We're thrilled to be working with some of the funniest guys to ever pass through Hell's Kitchen. Once you meet them, you'll agree!


After growing up in Texas, serving 2-year Mormon mission in Chile, and getting a degree in acting at BYU in Utah, Dalton moved to NYC. He's been acting and modeling in the city now for three years. You may have seen him in a few ad campaigns. Most recently on Broad City this coming season. @daltonblaine

Dan has appeared in the Warner Brothers film Run All Night with Liam Neeson and Ed Harris and the recent Slamdance hit Future '38.  His other screen credits include the films In Stereo and Chasing Taste, the TV series Blacklist, Law and Order and Royal Pains and the award winning short Suffer The Little Children based on the Stephen King story.  He's also performed off-Broadway at the Public Theater, Atlantic Theater Company and The Cherry Lane Theatre and has worked extensively in regional theatres across the country including the Goodman Theatre in Chicago, the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, CT and the American Repertory Theatre in Boston.

Jeff performs regularly at the UCB Theatre in both New York and LA. He can be seen in films and TV shows like Nightcap, Broad City, Difficult People, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and 30 Rock. Jeff appeared on Broadway in Bloody, Bloody Andrew Jackson and will be back onstage in summer 2017's Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare in the Park). Before becoming an actor, Jeff was a social worker in Denver, Colorado (seriously). 

A long-term resident of the "The HK", you may have seen Matthew in the Broadway revivals of The Ritz and A View from the Bridge; Off-Broadway at Roundabout, Rattlestick, EST, The Atlantic, Cherry Lane, The Vineyard, and/or most recently in the critical and popular hit, Daniel's Husband at Primary Stages; and/or regionally across the country. Matthew's been featured on Law and Order: SVU (x2), Forever, and Gossip Girl, among others. This Summer, you can see Matthew hanging with another gaggle of gays in the feature film Bear City 3.

John-Andrew is an actor and singer originally from Kingston, Jamaica. Appropriately enough he was seen recently in the world premiere production of Marley the Musical (Center Stage). He has also appeared on stages from La Mama to La Jolla. Recent film work includes How to Make Movies at Home. He is a self-described "sassface full of super mega sassiness with a twist of lime."

Mark Sam has been called "one of the city's great comedic storytellers" by Time Out New York. He is a writer/producer at Comedy Central and a writer/performer with several off-Broadway solo shows to his credit, including Blanche Survives Katrina in a FEMA Trailer Named Desire and I Light Up My Life: The Mark Sam Celebrity Autobiography. He has peformed with the UCB Theatre and also starred in Point Break Live!

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