• Casey Feigh

    Casey has experience both in front of and behind the camera, having appeared in over 30 commercials since 2012 and written spots for Jack in the Box, McDonald's, Chevy, E*TRADE, Corona Light, Ram Vans, Keystone Light & more. As an actor Casey's appeared on What We Do in the Shadows, Together Together, Sunnyside, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Movie Show, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Middle, etc. Casey directed and wrote the award-winning short film Beginner's Luck (2020), as well as Karaoke King (2017), I Will Find You (2018), Our Dads Are Friends (2019) and Dropped Call (2021). Casey co-created Mother Mary, a wonderful TV show you can watch if you DM him and promise not to tell CBS he showed it to you. He also has written for NBC, Comedy Central, Pop TV and FunnyOrDie. For more information check out caseyfeigh.com.

  • Cory Willis

    Hi! I began studying at the UCB Theatre (NY) in 2013, then relocated to Los Angeles in 2017. I perform with the "Teacher's Lounge" (7PM the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of every month at UCB Sunset). And you can also catch me performing with my team "Hot Hot Goss" on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 8:30 in the Inner Sanctum. But y'all didn't come here for show plugs (or did you?)... Some of the teachers/directors I've been fortunate enough to study improv under include Betsy Stover, Ari Voukydis, Amey Goerlich, Shaun Diston, Billy Merritt, Shannon O'Neill, Anthony Atamanuik, Gavin Speiller, Michael Delaney, Ryan Karels, Chelsea Clarke, Brandon Gardner, Lydia Hensler and a bunch of other amazingly talented people. I've also studied sketch/characters with Geoff Garlock, Dru Johnston, Frank Garcia-Hejl, and Damian Chadwick.

  • Dhruv Uday Singh

    Dhruv Uday Singh is an actor, writer, director, improviser, and other things you can just claim to be. He recurs as Raj Patil in the Freeform series Good Trouble, Vijay Chandasara in the Fox series Prodigal Son, and has been on shows like Single Parents (NBC), Crazy Ex-Girlfriend (The CW), Jimmy Kimmel Live! (ABC), Adam Ruins Everything (TruTV), The Late Late Show with James Corden (CBS), and starred in movies like Lucky (premiering at SXSW). He was the lead in the CBS pilot "Pandas in New York", and it went to series! Only the whole series was just one episode that never aired. JK it didn't go to series.


    Dhruv performs with Queen George (a graduated Harold team) at UCB, where he sometimes teaches Improv and Sketch. He wrote and performed on the Groundlings Sunday Company, and had a script featured on The Black List. He studied film and creative writing at USC, wrote and performed on Maude Night at UCB, performed in the ABC Talent Showcase, and created the wordless show The Sound of Silence. He was born and raised in Bombay, now Mumbai, India. You can watch him several nights a week at UCB as the co-host of I’m Too Effing High, on Asian AF, Benetton, Assembly, and others.

  • Donald Chang

    Donald is a Southern boy turned NYC comedian, actor and voice over artist. You can see him on ABC's "For Life", HBO's "High Maintenance" and TV Land's "Younger", the feature film “Happy Cleaners”, as well as the webseries “[Blank] My Life”. His previous stage credits include Doctor Chang in John Pollono’s “Rules of Seconds” at Barebones Theatre in Pittsburgh, PA. He was on Character's Welcome Team, Mallrat, as well as on the Harold Team, Calico.

  • Drew Difonzo Marks

    Drew DiFonzo Marks has been on Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Comedy Bang! Bang!, HBO's Funny or Die Presents, Reno911!, and alot of dumb commercials. He is the co-creator, producer, and writer of the web-series "2Bed/1Bath" with over 1 million views, and a former writer for Comedy Central Digital.


    He has been with UCB since 2003 and is on the teaching faculty. He took a year abroad to go write/perform at the 'Boom Chicago' comedy theatre in Amsterdam.

  • Eric Scott

    ERIC is a writer/performer at the UCB Theatre. He's been a member of the UCB improv team, Reuben Williams, since 2004 - now performing as Reuben Starship. Other UCBT shows include: host of CageMatch, "Sketch Cram," "So Obsessed," "Beneath Gristedes," "Bored Silly," "UCBW PPVs," "Jackpot!," "Retraced" and many, many others. In 2020, Eric co-developed a new animated show for Warner Bros that was picked up to series. In 2018, Eric was a producer for Season 1 of VON MILLER'S STUDIO 58, a new comedy/variety show, on Facebook Watch. Past credits include: writer on the new reboot of CELEBRITY DEATHMATCH on MTV2. Cartoon Network's live-action sketch show "Incredible Crew," staff writer for MTV's daily talk show, "It's On With Alexa Chung," MTV's "Anton & Crapbag, "Fox/4Kids' "Viva Pinata," E! Network's "Starveillance," Nick Cannon/MTV's "Short Circuitz," and Comedy Central's "Window Seat." In 2012, Eric created and developed a live-action sitcom for Nickelodeon. During the summer of 2010, Eric co-wrote the UCB Comedy video sketch "BP Coffee Spill," which went viral and was voted one of the top 5 funniest political comedy videos of 2010 by the Huffington Post.

  • Evan Susser

    Evan Susser is a writer from Washington D.C. He was a writer on the TV series Brooklyn Nine-Nine and co-wrote the 2017 movie Fist Fight (starring Ice Cube and Charlie Day).

    Evan has sold TV pilots to CBS, TBS and FX.

    At UCB, Evan co-created "What’s Going On with Mike Mitchell" and was also on the much beloved if completely forgotten sketch team: Up, Up, Up.

    Most importantly, Susser holds the prestigious title of “Commissioner” on the chain restaurant podcast Doughboys and also served as lead reporter for the special investigative episode "Man Bites Dog."

  • Hal Rudnick

    Hal Rudnick enjoys the heck out of performing at UCB. During his time there he's been a part of THE MIDNIGHT SHOW, six different Harold teams, two Maude teams, and countless other shows. Currently he performs monthly in TOURNAMENT OF NERDS, and Characters Welcome. He also enjoys the opportunity to teach sketch and improv comedy at UCB. Outside of UCB he's an actor and writer having appeared all over TV including the shows Key & Peele, Adam Ruins Everything, COMMUNITY and RENO 911! He's written for FOX, FUEL TV, Disney Channel, FUNNY OR DIE, and on many other projects. Check out his popular weekly web show at youtube.com/screenjunkies. He is repped by Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Gersh.

  • Hunter Nelson

    Hunter Nelson is a writer, actor, and illustrator from Houston, TX. Hunter was a tireless member of the Maude team "Legs For Days" for its entire lifespan. He then went on to direct many, many sketch shows at the UCB Theater, including "A Date With Every Boy," Woody Fu's "Too Many Asians," "Jason Gore's Midlife Crisis," and a bunch of shows for The Foundation (all the really good ones). Though it badly messes up his personal life, he is one of the producers/directors/writers of Sketch Cram, a monthly sketch show created from scratch in a single day. Hunter's worked as a staff writer for Onion's video department. He also wrote the mini-series "The Body Genius" for The Truth podcast, which you should probably check out. You can see Hunter perform with his improv team Women & Men every Saturday night at SubCulture.

  • Intensive Los Angeles

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