Colleen Doyle grew up in Cleveland where she wrote greeting cards and was a part of the cast that opened The Second City Cleveland. She has made appearances in the indie features Close Quarters and Open Tables as well as Shrink and Fresh Off the Boat. Colleen taught at iO Chicago (Teacher of the Year 2014) and performed with the lovely ladies of Virgin Daiquiri, Babymakers and in the first sketch revue at the Mission Theater, Trap.
Isaac Hirsch is a Los Angeles-based comedian with weird-looking wrists. Originally from Ashton, Maryland, his self-deprecating wit and confident awkwardness has endeared him to audiences across the country. He was recently seen performing on The TD Jakes Show on the Oprah Winfrey Network and was also recently seen losing on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire in May 2017. Isaac was featured as an emerging stand-up in the 2017 SF Sketchfest, and has also performed as a part of the Boston and Asheville Comedy Festivals. He won the Washington DC edition of Funny or Die’s Road 2 Oddball stand-up competition in 2014, and was a finalist in the TBS/Rooftop National College Comedy Competition. Outside of comedy, he has no hobbies or interests.
Tania-Lee Bayliss hails from Anchorage, Alaska. She has studied acting with Howard Fine in his Master Class and has been in several theatre companies, including West Coast Ensemble and ACME Comedy Theatre. Her passion is character work and sketch comedy. You can see her perform with The Lounge Act house sketch team.
Jeffrey Thompson is an actor and writer who performs on Gravity and Wasted History at the Westside and also helps produce the Westside Comedy Festival. He teaches psychology at Citrus College, works as a tax preparer, and produces short films with his group, Great Hair Productions. He’s also a huge nerd and can be found playing video games when he’s not performing somewhere in LA or buried under a pile of paperwork.
Brittany V. Gates is a producer/improviser who stumbled into the Westside Comedy Theater back in 2013 and she’s never left. She currently performs on Monday nights on the Westside house team, Gravity, as well as with an all-lady indie team, The Babysitter’s Club. When allowed to leave the theater on temporary release, you can find her playing beach volleyball, reading X-Men comics, and writing/acting in her on-going web series, The Toast. See more of Brittany’s work-release related stuff at somethingfunnyfilm.com.
Phillip Ziff is a writer, improviser, and comedian from NJ. He graduated as a Theater major from Middlebury College and has studied improv, musical improv, and sketch comedy since 2011 at The Magnet in NYC, UCB in NY and LA, and WCT and Groundlings in LA. You can catch him performing with his musical improv team Rosé, in his two-man team Z-Block (with Matt Block), or with the WCT Alley Team Banshees.
Amy Click is a writer, improviser and actor based in Los Angeles. She performs regularly at Westside Comedy Theater in Santa Monica with King Ten.
She has performed at improv festivals across the country and internationally. She has appeared in Buzzfeed videos, commercials and other comedy sketches. She has recently started to journal, on the advice of her therapist.
Dave Hill is an actor, improviser and writer from Chicago where he trained at the iO and Second City. Now living in LA he improvises with Hill Jones and King Ten. His work can be seen on the new NBC sitcom GREAT NEWS as well as multiple other tv appearances including MODERN FAMILY. His voice has been heard on such animated series as AMERICAN DAD, SQUIDBILLIES and THE MOST POPULAR GIRLS IN SCHOOL. He co-wrote, co-directed and co-starred in the feature film THE NIGHT IS YOUNG (now available on Amazon, iTunes and Vimeo!). He has died hundreds of different ways while doing voices for video games. Hundreds.
Amanda Blake Davis is an actress, improviser and writer living in Los Angeles. She trained in Chicago and is a veteran of The Second City etc stage where she wrote and performed in five original revues, including Disposable Nation, Campaign Supernova and Studs Terkel’s Not Working, for which she won a Jeff Award for Best Actress in a revue. She recently performed Twist Your Dickens! at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City in the role of Tiny Tim, et al. She was part of the hit show Undateable at The Second City Hollywood and can currently be seen improvising with The Armando Show and the House Team HeyDay! at iO West and Baby Wants Candy at UCB Sunset. She is also a rotating comic at Flappers Stand Up Comedy Club in Burbank.
Amanda writes for Wabbit! the Bugs Bunny reboot on Cartoon Network. She co-wrote 50 Shades! The Musical, an original musical parody based on the book 50 Shades of Grey, which had its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in the summer of 2012 and is currently touring both nationally and internationally. It began it’s Off Broadway run in March of 2014. In 2011 she co-wrote and performed the original musical Broads on Boards at the Annoyance Theater.
She is one third of In Bed Together, which creates and produces their own web content. Their videos are featured on Funny or Die.
Amanda is a member of Actors’ Equity and SAG. She is from Auburn, Massachusetts and graduated from Providence College in Rhode Island with a BA in Humanities.
Commercial representation with Reign Agency, Los Angeles. 310.396.6462
Theatrical Management with Puddle Management, Los Angeles. 323.596.1619