Emily Maya Mills as Matilda Hewitt

Emily Maya Mills is a Los Angeles-based actor and comedian, originally from San Francisco. She’s appeared on Orange is the New Black, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Key & Peele, The UCB Show, Comedy Bang! Bang!, The Birthday Boys, DICE, Childrens’ Hospital, Parks and Recreation, Harry’s Law, Crash and Bernstein, and some pretty silly television commercials. Her UCBTLA solo show, God Hates Figs, earned praise from the LA Weekly which called it, “…a sagacious autopsy of the frailties and foibles of life,” and asked, “Could Emily Maya Mills be the next Carol Burnette?” The answer is no and the question is blasphemous, though flattering enough to fuel delusions of grandeur for years to come. She’s been featured at SXSW, Sundance, The Eugene Mirman Comedy Fest, Bridgetown, Moontower and was called a “Funny Female to Follow on Twitter” by the Huffington Post. Emily attended Emerson College and once worked as a professional spokesmodel for cherry tomatoes. Her debut stand-up album, By a Thread, is slated for release in spring 2016 on ASpecialThing Records.

Ahmed Bharoocha as Soundman

Ahmed Bharoocha is a stand-up comedian, actor, and member of the sketch comedy group, Dead Kevin. Ahmed released his first Comedy Central Half Hour Special in 2016 and performed stand-up on TBS’ Conan, Comedy Central’s Adam Devine’s House Party, and at Montreal’s Just For Laughs Comedy Festival as part of the New Faces Unrepresented showcase. His sketch comedy group, Dead Kevin, has been featured on Comedy Central Studios, Funny or Die, Huffington Post UK, BuzzFeed and shown regularly at Comedy Meltdown. Along with the other two members of Dead Kevin, Ryan O’Flanagan and Jack Robichaud, Ahmed stars in, writes, shoots and edits the group’s popular online sketches. Ahmed is currently a series regular on Adult Swim’s Dream Corp LLC.

Neil Flynn as Dean Wilderman

Neil Richard Flynn is an American actor and comedian, known for his role as “The Janitor”, in the medical comedy-drama, Scrubs (2001). He currently portrays “Mike Heck” in the ABC sitcom, The Middle (2009). Neil was born in the south-side of Chicago. He is of Irish descent and was raised Catholic. He moved to Waukegan, Illinois at an early age. As a student at Waukegan East High School in 1978, he and partner Mike Shklair won an Illinois Individual Events state championship for “Humorous Duet Acting”. After graduating from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 1982, Flynn returned to Chicago to pursue an acting career. Flynn participated on the nationally-renowned Bradley University Speech Team.