Hunter Nelson is a writer, actor, improviser, and illustrator who grew up in Houston, TX. He has studied improv and sketch under Will Hines, Brandon Gardner, Michael Delaney, Kevin Hines, Brandon Bassham, Shannon O'Neill and Anthony King, among many others. Hunter has worked as a staff writer for Onion Digital Studios. He wrote and produced "Who Loves You, Baby?," a surreal tribute to long-dead TV star Telly Savalas, with runs at the SoHo Playhouse and Joe's Pub, and he's directed several sketch shows at the UCB Theater. Hunter currently performs with his improv team Women & Men. His previous UCB House Teams include The Governess, A Sparrow, Big Margaret, Spooky Ghost, Greg, Fambly, and Legs For Days. In the past, Hunter was involved with such storied UCB experiments as "Vantage Point","The Second Macroscene (The Macrocrag)" and "12 Angry Improvisers". SMIRK, Rafael, and Sike are just a few of his highly successful, aerodynamic, and totally defunct indie groups. Currently, Hunter writes an illustrates the serial web comic TASKY JOHN, and improvises David Mamet plays with Terry Withers at secret locations all over the country.