Rob Paulsen is the host of the podcast "Talkin Toons with Rob Paulsen." He is also a very lucky voice actor, with Raphael, Yakko, Pinky, Carl Wheezer and Donatello, among others to his credit (and more coming).
Headline Shirts invited artists from SF Sketchfest to give us their best (and/or weirdest) t-shirt design. We'll produce the winning design, with all proceeds going to the charity of the winning artist's choice! You can vote for more than one design if you want. Voting ends on Feb. 8.
Stoner sensation Luke Lockfeld has been doing stand up in the bay area for over 7 years. His unhindered ability to make people laugh has brought him city-wide fame as well as nationwide respect. Some people thought he was stoppable. Boy were they wrong! His laid back presence and attitude captivates audiences lucky enough to witness the experience that takes place when he takes the stage.
Nico Barredo is a graphic designer with over 10 years experience in SF Bay at the University of the Pacific. Kenny Bourquin is a performer and writer for sketch group Killing My Lobster and a performer in the improv group Chinese Ballroom.
Misha “Trubs” Trubnikov is a comedian sex god living in San Francisco. One could describe him as a "polymath," if one were a fancy professor. “Multi-talented” works just as well. Misha is one of the Bay Area's most unusual performers, which is a tall order, especially considering the fact that he keeps all of his clothes on and doesn't light anything on fire. Although at a slender 5'7 he looks like a wizard's apprentice, he is known for delivering longform comedic anecdotes in a voice that sounds like Barry White.
Paige Weldon is an artist and comic based in LA, as well as co-founder of the online humor magazine and monthly show "The Higgs Weldon." You may know her from stand-upping on LA shows like the Meltdown or Hot Tub, or Bridgetown or Sketchfest, or not at all, in which case she’s very happy to meet you!
Dinah Foley is a doodler and comedian in Portland, Oregon. She's inspired by good dogs who make honest mistakes.
Lauren Lapkus is an actress and improviser best known for her role as Susan Fischer on Netflix’s original series, “Orange is the New Black.” In 2015 you can catch her in Jurassic World, and on a new TBS sitcom called “Buzzy’s." She also performs in Los Angeles with Bangarang! and ASSSSCAT, both at The UCB Theatre.
Cole Stratton is the co-founder of SF Sketchfest and the co-host of the popular Pop My Culture Podcast. Along with Janet Varney, he has written and performed comedic commentary to famous movies for RiffTrax.com.
Janet Varney is a writer, producer, actor and improviser based in Los Angeles. A co-founder of SF Sketchfest, she also hosts the innovative podcast "The JV Club" and is the voice of the title character on Nickelodeon’s "The Legend of Korra." Nikoniko808 is a 21 year old aspiring animation student attending Academy of Art University, born and raised in Hawaii. For more, check out http://nikoniko808.tumblr.com/.
Leah Knauer is an actress/comedian in Los Angeles. She is currently on two House teams (Westside Comedy, Improv Space), a two-woman team ("Not Related"), and also performs stand-up. Leah made this design in honor of Jon Moules, who recently died of addiction.
Barbara Holm is a Portland writer and comedian who has performed at the SF Sketchfest, Bridgetown and Bumbershoot. She has written for IGN, the Portland Mercury, Bitch Magazine, Hahajk, Dorkly, and the Huffington Post. Barbara has written a book called "I Love You; I'm sorry."