Mike Still

MIKE STILL is a writer, actor and director whose television credits include ARRESTED DEVELOPMENT (Netflix), SUPERSTORE (NBC), THE MIDDLE (ABC), AMERICAN HOUSEWIFE (ABC), HAPPY ENDINGS (ABC), HELLO LADIES (HBO), DRUNK HISTORY (Comedy Central), THE KROLL SHOW (Comedy Central) and more. He is the creator and star of ABC’s BROKEN, served as writer/producer on the Netflix series MAGIC FOR HUMANS, and is the former co-host of the political comedy podcast HARD NATION on Earwolf, which was a 2017 Webby honoree for Outstanding Comedy Podcast. Mike has been involved with many legendary improvisational comedy teams, including Death by Roo Roo and Baby Wants Candy, which has taken him to a run of sold out shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. You can see him every Tuesday at the UCB Theatre performing with TUESDAY CLUB.

Thomas Middleditch

Thomas Middleditch can be seen as Richard Hendrix, the central character in Mike Judge’s HBO series, SILICON VALLEY, which garnered him his first Emmy nomination for “Best Actor in a Comedy” in 2016.

In 2019, he will be seen in GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS (Legendary/Warner Bros).Read More

Currently, Thomas is touring with Ben Schwartz in their sold out, two-man, hit improv show, MIDDLEDITCH AND SCHWARTZ.

Thomas can also be seen in the hit comedy TAG, opposite Jon Hamm, Hannibal Buress, and Jeremy Renner, THE BRONZE opposite Melissa Rauch, Gary Cole, and Sebastian Stan, ENTANGLEMENT opposite Jess Wexler and THE FINAL GIRLS, directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson. He can also be heard as one of the lead voices in the DreamWorks animated feature, CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS along with Ed Helms, Nick Kroll, and Kevin Hart, directed by Rob Letterman.

Thomas has been featured on THE OFFICE, playing the role of Dwight Schrute’s brother, as well as BOB’S BURGERS, voicing the character Alex.

Other film work includes: THE WOLF OF WALL STREET (Dir. Martin Scorcese), THE CAMPAIGN (Dir. Jay Roach), JOSHY (Dir. Jeff Baena) THE BRASS TEAPOT (Dir.Ramaa Mosley), THE KINGS OF SUMMER (Dir. Jordan Vogt Roberts), THE OTHER GUYS (Dir. Adam McCay), BEING FLYNN (Dir. Paul Weitz), FUN SIZE (Dir. Josh Schwartz) and SPLINTERHEADS (Dir.Brant Serson).

Thomas is also a member of critically acclaimed THE IMPROVISED SHAKESPEARE COMPANY. Like many funny people before him, Thomas came to the U.S. from Canada (British Columbia) but first he made a stop in Chicago and toured with The Second City before moving to New York City for a CBS talent hold deal.

Alison Rich

Alison Rich is an actor, writer, and director. She currently acts and writes on ABC’s The Goldbergs. You may have seen her on Drunk History, Angie Tribeca, The Lonely Island’s Popstar, 2 Broke Girls, Life in Pieces, Other People,and Comedy Bang! Bang!. She was also a series regular on The Lonely Island’s Fox sketch show Party Over Here. She’s written for Saturday Night Live, The MTV Movie Awards, Billy on the Street and various projects for Fox and Comedy Central. Alison recently wrote and directed a digital series called The MacMillan Genius Grant. She’s directed multiple stage shows at UCB including Ego Nwodim’s “Great Black Women and Then There’s Me”. She’s appeared as a New Face for the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival and these days she regularly performs live at UCB.

Adam Pally

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.