Roni Geva is a proud graduate of Northwestern University. Go Cats.
A recent transplant to Los Angeles, she grew up in Israel, Texas and Chicago and has an awesome Middle Eastern accent when she's mad, tired, or drunk.
Previous stage credits include Gilda Radner in Bunny Bunny (Falcon Theatre), Love, Loss & What I Wore (Broadway in Chicago, Asolo Rep), Frenchy in The Original Grease (American Theatre Company), Lydia in Pride and Prejudice (Cleveland Playhouse), Matilde in Clean House (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), and Little Sally in Urinetown (Mercury Theatre) for which she was nominated for a Joseph Jefferson Award for best supporting actress in a musical.
Roni is an improvisor and has performed at ioChicago, ioWest, Second City's Donny Skybox and with the improvised musical group Baby Wants Candy.
On screen, Roni has been seen in the romantic comedy One Small Hitch, the dramatic shorts Heather and Support, and a whole lot of commercials.
Once, she illustrated a book about premature babies. It was not funny.
Daniel Younathan was born in London to parents of Assyrian Iraqi origin. Assyrians are the Native Americans of Iraq.
Comedy started for Daniel when he starred in his 2nd grade play as Cat in Hey Diddle Diddle wearing a skintight cat suit and black pantyhose. Children and adults laughed at him a lot!
Daniel’s brand of comedy: skittish and campy. Thanks Jim Carrey, Jennifer Saunders, Dawn French, and Rowan Atkinson.
On screen credits include the dramatic short Champion; comedic shorts Pizzaz: Where’s my Movie, Game of Thrones: Behind the Scenes, and Teeth White; and a commercial for Spangle (social media app). He’s also done on stage sketch with Sketch Pool at iO West Theater.
Daniel is an improviser, actor, writer and sometimes a stand up comedic. He studied improv and sketch writing at The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade; and Stanislavsky method in Barcelona, Spain at Escuela de Teatro Nancy Tuñón. He was a hip hop dancer too once with SoulForce Dance Company.