (born October 4, 1969) is an American character actor known for his appearances as Jerry Markovic on the long-running U.S. TV drama ER, for his first role as Francis Lawrence Kubiac III, aka "Larry Kubiac" or "Kube", on the early 1990s seriesParker Lewis Can't Lose and for his voice acting on the Adult Swim claymation series Robot Chicken. With a height of 6'7" and weighing over three hundred pounds, Benrubi is one of the most easily recognizable character actors in Hollywood. Benrubi's first major role was on the show Wings, as Roy "R.J." Biggins, Jr., Roy's gay son. He would appear as R.J. twice: once during the show's second season, and again during the sixth season, shortly after he began working on NBC's ER. Between the first and second seasons of Parker Lewis Can't Lose, Benrubi and co-star Taj Johnson worked as roadies for No Doubt's first tour. Benrubi starred as one of the main characters in ABC's show Men in Trees, playing bartender/millionaire Ben Tomasson. This was a role where he got noticeably more main dialog and depth than with his previous longtime characters on ER and Parker Lewis Can't Lose, which primarily consisted of supporting dialog. Ben Tomasson was described as "the cuddliest TV character since Jorge Garcia's Hurley on Lost" by TV-critic David Bianculli.[2] Other previous work includes playing Mose in the 2003 western Open Range, a role the actor won because he had been cut out of director Kevin Costner's previous film, The Postman. He frequently voices characters on Adult Swim's stop-motion animation show Robot Chicken, and has also contributed to a second show from Chicken's creators, Titan Maximum. Following the cancellation of Men In Trees in early 2007, Benrubi returned to the cast of ER in late 2008 for the show's final season. Benrubi played a young Dan Conner, the character portrayed by John Goodman, in a flashback episode of Roseanne. Benrubi starred in the short lived (April 2010 to June 2010) ABC show, Happy Town where he played the part of Big Dave Duncan. Almost right after the series's cancellation was announced he appeared in a new show Memphis Beat, where he plays the part of police Sgt. Jody "JC" Lightfoot, a desk sergeant that is 1/16 Chickasaw by a distant relative, but chooses to embrace Native American culture all the same.[3] Benrubi is currently working on an independant film called "To Kill a Memory". In May 2011 it was announced that he would star in Glutton, a "3D psychological thriller" directed by David Arquette. Benrubi will play Jethro, a 1,200-pound man, forced to save his sister's life. Jethro's sister is played by Patricia Arquette, while Kacey Barnfield also stars as his blind neighbour and only friend.

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