Mike Betette is a writer/actor/improviser living in Los Angeles by way of Chicago. He has performed improv at colleges across the country with Mission Improvable and on a cruise ship around the world with The Second City. He is one half of the critically acclaimed sketch duo “Superpunk” and has co-produced two improv based pilots for CBS starring Craig Ferguson. Mike has written for CurrentTV’s Supernews! and the Black Eyed Peas’ web-series DailyDips. Most recently Mike was the lead in an independant, improvised film, “Hitting The Nuts: The True Story of the 2009 Scott County Series of Poker” due out next summer.
Jeremiah Christian Shalom Jordan came of age in Indianapolis. After attending Indiana University he headed out to Los Angeles, where he worked as (in no particular order) a tv and film producer, a dog-sitter, an actor, a Williams-Sonoma sales associate, a commercial editor, and freelance writer.
Jeremiah recently moved with his wife, Jennie, to Boston, where she is pursuing a doctorate in Education Policy. This makes Jeremiah really proud. However, he dearly misses his L.A. improv posse.
Irene White hails from the great state of Texas where she graduated from the University of Texas at Austin. She has studied at the Second City in Chicago and IOWest. Her Chicago theatre work includes The All-Female Bonanza at Live Bait Theatre and Chamber Music at the Transient Theatre. Her Los Angeles theatre credits include Blue Window, The Women, The Red Coat and her one-woman show Open to the Public. Irene can be seen on TV in lots of commercials and in episodes of Friends, Will & Grace, Gilmore Girls and Scrubs.
Opus Moreschi is a talented writer and performer, and a considerably less talented internal surgeon. Born in Boston, he soon moved to Connecticut, Colorado, Germany and Belgium. Ostensibly this was because of a stepfather in the military, although close examination of police reports shows unsolved arson cases in every town. Opus attended Emerson College where he majored in debt. Opus has written and appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, The New Tom Green Show, Alf’s Hit Talk Show, as well as shows for MTV, TBS, SpikeTV and Comedy Central. He’s full of laughter and organs.
Tim Jennings was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago where he developed a taste for urban slang, gang violence, and a life on the streets. In 2002, he relocated to Los Angeles where he currently resides. Tim can be seen regularly at IO West performing with Wikipedia LIVE!, The Lusty Horde, and of course, Trophy Wife. By day, Tim writes for X-Play on G4 and has also written for and appeared on shows such as Weekends at the D.L. and Mind of Mencia for Comedy Central.
Eric hails from the Tarheel State via Chicago. He began improvising when he was 15 with Comedy Sportz in Raleigh, NC, and after graduating from UNC Chapel Hill, spent six years in Chicago. In Chicago he studied, performed, wrote, & directed improv, sketch comedy, and scripted theatre with groups including Asterisks, Moat, The Noble Fool Theatre, and numerous Harold teams at Improv Olympic in Chicago, including three and a half years with the acclaimed ensemble The Reckoning.
In Los Angeles, Eric performs, teaches, and is the Training Center Director at I.O.West.
He lives for college basketball season. Go Heels!