Creative Team

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Creator & Co-Director
Claire Ayoub is a writer, director, and genuinely happy camper living in Brooklyn. She created the 2015 viral series, A Series of Comebacks, and launched Try Anyway Productions dedicated to creating educational, empowering, and entertaining content for women and girls. Learn more at
Co-Director & Co-Producer
Lizzy Bryce is a filmmaker and comedian in NYC. She was a finalist of the WB Emerging Directors Program, a Producer in UCB Comedy's Digital program, and currently serves as a Co-Leader of the Manhattan Chapter of Filmshop. Lizzy partnered with comedian Matt Fisher to form Carbonated Films, which produces content for brands and comedians. For more, please visit and
Co-Director & Co-Producer
Matt Fisher is a writer and director in New York City. He and his work have appeared on sitcoms, late night shows, and all the finer precincts of the internet. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and sons.

Cast - Season 2

Public Speaking
Kristen is a New York City-based writer and performer. She currently writes for Full Frontal with Samantha Bee. Previously, she wrote for Saturday Night Live, where she received an Emmy nomination and WGA and Peabody Awards for the show's forty-second season. Learn more:
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New Job
Elyse is an actor, writer, improviser, graduate of American Academy of Dramatic Arts as well as the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York. She's co-host of Speaking of Carrie, the Sex & the City-inspired podcast.  You can find her working bits and background on Saturday Night Live and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Learn more:
Toxic Friendship
Aileen Clark is a comedian, storyteller, pet sitter, and human woman living in Queens. You can find her goofs on the internet at FLAMA, her webseries Las Santeras: The Latina Ghostbusters, and Glamour's body-positive videos where women sizes 0-26 try on clothing trends.
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New School

Alex Song is a writer, actor, and comedian based in New York. Alex has written for TV shows including The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, HBO's Night of Too Many Stars, Comedy Knockout, and more. As an actor, Alex recently had a supporting role in Netflix's The Week Of, directed by Robert Smigel and starring Adam Sandler and Chris Rock. She has also appeared in shorts and sketches for Amazon, Comedy Central, Funny or Die, IFC, MTV’s Girl Code, The Chris Gethard Show, Above Average, and more. Learn more:

Cried at Work
Milly Tamarez is a comedic actress based out of Brooklyn, New York. She has been featured on Vice, BET, Flama, Above Average, Univision, and Comedy Central. She's a creator & producer of the Diverse as Fuck Festival, a comedy festival that highlights diversity. She's one of the founders of Affirmative Action, an all women of color improv team. Her work has been featured in the Daily Dot, HelloGiggles, Galore Magazine, Adweek, CodeBlack Report. Learn more:
Looming Deadline
Glo Tavarez is an improviser, actor, writer and all around good guy living in New York City. She can be seen in Mindy Kaling’s upcoming feature film LATE NIGHT and the upcoming indie feature SAFE SPACES, starring Justin Long and Kate Berlant.  Glo Tavarez cohosts the bi-weekly podcast Second Best: A DnD Adventure where she plays Yolanda a high elf cleric is who gets very high. Learn more:


Cast - Season 1

Performer (First Date)
Aileen Clark is a comedian, storyteller, pet sitter, and human woman living in Queens. You can find her goofs on the internet at FLAMA, her webseries Las Santeras: The Latina Ghostbusters and her live goofs are every third Wednesday of the month at her storytelling show, Jenna & Aileen Think You’re Great!
Performer (First Date)
Lauren Isabel Kahn is a performer and writer based in Brooklyn, New York. Lauren has been performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre since 2016. She is currently a performer on Maude Night with Lake Fire.
Performer (First Date)
Nayomi Reghay is a writer and comedian based in Brooklyn, NY. She is the author of the advice column "Swipe This!" and a creator of The Female Gaze, a live parody of daytime talkshows. For her thoughts on crying, cake, and baby animals you can follow her on Twitter: @nayomir.
Performer (First Date)
Matthew Starr is a writer/comedian living in New York City. Matthew has written for television programs on MTV, MTV2, and TruTV, as well as being a contributor to Above Average, CollegeHumor, Funny or Die, and Splitsider. Matthew is the host of Raise Your Hand, a monthly comedy panel show at Caveat, and a house performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.
Sam Reece is a comedian and writer based in NYC. You can see her at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre every month performing with Girls with Brown Hair and OSFUG. She's written for MTV, Refinery29, and the NBCU Upfronts, and has been featured on Splitsider, The AV Club, Bustle, Refinery29, Funny or Die, Mashable, The Frisky, MyDamnChannel, CBC Punchline, and her mother's Facebook page.
Performer (Job Interview)
Chloe Koser is an NYC-based comedian, actress, and writer. She’s been an actress on UCBT’s Maude Night since 2014. Catch her on The Gift, once a month at UCBHK!
Performer (Job Interview)
Performer (Asking for a Raise)
Lydia Hensler is an actor, writer, and activist. She is also a veteran performer at the Upright Citizen's Brigade Theatre. Check out for more info and upcoming shows. She wants you to know your hair really does look great!
Performer (Asking for a Raise)
Originally from Wisconsin, Becky Chicoine is an actor, comedian, and writer living in Brooklyn. You can catch her in episodes of Netflix’s “Friends From College,” NBC’s “Blacklist: Redemption,” and USA’s “Mr. Robot" or performing at the UCB Theatre with O.S.F.U.G., Girls With Brown Hair, and Theme Party.
Performer (Asking for a Raise)
Maritza Montañez (Performer) is a Brooklyn-based writer and Comedian from California's San Joaquin Valley. She performs at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre and has appeared in videos for MTV, Fusion, Channel 101, CH2, and Clickhole.
Performer (Someone Doesn't Like You)
Sara Feinstein is a photographer and performer living in Astoria. She has trained at UCB since 2011, and been a house performer at their East Village theater for the past two years. You can currently see her perform on Lloyd night at UCB East Village with her team Judy Big Mouth!​ 
Performer (Someone Doesn't Like You)
Chelsea Dallas Falato is an actor, writer and comedian based in Brooklyn, NY. She has released a bunch of funny original content that has been featured on some sites and in some festivals you may have heard of. Watch it all at:
Sue Smith is a New York City-based comedian who has appeared on VH1, MTV, and Lifetime. Her debut stand-up EP, Slutty Pretzel, was called, "a great introduction to a promising young comedian," by Paste. Site:
Performer (Someone Doesn't Like You)
Director of Photography & Performer
Jo Roueiheb is an actor, writer, improvisor, voice over artist, and filmmaker. Shorts she has written and produced have been featured on Funny or Die, College Humor, Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, and Whohaha.  As a filmmaker, her experience ranges from producing, writing, and directing narratives, commercials, and broadcast television. Her work has been seen on The Onion, Saturday Night Live, and Jimmy Kimmel Live. She is currently in post-production on a pilot she co-wrote, co-produced and stars in, titled, I Adore Dolores. You can currently catch her on stage every other week at UCB East Village's Lloyd Night.
Corey Bogus is a student at Hunter College studying Film & Media. He works freelance as a sound recordist/editor and is working to become a writer.
Production Assistant & Performer
Alicia Camden is a stand-up comedian. She co-hosts the relationship advice podcast Invitation to Love with her ex-boyfriend.
Production Assistant
Assistant Director & Stuntman
Robert Lundberg is a Boston-born Brooklyn transplant and photographer, mixed with moving image lover.
Keaton Fisher is a young man who goes to school in Brooklyn. He likes his family and went with his dad to work on a show.