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Kevin & Steve
Kevin Heffernan (Farva in “Super Troopers” and Landfill in “Beerfest”) & Steve Lemme (Mac in “Super Troopers” and Fink in “Beerfest”) are two members of the Broken Lizard Comedy Group and creators of films such as “Super Troopers,” “Beerfest,” “Club Dread” & “The Slammin’ Salmon.”
Brian is a working actor, writer, director, filmmaker, and teacher in Los Angeles. His first feature film as writer/director, “Killer View,” was purchased by Fabrication Films/Grindstone Entertainment. “Killer View” is the first feature film in history to be shot exclusively on a disposable video camera.
Sean is an actor, writer, producer, and improviser living in Los Angeles. He is one of the founding members of the comedy group Dr. God. Sean worked as one of the writers on their first feature “Bloodsucking Bastards,” in which he also plays the Janitor.
He has performed thousands of live shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Boston, Providence, Austin, Phoenix, and even across the border in Montreal. He also performs in numerous other shows at iOWest in LA and teaches improv classes to the young and impressionable.
Sean will surprise you with back flips.
Justin Ware works as a screenwriter, producer, actor, and comedian in Los Angeles. He’s written numerous scripts for major studios and television networks including “Amazing Girl” for Paramount (Ian Bryce producing), “The Wakeup Call” for Fox (Millar Gough) and multiple rewrites and assignments for Nickelodeon and Disney Channel. His Disney Channel movie, “Cloud 9” was one of the highest rated family movies of the year, and he’s currently writing another project for the network, “Alex Unlimited,” based on the Tokyopop series of books.
Stevie Ryan is an American actress and writer who starred in the VH1 sketch comedy series “Stevie TV” where she was known for her original characters and her powerful impressions.
When she’s not acting, Stevie appears on various programs as a guest personality and regularly writes on a number of television series.
Neil Garguilo a working television actor, writer and producer based out of Los Angeles and is one of the founding members of the comedy group, Dr. God.
In addition to his vast experience onstage with improv and sketch comedy, Neil has appeared on G4′s “Attack of the Show,” VH1’s “Stevie TV,” CBS’s “The Bold & the Beautiful,” and dozens of commercials. He is a regular panel guest on several ‘talking-head’ comedy series and currently plays the role of Principal Cox on the People’s Choice Award winning MTV comedy series, “Awkward.”
David was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. He then attended Colgate University in Upstate New York. After graduation, he worked in New York and then Mexico and finally settled in Los Angeles, California.
He has produced well over 300 hours of television programming so far in his career and has appeared on IFC, AMC, Comedy Central, and the TV Guide Network, among others. He currently works as an Executive Producer for “MOCKpocalypse,” as well as on-air talent.
Known as the “Queens of Commentary” Frances Callier and Angela V. Shelton aka Frangela have been seen on VH1’s “Best Week Ever,” CNN, Dateline, TV Guide’s “Ultimate Countdown,” the hit film “He’s Just Not That Into You,” and Hulu’s “Quick Draw.” Listen to their podcast “Idiot of the Week” on iTunes.
Steve is an American comedian, actor, and writer known for his role as Steve Myron on the Comedy Central series “The Sarah Silverman Program.”
Steve has written on over 300 episodes of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and regularly performs standup across the country. He recently appeared in the first episode of the Comedy Central standup series “The Meltdown with Jonah and Kumail.”
Tim Jennings is a Los Angeles based comedy writer and improviser. In addition to “Mockpocalypse” his credits include appearances on G4, “Stevie TV,” and a stint as an extra on “Gilmore Girls,” where he played a student council member clearly making himself more noticeable on camera. Tim can be seen regularly performing around LA and can lift up to 20lbs easily.
Tommy Bechtold is an Actor/Comedian from Rochester NY.
He has appeared on “Glee,” “Smash Cuts,” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” And he currently plays the role of Kenny on the ABC series “The Middle.”
Catherine Rietman comes out of the Groundlings Sunday Company and the “Improv Olympics” and can currently be seen recurring on the upcoming USA Network comedy “Benched,” “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia,” and her web series “Breaking It Down.”
She has also hosted several television shows including the VH-1 series, “Miss You Much,” and has appeared in such films as “Bad Boys Crazy Girls,” “Post Grad,” “I Love You Man,” as well as “Knocked Up” and “My Super Ex-girlfriend.”
Currently employed at “Conan,” Jimmy has appeared on hundreds of television shows as a comedian, actor, and a snarky talking head. Before embarking on a career in front of the camera, he worked for MCA Records, which doesn’t necessarily translate to mean that he has good taste in music.
He has 3 comedy albums out, with the most recent, “Sprezzatura” having reached #1 on both iTunes and Amazon Comedy charts.
You can hear him twice a week hosting his award winning podcast “Never Not Funny” available at nevernotfunny.com.
Dave is a comic, actor, writer, and television personality based in Los Angeles, CA. After working for 5 years as an MTV VJ, Dave has hosted shows for CBS, Bravo, Comedy Central, Court TV, E!, FX, History, TV Guide Network and many others. He is a contributor to New York Magazine, a performer at Upright Citizens Brigade, IO West, and Second City theaters.
His blog “American Aquarium Drinker” was listed by Paste Magazine, The Huffington Post, and AfterElton.com as one of their “must-read” comedy blogs, and he was recently named one of NPR’s 10 Favorite Pop Culture Personalities. He’s a frequent guest on such podcasts as “Never Not Funny,” “Comedy Bang Bang,” and “You Made It Weird” and is a commentator on many TV shows.
Ryan Stout is a well-crafted and seasoned comedian who has performed all over the world. A regular guest on “Chelsea Lately,” Ryan has also appeared on “Conan,” HBO’s “Funny as Hell,” Comedy Central’s “Live at Gotham,” and his own half-hour special: “Comedy Central Presents… Ryan Stout.”
AXS TV recognized Ryan’s talent and chose him to host “AXS TV’s New Year’s Bash,” the “2014 Grammy Prediction Special,” the “Best Of” episodes of “Gotham Comedy Live,” and LIVE coverage of all of the biggest parties in New York City leading up to Super Bowl XLVIII on “AXS TV’s Super Party.” Ryan is thrilled to be returning to AXS TV for a second season of “MOCKpocalypse!”
On the big screen, Mary’s appeared opposite George Clooney in “The Descendants,” and is currently filming the feature film “Freeheld” with Julianne Moore, Ellen Page, and Steve Carell. On the small screen, she recently appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s new series “The Knick” as a drunken, racist, Irish grandmother, and is best known for her work on “Reno 911” and “The Daily Show w/Jon Stewart.” On the smallest screen, she is one fifth of the web series “Bitter Party of Five.”
Dana & Julia
Dana Min Goodman & Julia Wolov are the Creators of MTV’s “Faking It” and the Comedy Central’s number one web-series, “Biaches.” They have been breast friends for 20 years. They are heterosexual.
Haley Mancini is a writer, actress, and comedienne. Besides “MOCKpocalypse,” you may have seen her on shows like “Mad Men,” “Weeds,” and “24.” You can check her out as a series regular on ABC Digital’s new show “Paper Dolls,” for which she was also a writer. You also may have caught her as the host of HULU’s long-running “The Morning After.”