Hailing from Livingston, New Jersey, Adam Pally has quickly found his place as both actor and comedian in Hollywood. Pally is widely known for starring as Max Blum in the ABC cult hit comedy series “Happy Endings.” Before starring in MOST LIKELY TO MURDER, he was also seen this year starring in films such as BAND AID and THE LITTLE HOURS which both premiered at Sundance. Prior to this year, he starred in and produced the film JOSHY which premiered at Sundance in 2015 and MIDDLE SCHOOL: THE WORST YEARS OF MY LIFE in October. Previously, Pally was a series regular on Fox’s “The Mindy Project” for two seasons playing the fan favorite role of Peter Prentice as well as the lead in Fox’s “Making History.” In 2015 he also starred in indie dramedy NIGHT OWLS, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival as well as SLOW LEARNERS which he starred in alongside Sarah Burns. Pally is a graduate of the New School in New York and currently resides in New York.
Casey Wilson was a series regular on the sitcoms Marry Me and Happy Endings. She was twice nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award for her performance on the latter show, and Variety has called her one of the “Top 10 Comics to Watch.” Most recently, Wilson starred opposite Busy Philipps in the NBC pilot The Sackett Sisters, which was executive produced by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock.Read More
Before that, she was cast as the lead role of the ABC pilot Hail Mary. Wilson’s other recent television credits include Tig Notaro’s Amazon series One Mississippi, Hulu’s The Mindy Project, as well as Black-ish, Fresh off the Boat, and Grey’s Anatomy, all for ABC. Wilson co-hosts the hit podcast Bitch Sesh with Danielle Schneider, which they are currently developing as a television series for E! Wilson was a featured player on Saturday Night Live for two seasons and has guest starred on HBO’s Bored to Death and How I Met Your Mother on CBS. Wilson also stars in the Hotwives series, a Hulu original comedy, taking place in a different city each season. The second season, Hotwives of Las Vegas, premiered in August 2015. Wilson’s most recent film credits include The Long Dumb Road, directed by Hannah Fidell; The Disaster Artist, directed by James Franco for New Line; Why Him? directed by John Hamburg for Twentieth Century Fox; and The Meddler with Rose Byrne and Susan Sarandon, which was released by Sony Pictures Classics. She has also appeared in David Fincher’s Gone Girl, Christopher Guest’s For Your Consideration, Nora Ephron’s Julie and Julia, and Kyle Alvarez’s indie feature C.O.G. which is based on a short story by David Sedaris. Wilson hails from Alexandria, VA, and is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. After graduation she co-wrote and performed (along with best gal pal June Raphael) the two-woman sketch comedy show, “Rode Hard and Put Away Wet” at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York and Los Angeles. The show ran for eleven months, was an official selection of HBO’s U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, and was listed as a Critic’s Pick in TimeOut NY. Wilson and Raphael’s comedy partnership branched out into the film world. They co-wrote Bride Wars starring Anne Hathaway and Kate Hudson. They played the leads in Assbackwards, an indie female road trip comedy, which they also wrote together. The film was directed by Chris Nelson and premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.