I'm a SAG-AFTRA, UCB and Groundlings trained improviser and sketch comedienne. I was born in South Africa, grew up in San Diego, and have lived in LA for 14 years. I love it here! I was the lead in the viral webseries BAMF Girls Club featured in Jezebel, HuffFo, Entertainment Weekly, among others. I have a BA from USC where I was on the Deans List. I do casting workshops all over town. My favorite clips are usually on my website. I've been in 7 national commercials and many internet spots. I have an orange cat named Thriller and an incurable baking habit.
Chris is a recurring guest star on NBC's "Chicago PD". He also has an active VO career, having voiced hundreds of TV and radio spots for advertisers such as Sprint, Ford, DirecTV and Blue Cross. Originally from Chicago, Chris authored a textbook on the business of acting in the Midwest.
Lynsey Harris first drew attention to herself by performing in front of the curtain at the Camera 7 movie house in Los Gatos, CA. The scattered applause and embarrassed laughter went straight to her head, and two decades later she headed to Los Angeles to make a name for herself. With the unbeatable combination of a degree in theatre performance from SDSU, long legs and a metro pass, she started traveling and working right away.
Her love of red velvet curtains made theatre her first home, and she aced parts in Fluffy Bunnies in a Field of Daisies, The Importance of Being Earnest, One Night Stands, and Play It Again, Sam. Two years ago she co-created One Cent Pictures and wrote, produced and starred in her own web series, Penny, Urned. She is currently in pre-production for her next online endeavor, Spanks.
Recently Lynsey has been cast in a variety of projects, including sketch comedy (Patriots & Porridge), psychological thrillers, (Room 13) and independent features (S.T. 2.0). She is also continuing to appear as a student at UCB and Lesly Kahn & Company, and is an active participant in the S.A.G. Conservatory program.
While nothing in Los Angeles has replicated that early experience at the Camera 7, she maintains a childlike optimism that it is only a matter of time. She also still enjoys cupcakes, dressing up and taking down all the kids at dodgeball.
Wide eyed and pale, Leah made her way to Los Angeles by way of Minnesota (the nicest state in the union, you dick). Today, her eyes a little squintier, she pushes forward to pursue her career as an actor and comedian.
Her background being in Line Producing, Leah decided the most logical decision was to stop telling people what to do on set and start praying that she books that big Vagisil commercial instead.
A meat and potatoes head on her shoulders, Leah continues to work hard every day. Sometimes that means taking classes at The Groundlings and Westside Comedy Theatre, going on auditions, collaborating with fellow filmmakers, or writing new standup material. Most times it just means returning her mother's phone calls.
As of recent, Leah can be seen hosting Defy Media's SUPER FAN BUILDS, performing improv on her main stage team AIR FORCE FUN, as well as seen in original content on YouTube through DUMB OWL PRODUCTIONS. To see more of what Leah's been up to check out her website: http://www.leahkilpatrick.com