Cindy Chupack is best known as an Emmy-winning TV writer/producer whose credits include Modern Family, Sex and the City, and Everybody Loves Raymond. Author of New York Times bestseller “The Between Boyfriends Book," her new comic memoir about marriage “The Longest Date: Life as a Wife” was released by Viking in January 2014. Currently writing a TV pilot based on “The Longest Date” for FOX, Cindy will write/exec produce, and Jake Kasdan (New Girl, Sex Tape) will direct/exec produce. Cindy is also writing films and preparing to direct her first feature. She had her own column in both O, The Oprah Magazine and Glamour, and she has contributed to Harper’s Bazaar, Allure, Self, Real Simple, Slate, and the New York Times (where she been published twice in the Modern Love column). www.cindychupack.com
Sean performs nightly in Los Angeles whether it’s at a comedy club, bar, or theater. Sean won the 2013 Ice House Comedy Club Talent Showcase in Pasadena, CA and soon after became a paid regular.
In 2014, Sean was selected to perform in the 1st ever San Diego Comedy Festival in San Diego, CA. In February 2014, Sean was the highest rated and viewed comedian on LAFFEST.com and won their first ever Los Angeles showcase at the Hollywood Improv. In March of 2014, Sean taped a set for Comedy Time TV on Hulu.com.
In April and May of 2014, Sean embarked on the successful Great Plains Party Tour where he traveled the Midwest performing 11 sold out shows! In June of 2014, Sean was a featured comedian on Ora TV’s recently cancelled online show, Headline Punchline. Sean also hosts and produces a bi-weekly show named #FreeParking at the Garage in Culver City, CA. Sean has a natural gift for producing. He’s produced full-house shows at the Westside Comedy Theater, Inside Jokes Comedy Club, and the Hollywood Improv. Sean is also apart of the very funny sketch comedy group ‘Bad Mid-Section’ - -They are currently producing and filming many upcoming projects. This February, Sean will be auditioning for America's Got Talent! Check your local listings.
Matt is currently staffed as a writer on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He has also written for IFC’s Onion News Network, GSN’s The Newlywed Game, Comedy Central’s Tosh.0 blog, and was a recurring panelist on The History Channel series I Love the 1880s.
As a stand-up comedian, Matt can be seen on the forthcoming season of Adam DeVine’s House Party on Comedy Central. He has toured with such names as John Oliver and Mike Lawrence and can be seen regularly in New York at the Comic Strip, UCB Theater, and Littlefield.
In 2010, Matt won Time Out New York‘s Joke of the Year contest and his web series with colleague Dan McCoy, 9 AM Meeting, won Best Animated Pilot at the New York Television Festival. In 2012, Matt wrote and starred in The Matt Koff Show, a live sketch show directed by UCB’s Will Hines.
Matt currently lives in Brooklyn, NY without a wife, kids, or even so much as a pet. Pretty sad stuff.
Dave Ross is a stand-up comic and a staple of the Los Angeles comedy scene. He recently headlined both the Hollywood Improv and the Nerdist Theater at Meltdown, and continues to cart his weird blend of intense vulnerability, screaming political commentary and dumb butt jokes around the city and the country, to every festival, club, theater, bar, fire hall and bombed-out stone building that will have him. Once, in Oregon, he performed for four year-olds.
Some things you might know him from: he is the host of the podcast Terrified on the Nerdist Network, a MOTH Grand Slam winner, a storyteller on KCRW's UnFictional, and was recently interviewed on WTF with Marc Maron. You might have seen him on Tosh.0 with his sketch group, WOMEN, which was named the #1 Comedy Act to Watch in 2014 by the LA Weekly and is now making sketches for IFC's Comedy Crib. In 2014, Dave got hammered on Drunk History on Comedy Central, and in a blackout, demanded that everyone in the world be nice to each other. That's pretty much Dave in a nutshell. He loves you. He loves you kind of angrily.
Often described as an "outburst comic", Nick Cobb's comedy is emotional and thoughtful with a physical rant always right around the corner. While a native Memphian, Nick attended Indiana University where he majored in Psychology. After graduating, he traveled Australia working odd jobs, like selling water filters door-to-door. Upon his return home, Nick started hitting the local comedy club because it was always his dream. In no time, Nick won a stand-up competition and moved to New York City. He headlines at clubs, colleges, benefits and corporate events all over the country. Nick recently returned from a college tour throughout the South and has been doing commentary for MTV videos. He has also been featured on AMC's "Date Night". When not performing, Nick dominates Sudoku.