Robert King (WGA/SAG-AFTRA/AEA) is a writer/actor living in NYC. His performing career began with stand-up comedy and improvisation at New York’s UCB theater. The Manhattan Repertory Theatre produced Robert’s first play, Boys Cry Too, and his award-winning solo show, Halfrican-American, was performed Off-Broadway at the Barrow Group Theater. He created the web-series Common Sense Police, which was the runner-up at the 2013 NYTVF. Other scripts Robert has written have been finalists in the Austin Film Fest, and both the New York and Hollywood Screenplay Contests. He was also a recipient of NBC’s Diversity Award winner. As an actor Robert has been seen on various television shows from Law & Order: SVU to The Blacklist, independent films, and on stage with both contemporary and classical pieces. He has a great Will Smith impression, but more commonly gets mistaken for Carlton.
Lorraine Cink is an actor, comedian and writer. Currently, she is the host and writer of videos at Marvel.com including The Watcher, The Marvel Minute and other various live events. You may recognize her from viral videos like “Miss USA – Should Math Be Taught in Schools?” or “Just Go Outside”. She performs live in NYC with the PIT house teams Hello and Hero Complex. More at lorrainecink.com
Evan Kaufman is a comedian, writer, and director living in Brooklyn™. His recent work includes winning Best Acting at the 2015 NYC Fringe Festival for improvised musical show “Your Love, Our Musical!” directing short videos for Dunkin Donuts and winning Comedy Hack Day’s 2015 Hackathon. You can learn more about Evan and his debilitating root beer addiction at EvanKaufman.com or follow him @EvanKaufman