Andrea Savage

Andrea Savage is a natural talent who shares her comedic light as an actress, writer, producer and director. Andrea also returns to the upcoming final season of the Showtime hit series Episodes as ‘Helen Basch,’ where she has starred for two seasons, and has a recurring role in Season 5 and Season 6 of HBO’s Veep as President Elect Laura Montez. Additionally, she played “Vivian Stoll” on Season 2 of CW’s iZombie. Upcoming, Andrea will be seen in New Line’s comedy The House alongside Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler, which will be released June 30, 2017.

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On the creator side, truTV recently picked up her original series I’m Sorry, which she writes, stars and produces along with Party Over Here and Gloria Sanchez. I’m Sorry follows a seemingly confident, together comedy writer, wife and mom “Andrea” (Savage), who comically exposes her inner immaturity and neuroses through unexpected life situations.  The scripted series is set to premiere in summer 2017.

She has also starred in two seasons of Hulu’s 1/2-hour parody series, The Hotwives of Orlando & The Hotwives of Las Vegas, and in recurring roles on The League, Modern Family, House of Lies, and The Kroll Show.  Additionally, she has starred in and written for the cult television classic Dog Bites Man on Comedy Central.

Andrea’s previous film work includes Sleeping with Other PeopleStepbrothersDinner for SchmucksLife HappensThe Grand, and You’re Not You.

Previously, she wrote and developed the pilot Re-Together for ABC (Jamie Tarses/Sony) and River Dogs for Comedy Central (produced by Gary Sanchez). She has also written pilots for NBC (produced by Jay Roach) and for Fox.  Andrea wrote, produced and starred in both seasons of Funny Or Die Presents on HBO, as well as many other FOD videos, including the viral hit that premiered on The Bill Maher Show, entitled Republicans Get In My Vagina! She also wrote the screenplay Girls Weekend for Castle Rock Films.

Savage hails from stand-up and improv at the legendary Groundlings Theater. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Tom Everett Scott

With a handful of diverse roles, Tom Everett Scott has developed a reputation as one of the industry’s most versatile actors, showing up on the big screen, small screen and stage. The Massachusetts-born actor graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Drama before traveling to New York City to start his career. Scott first came to Hollywood’s attention as the soulful drummer in That Thing You Do, Tom Hank’s feature film directorial debut. Other film credits include Sundance favorite River Red, the drama Boiler Room, One True Thing opposite Meryl Streep, the animated sci-fi Mars Needs Moms, the alien thriller Race To Witch Mountain, the romantic comedy Because I Said So opposite Diane Keaton, family comedy Parental Guidance opposite Billy Crystal, and the award winning La La Land. He is soon to be seen in Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul. Read More

With an impressive and diverse film slate, Scott’s television credits include Law & Order, Will & Grace, Sons Of Anarchy, Er, Southland, Z Nation, How To Get Away With Murder, Reign And Scream. His new series I’m Sorry is set to premiere this June on TruTV.

Scott’s Broadway debut was in the Tony nominated show, Little Dog That Laughed. Scott’s theater credits include a revival of Dead End at the Ahmanson Theatre, Roger Kumble’s smash‐hit production Turnaround and off-Broadway productions of The Country Club and Touch. His love for theater, inspired by such repertory theater companies as The Wooster Group and Steppenwolf, led him and friends to launch aTheaterCo, a New York based theater group focusing on original works. It was through aTheaterCo that Scott became involved with the project River Red, which he initially directed for the stage, then later produced as a film.

Scott made his feature film writing and directing debut with the short comedy Glock which won Best Short Film at the Gen Art Film Festival. He currently resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.

Jessica Elbaum

Jessica Elbaum (Producer) started with Gary Sanchez Productions ten years ago. She has executive produced numerous titles, including Daddy’s Home, Get Hard, and Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, and was co-producer on The Other Guys.  Elbaum’s producer credits include The House, Sleeping With Other People, Welcome to Me, and Bachelorette.  She is also set to produce an as-yet untitled comedy for Universal with Will Ferrell attached to star.

Having made a number of female-driven movies, Elbaum started Gloria Sanchez Productions in early 2014.  She was named one of Variety’s “10 Producers to Watch” shortly thereafter. Read More

Gloria Sanchez’s mission is to focus primarily on female filmmakers and stories.  The first Gloria production was Sleeping With Other People, starring Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis, written and directed by Leslye Headland.  Elbaum is currently in the middle of many other Gloria projects, such as Kristen Wiig’s untitled directorial debut, which Wiig also wrote with Annie Mumolo; the two will star.  She is also producing two films with Annapurna Pictures: Booksmart and The Hustlers at Scores, the latter based on the New York Magazine article of the same name by Jessica Pressler.  Gloria Sanchez will produce Women in Business, starring Emma Stone, Kate McKinnon and Jillian Bell, with Chernin Entertainment.  Elbaum will also produce Plus One through Gloria Sanchez, with Patrick Brice directing and Cecily Strong attached to star. Other projects in development include Relanxious, written and to be directed by Christopher Storer, with Gillian Jacobs attached to star.

Elbaum also just wrapped production on the independent feature Oh Lucy, written and directed by Atsuko Hirayanagi, starring Shinobu Terajima and Josh Hartnett.

Joey Slamon

A Los Angeles native, Joey’s early days working on Jimmy Kimmel Live were the beginning of her career in comedy. Her talents and work ethic were rewarded on the show with illustrious duties such as bartending and buying hemorrhoid cream. Her undying love of the witty and subversive comedy Arrested Development led her to Imagine, working for David Nevins. As Arrested worked its way through various stages of development, from a series to a feature film, Joey was paying a long con, hoping to land her dream job. Read More

Impressed by her other skills (not the stalking), Ron Howard and Akiva Goldsman invited Joey to help map out the company’s ambitious adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower. Her work at Imagine finally caught the attention of Mitch Hurwitz, who asked her to join the staff in rebooting Arrested for Netflix where she earned a Co- Producer title by the end of the season. After the Netflix premiere, Joey got to work re-editing all of the shot footage for a planned “continuation” season of Arrested to air on Fox. She wrote all new voice over and reedited the existing footage; converting the ambitious season to a brand new series of episodes.

With Arrested’s future on hold, she focused on her own projects, successfully selling her inventive ½ hour horror-comedy Trapped, to Starz with Rob Zombie Directing and Mila Kunis Executive Producing. Never to shy away from a full workload, Joey joined the writing staff of Those Who Can’t for TruTv. Over the next 2 seasons, she proved invaluable in helping guide the creative direction of the show and her production/post-production skills were praised by TruTV. When Tru greenlit their latest scripted ½ hour comedy I’m Sorry to series, Joey won over series star/creator Andrea Savage and was named Showrunner/Executive Producer. I’m Sorry premieres this July.