Shari Albert was born & raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She graduated from the Philadelphia High School of Performing Arts and then from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, studying at the renowned Circle In The Square Theatre's conservatory program. She has been described in the business as a "comedic actress with depth". This is revealed in her breakout performance in Edward Burn's The Brother's McMullen that won the Sundance Film Festival's Grand Jury Prize in 1995 and launched Shari's career. Since then Shari has appeared in three other Ed Burn's films, She's The One, No Looking Back and had a lovely role playing Matthew Lillard's wife in The Groomsmen. She's also done numerous Indie Films, most recently A Little Help opposite Jenna Fischer. She's tested for a bunch of TV pilots, booked some guest spots including: King of Queens, Ugly Betty, Law & Order, Royal Pains and has appeared on in the theatre on the stages of New York, Los Angeles and Paris, France. Shari was nominated for an LA Ovation award for Best Supporting Actress for her role of Rachel in Modern Orthodox. Shari can be seen and mostly heard on commercials all over the world. She has voiced animation and narrated TV shows.
Jessica Blank is an actor, writer and producer. As an actor, Jessica appeared regularly as the lead's loudmouthed big sister in the CBS series Made In Jersey. Additional TV credits include The Mentalist, Bored To Death, Rescue Me, Law and Order: CI, The Bronx Is Burning, and several more. Her film work includes The Namesake (dir. Mira Nair), You're Nobody Till Somebody Kills You (prod. Spike Lee), The Exonerated (dir. Bob Balaban), and several indies including On The Road With Judas (Sundance) and Undermind. She has acted on stages throughout New York City and Los Angeles and has several films forthcoming in 2015 including #Horror (with Chloe Sevigny and Tim Hutton), Creative Control, Police State, and Cassanova Was A Woman.
Johnathan is from the Poconos, went to Penn State, then moved to NYC where he began to take improv courses at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. He has appeared on The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, MTV's I Just Want My Pants Back, NBC's Next Caller, Nickelodeon, was a host for the first season of Morgan Spurlock's Mansome, commercials and other stuff. He was a lead in the indie film Director's Cut which signed for distribution, was re-edited, and renamed to Let's Make a Movie. Fernandez booked a role in the film The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby, starring James McAvoy and Jessica Chastain, it comes out in the Spring of 2014. He gets to punch James in the face. Johnathan was just seen in an episode of MTV's Hey Girl and on season three of HBO's GIRLS. Fernandez's current video sketch team named "Bumbershoot" consistently gets featured on dailymotion.com's front page, and he is a player on the UCB's first ever weekend sketch team, "Stone Cold Fox". Johnathan is ecstatic for having been a part of Good Medicine and cannot wait for you to check it out!
Paul Juhn is an actor and writer who has worked extensively in NYC and beyond. Theatre credits include: Good Person of Szechwan (Public Theater/La Mama), Takarazuka!!! (Clubbed Thumb), Vengeance Can Wait (P.S. 122), after the quake (Berkeley Rep), SIDES: the Fear is Real (Mr. Miyagi’s Theatre Company), wAve (Ma-Yi), White Chocolate (The Culture Project). Film and T.V.: Person of Interest, 30 Rock, SALT, The Americans, Good Medicine, Michael Clayton, Law & Order, award-winning short film "Works of ART". MFA in Acting, UCSD. Love to Lucas and Aleece.
Jeremy has done a whole mess of theater; lots of Promo voice over (Fox Sports 1, Comedy Central, ESPN, HBO, Discovery, History Channel, Adult Swim); a couple of cartoons (T.V. Funhouse, Sealab: 2021); He narrates shows for Discovery, NatGeo, and History Channel. He voices video games (Lost Planet 3, World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, GTA5, Star Wars: The Old Republic); he’s been on T.V.. (Law & Order S.V.U., Strangers With Candy, Sopranos, Rescue Me, and Walker, Texas Ranger. You heard me. WALKER, TEXAS RANGER); he’s even in some movies (Staten Island, Radiant, Parting Words). Jeremy Schwartz is whatever you need him to be.
An Indian born and raised in Texas, Akaash Singh is a nationally touring stand up comedian who is quickly working his way up to becoming a household name. His comedy is driven by cultural differences, an intense pride in his upbringing, and a desire to challenge the audience. His first spotlight came on MTV's New Year's Bash in 2011, where he poked fun at the year's biggest pop culture stories alongside the cast of The Jersey Shore. MTV Desi then piloted him in "The Desi Weekly" in 2012, and in 2013, he was on the hit show Failosophy. He was also on Fuse TV's highest rated show Video on Trial, and he can currently be seen on The Bracket on the MSG Channel, as well as "Writer's Block", a web series on MTV Desi, which he wrote and created. This year, he can be seen on the HBO show The Leftovers, and of course, Wild N' Out on MTV2. Akaash is also a writer on multiple shows in the MTV Family, including The Hook Up, Jobs That Don't Suck and the acclaimed Charlamagne and Friends talk show.