Peter Farrelly and his brother Bobby have garnered notable and global commercial success with their heartfelt and raucously funny films. Loudermilk is Peter’s first series in the world of television.Peter made his directorial debut in 1994 with the film Dumb & Dumber. A commercial success, Dumb & Dumber went on to gross over $246 million worldwide. Read More
Building off the overwhelming response to the film, Peter continued to define comedy with the Golden Globe Nominated There’s Something About Mary starring Ben Stiller, Matt Dillon and Cameron Diaz. Peter’s catalogue of additional hits includes Kingpin; Me, Myself & Irene; Shallow Hal; Stuck On You; Fever Pitch; The Heartbreak Kid; and Hall Pass.
The Three Stooges, released in 2012, fulfilled a lifelong dream of the brothers to adapt their childhood icons for the big screen. Peter’s most recent film was Dumb & Dumber To, the sequel to the smash hit, Dumb & Dumber. It was released in November 2014 marking the 20th anniversary of the original film. Written by Peter, Bobby and Bennett Yellin and directed by the Farrelly’s, the film reunites Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprising their beloved Lloyd and Harry roles.
Up next for Peter is a feature film entitled Green Book and a television series entitled The Now starring actor Toby Kebbell.
Peter has also published the novels Outside Providence, The Comedy Writer, and the children’s book, Abigail the Happy Whale. He is a graduate of Providence College and the Master’s creative writing program at Columbia University.
2016 proved to be a busy year for Ron Livingston. He filmed the original series Loudermilk in which he stars for the Audience Network. The scripted half-hour comedy series from Primary Wave Entertainment, Peter Farrelly and Bobby Mort will air exclusively on both DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse in the fall of 2017. Additionally, Livingston recently wrapped production on Producer-Director Jason Reitman’s latest comedy Tully starring opposite Charlize Theron.Read More
Over Thanksgiving week Ron appeared on TBS’s Search Party along with Ali Shawkat, Rosie Perez, Parker Posey and Christine Taylor. Other recent credits include Columbia Pictures “The 5th Wave” along with Chloe Grace Moretz, Liev Schreiber and Maria Bello and “Shangri-La Suite,” in which he plays Elvis Presley in co-writer/director Eddie O’Keefe’s fictional story about a couple who meet and fall in love in a mental hospital and set out on a cross country road trip with the intent to murder Presley.
Up next is the crime thriller “Shimmer Lake,” directed by Oren Uziel and stars Wyatt Russell, Rainn Wilson and Rob Corddry. Livingston may be best known as the star of the cult hit “Office Space.” Directed by Mike Judge and starring opposite Jennifer Aniston, the film has gone on to become one of the industry’s best-selling film/DVD rentals of all time. Raised in Iowa, Livingston graduated from Marion High School and attended Yale University. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
Will Sasso is reunited with Director Peter Farrelly in the role of “Ben,” opposite Ron Livingston on the new series, Loudermilk, coming to AT&T’s flagship Audience Network this fall. He first worked with the Farrelly Brothers as “Curly” on the 20th Century Fox feature, The Three Stooges, alongside Sean Hayes as “Larry” and Chris Diamantopoulos as “Moe.” Read More
He also stars in Amazon’s much anticipated pot comedy, Budding Prospects, as well as recurring on Comedy Central’s Another Period, and just wrapped a guest star opposite Larry David in the new season of Curb Your Enthusiasm. Sasso will soon be seen as “Mountie Ray Archambault” in Super Troopers 2, with further recent credits include the films, Hit By Lightning, opposite Jon Cryer and Army of One, starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Larry Charles, as well as Showtimes’s hit series, Shameless and ABC’s Modern Family.
Sasso’s affinity for comedy was inspired from a young age by such iconic television shows as SCTV, Saturday Night Live, and Monty Python’s Flying Circus, along with a heavy dose of the Kids in the Hall through his adolescent years. Growing up in Ladner BC, a suburb of Vancouver, he booked roles in television and film as a teenager, making his small screen debut on the CTV series Neon Rider. While still in his teens, Sasso starred as the quirky “Derek Wakaluk” on the award-winning Canadian dramatic series, Madison, and soon landed big screen roles in Happy Gilmore and Beverly Hills Ninja, starring Chris Farley.
Eventually, Sasso moved to Los Angeles where he would ultimately join FOX’s sketch comedy series, MADtv, where he starred for five seasons. Sasso enjoys taking part in social media across various apps on the internet. He also has a podcast as well as a YouTube channel because that’s in a bio and you just read it.
Bobby Mort is an Emmy and WGA award-winning writer for his work on The Colbert Report. His first TV writing gig was for the Bozo the Clown Super Sunday Show, which involved devising a variety of ways to hit people in the face with pies. He’s also the co-author of the holiday hit, Second City’s Twist Your Dickens, which has played around the country annually since 2012, and recently had successful runs at Chicago’s Goodman Theater and The Kennedy Center Theater. Read More
Before moving to Los Angeles, Bobby was involved in Chicago’s comedy scene as part of the improv group People of Earth and the sketch trio, Maximum Party Zone. But Bobby’s not all about the laughs, oh no, he’s not. He’s also the screenwriter behind the action smackstravaganzas Circle of Pain and Beatdown and the upcoming post-apocalyptic thriller, Scorched Earth.