My improv team, Bishop, just shot a super fancy pilot for the web. You can see us here in studio in front of the green screen. I had a blast working with the very capable cast and crew, and can’t wait to do it again!
Highlights definitely include Clay smashing Taco Bell into my face for 5 minutes straight, playing the Kardashians’ dog, and working with dynamo Chelsea Heath.
Tonight, come see Gristle (me, Peter Berube, Clayton Froning, & Eden Malyn) at ComedySportz LA at 8:00 PM.
Then, I’m immediately heading over to the 10th Annual LA Improv Comedy Festival, which is in full swing at iO West. See Riverboat Gamblers (me, Apul Patel, & Blake Walker) tonight at 9:00 PM in the iO West Loft.
|Ladies and Your Gentlemen! After an extended sabbatical hunting large game across the Dark Continent, the brave men of Gristle have returned. They will perform a show that will dazzle the senses, tomorrow night!
The Start-Ups is the latest and greatest production from Lord Dynamite Films. The improvised pilot stars the core ensemble from Lord Dynamite, which made the feature film Thanks for Dying earlier this year.
The series centers around loosely organized criminals in Los Angeles, brought together by the current economic downturn. I play Lars Gunderson, an ex-special forces soldier who is out of his element in civilian life.
The cast of The Start-Ups includes, but is not limited to:
The film was written and directed by Peter Berube, and co-produced by Peter Berube and Danny Shelby
The third installment of the webseries, Buddy Action Therapy, is now listed as a User Pick on the Funny or Die homepage! Check it out:
The third installment of Buddy Action Therapy stars Tom Christensen, Clayton Froning, and Kayla Morissey with Peter Berube, Jeff Perkins
Buddy Action Therapy is directed by Danny Shelby
I play the cuckolded husband in the new sketch M for Mustache, written by and starring fellow Lord Dynamite cast member Clayton Froning. The project was directed by Danny Shelby, and is a co-production of Lord Dynamite Films and Shelby Films.
This marks the third time I have appeared on the front page of Funny or Die!
Today, I portrayed a cuckolded husband in the comedic short, M for Mustache. The piece was written by Clayton Froning, a fellow ensemble member from Lord Dynamite.
Inspired by Fronings’s real life mustache, a vestige from his role as Giles Rodney in Thanks for Dying, the short centers around a man whose life is overrun by a sentient mustache. The project was directed by Danny Shelby, who collaborated with Froning and Christensen on the webseries, Buddy Action Therapy.