Eli James is an actor, improviser, standup, musician and writer. He currently performs on the UCB Maude Team CHA-CHA, and previously performed on the Maude teams MAMA'S GOTTA GO and LOVER. You may have seen him on TV's "Unforgettable," "Gossip Girl," "Lights Out," Amazon's "Alpha House," and lots of comedy shorts web-wide. His Broadway credits include The National Theatre of Great Britain's Tony-winning production of "One Man, Two Guv'nors" and Alex Timbers's and Michael Friedman's "Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson." His solo show "William and the Tradesmen" has been performed to acclaim in festivals and productions all over New York. His latest solo show, "Imagine All the People: A Survey of Music Business Creeps," is his latest character work. His essay "Finding the Beat" was published in the Random House collection "Twentysomething Essays by Twentysomething Writers," a Boston Globe bestseller. Click the globe for www.eli-james.com.