Steve Berg is an actor and improviser who was most recently seen in New Line’s comedy feature "Tag" starring Jon Hamm and Rashida Jones. His credits also include recurring roles on NBC's "The Good Place," ABC's "The Goldbergs," Comedy Central's "Idiotsitter," and BET's "The Comedy Get Down." He has appeared in two features for director Joe Swanberg -- the Netflix Original "Win It All" and the indie "Digging For Fire" which premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Other credits include Mike White's directorial debut "Year of the Dog," Jared Hess’ "Gentlemen Broncos," and Joss Whedon's digital series "Dr. Horrible's Sing Along-Along Blog." Berg has been a drunk narrator multiple times on Comedy Central's "Drunk History" and was a series regular in the Fox Television pilot "WTF America" produced by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer. Berg can next be seen in the indie "When Jeff Tried to Save the World." He is originally from Omaha, Nebraska.
Felicia Day is best known for having created the highly successful original digital series “The Guild” (PGA nominated for “Best Web Series”), which she wrote, produced, and starred. It has generated millions of views and was one of the first projects to ever be successfully crowd-funded.
She starred as a lead character alongside Neil Patrick Harris in Joss Whedon’s online project “Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog,” which was ranked in the “Top 10 Best TV of 2008” by Time Magazine, Entertainment Weekly, and People Magazine, winning an Emmy in 2009.
Felicia has appeared in numerous sci-fi and fantasy television series. She currently recurs on CW’s “Supernatural” and on SyFy’s highest rated series “The Magicians." As a voice actor, she can be heard on such series as "Skylanders", "Stretch Armstrong" and "Adventure Time".
Colton Dunn is a series regular on the NBC series "Superstore" where he plays ‘Garrett’. Last year Colton was seen in features such as "Lazer Team 2" and the Universal comedy hit, "Blockers" opposite Leslie Mann, John Cena and Ike Barinholtz.
Prior to that, he was a series regular in the Rob Lowe/Rob Riggle pilot, "The Pro" for NBC. He also recurred on "Parks and Recreation" and "The League" and has appeared on Fox’s "Brothers", NBC’s "Save Me" and Comedy Central’s "Pretend Time."
He was a writer and recurring performer on "MADtv" and "The Arsenio Hall Show," performed at the Aspen Comedy Festival and Just For Laughs, and regularly performs at the UCB Theatre. Colton also wrote and performed on the hit Comedy Central series "Key & Peele."
Janet Varney is an Emmy-Nominated actor, comedian, writer and producer. She can currently be seen fighting dark forces opposite John C. McGinley on IFC's, "Stan Against Evil" and generally being a horrible person as Becca on FXX’s "You’re the Worst." In the animation world, she was lucky enough to be the award-winning voice of Korra on Nickelodeon’s critically-acclaimed standout hit "The Legend of Korra." She also created, wrote and stars in the IFC series "Fortune Rookie."
She is a regular performer on Paul F. Tompkins’ Spontaneanation podcast in addition to hosting her own podcast The JV Club with Janet Varney, where she interviews celebrities about their awkward teenage years.
In addition to numerous guest roles in television and film (both in character and as herself), Janet co-created, co-wrote and co- produced "Neil’s Puppet Dreams," a series featuring Neil Patrick Harris and his puppet-filled dreams, and can be seen on Geek & Sundry’s "Escape!" which she hosted and produced.