Growing up, Cara had been performing in New York festivals before choosing to study acting at the prestigious Northwestern University. After appearing in the university's acting showcase, Cara landed a 6-month regional tour with Healthworks Theatre Company, as well as performance opportunities with such established Equity Chicago theatres as The American Theatre Company and Apple Tree Theatre. She has performed sketch comedy throughout Chicago and was being considered for the title role in a play produced by David Schwimmer's theatre company, The Lookingglass Theatre, before recently relocating to Los Angeles. Cara can currently be found studying improv with the Upright Citizens Brigade.
Jimmy Heck is a former semi-pro soccer player and began his sports career playing for the San Francisco Vikings. He went on to play soccer throughout the United States and abroad, including countries such as Germany, Belgium and Holland.
A young man of both German and Italian decent, Heck was the Student Body President at his alma mater, Junipero Serra High School, from where he graduated in 2003. He graduated with a BA degree in Theatre Arts, and Legal Studies, from UC Santa Cruz in May 2007, where he appeared in several stage productions. Jimmy Heck is one of six kids.
Kristin Wald was born and raised in Los Angeles, CA and began her journey as an actor, dancer and performer at the age 5, when she decided that she wanted to be Paula Abdul. She then went to study Medical Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison...a logical step (and proceeded to perform in musicals, while not playing with petri dishes, and was nominated 'funniest female' every year). She moved to Chicago and studied acting and improv (Second City) while pursuing a corporate career. Four years later, she's left the corporate ladder and is back in LA loving every minute of this acting journey!
John just made the move to LA from New York City. Major New York credits include: Roundabout Broadway Revival of "Tartuffe," NYC Fringe hit "John and Greg's High School Reunion" (which he also co-wrote), and "Children at Play" for which he was nominated for the New York Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Actor in a Leading Role.