Emily Andosca is an American actress, known for Swamp Murders (2013) and MsTRIAL.

Rishik Patel is an actor, known for 24: Legacy (2016), The Inspectors (2015) and The Resident (2018).



Josh Warren is the Associate Artistic Director of the Village Theatre and Winner of Creative Loafing’s  2016 Best Actor. He studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City. While at UCB he met close friend & fellow collaborator, Tony Award winner Dan Fogler (Jacob Kowalski in Fantastic Beasts). Josh and Dan co-created M’Larky which they wrote and acted in along side Jeffrey Ross and Gilbert Gottfried. M’Larky aired in 2011 on Comedy Central. Josh is also partners with Michael Sokol in their production company Catador Film Co. In the past year Josh created a political satire lampooning the 2016 elections and Game of Thrones called Dany 2016 which multiple episodes made it to the Funny or Die landing page. Josh has worked with Oscar Award winners Clint Eastwood (Trouble with the Curve) and Craig Brewer (Footloose).


Benjamin Lamm was born on November 27, 1984 in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA as Benjamin Patrick Lamm. He is an actor and writer, known for Serenade (2015), Strangers with Faces (2008) and Flowers for the Devil (2009).

Born in Honolulu Hawaii to an Army nurse, Ogden's sense of comedic timing and look upon the world came from the hectic life of a constantly nomadic military lifestyle. At the age of 20 Ogden discovered that improvisational comedy was his forte at Berry College with Easy Baked Improv.


Six months into his acting foray Ogden landed a role in a Terry Gilliam short called The Legend of Hallowdega (2010) and the experience changed his life. He is known for his comedic antics on and off screen and has even been referred to as the walking "morale" of a set.


In 2012, Ogden landed the role of Robert Chamberlin in Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies (2012) as a gun and hatchet toting zombie slayer. The "mockbuster" giant, The Asylum (Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus (2009),Zombie Apocalypse (2011)) along with Richard Schenkman gave Ogden his chance to prove that even a "linebacker with a belly" can be an action hero.