Aman Adumer is a writer and performer from Denver, Colorado. You can see him perform with his UCBLA Harold Team, Leroy and around Los Angeles with his all black Indie team, Arcade Currency. If you see him do a good job call his parents and say so.
Brandon is a writer, performer and improv teacher in Los Angeles. He has been an instructor at UCB since 2009 where he holds the record for most Intro to Game classes taught (116 and counting). The dude loves teaching Game. DAVID, a short film he co-wrote with Zach Woods, was an Official Selection of the 2020 Cannes Film Festival. He has been trying to get a manager for the last eight years.
Julie Brister is a performer, director and teacher living in Los Angeles. She's a longtime performer and teacher from the UCB Theater, since it's early days in NYC and has performed in many shows including her solo-show Fatparts, which she also performed at SF Sketchfest and at Out of Bounds in Austin. Other shows include Showgirls! The Best Movie Ever Made! Ever!, Laid Up, and Put it in You! The Sex-Ed Musical. She's performed with dozens of improv groups over the years and currently improvises with her fellow teachers in Assembly. Julie plays Marva Jefferson on Goliath on Amazon and Daisy the attorney on Review on Comedy Central. Other TV credits include Superstore (NBC), Adam Ruins Everything (TruTV), Transparent (Amazon), Brooklyn Nine-Nine (FOX), Playing House (USA), Parks and Recreation (NBC), The New Normal (NBC), Comedy Bang Bang (IFC), Newsreaders (Adult Swim), Onion News Network (IFC), New Girl (FOX), Good Luck Charlie (Disney), Rules of Engagement (CBS), and Conan (TBS). She has an alarming collection of owls and clowns.
Originally from South Carolina, Ronnie is now a performer based out of Los Angeles. He performs in cities all around the country and you can often catch him with his various groups most notably The Dragons and White Women. He does other things besides comedy but this is a comedy bio so he’ll keep it to himself.
Will has been teaching long-form improv since 2004 at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, at both its New York and Los Angeles branches. He's published a best-selling book on improv called How to Be The Greatest Improviser on Earth. He's also a working comedic actor and has appeared on many terrific television programs. Pretty cool! He's also the founder of this web site.