Brandon is a writer, performer, stage director and improv teacher in Los Angeles after 10 years doing all those things in New York. Brandon is a member of the UCB TourCo All-Stars with whom he occasionally performs and teaches workshops across the country. Brandon has been an instructor at UCB since 2009 and has taught workshops in improvisation at theaters and Universities around the world.
Brielle DeMirjian (“Brielle” to friends) is a comedian/improviser/writer from NYC. She is precisely 5’4” but aspires to be 5'7". Her eyes and hairs are brown, her teeth are orthodontically corrected, and her hands are 8mm longer than the universal average. She's been teaching improv since 2018 and couldn't love it more. In the pre-Covid era, she was a house team improviser at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, where her performance was regularly considered "loud" and "while wearing shorts". She also performs monthly with her independent team Current Ex-Boyfriend, who champion emotional commitment, fluid character matching, and calling your mom every Sunday.
Casey Feigh is a comedic actor, writer & director whose films include the award winning Beginner's Luck. As an actor Casey has appeared in The Goldberg’s, Unprisoned, What We Do In The Shadows, For All Mankind, Platonic, Together Together, Grown-ish, Brooklyn Nine-Nine & more. Casey has appeared in over 30 national commercials since 2011 and performs regularly at UCB Theatre with Holy Shit Improv and JV Presents #ThrowbackFriday. For more information check out caseyfeigh.com.
Corin Wells is a LA-based actor, writer, and comedian, JFL New Face (Characters) 2021. She most recently wrote and produced for season 4 of A Black Lady Sketch Show on HBO. She was a writer and performer on Peacock's THE AMBER RUFFIN SHOW. She can be heard on Paramount+'s TOONING OUT THE NEWS, as well as the Adult Swim animated show, TEENAGE EUTHANASIA. Corin has also appeared in digital comedy shorts for Above Average, Comedy Central, and College Humor.
Hi! I began studying at the UCB Theatre (NY) in 2013, then relocated to Los Angeles in 2017. 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.
I've been doing improv comedy professionally since 2001, and have been teaching at UCB for years as well as being/have been a main company performer at UCB LA, iO West, iO Chicago, ComedySportz LA, and ComedySportz Milwaukee. You can see me in various, movies, tv shows, commercials, and podcasts. Take a class with me or any of the other teachers. They're all great!
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 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.
Doug Moe is a comedic actor and writer based in NY. He started at the UCB Theatre in 1998 and has appeared on TV in shows such as Inside Amy Schumer, 30 Rock, and Difficult People. He's the author of "Man Vs. Child: One Dad's Guide to the Weirdness of Parenting."