Dylan Carey AKA Groovebox is an improv comedian, actor, voice over artist, musician & producer based in Chicago. A franchise owner of five Dinner Detective Murder Mystery locations, he has trained at Chicago’s Second City, iO Theater, Annoyance Theater and ComedySportz, and has been performing for over 15 years. Dylan has worked with TruTV, Fox, Zanies Comedy Club, McDonalds, Bud Light, Ben and Jerry's, Chili's, State Farm, and has even performed at Carnegie Hall.
Ben is an actor, improviser, and writer. His most recent acting credits include CHICAGO P.D. (NBC) and the upcoming Aaron Sorkin film, THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7. His feature films include SOUL SESSIONS, ROGERS PARK, UP ON THE WOOFTOP, THE FORMULA, and ONE SMALL HITCH. On stage, Ben has appeared in: Polarity Theatre's Hamlet, Backstage Theatre's Waiting for Lefty, and Annoyance Theatre's Glitter in the Gutter. His live comedy credits include The Second City's original sketch revue, Six Degrees of Desperation (Bench Co.) and iO Theatre's improv groups Michael Pizza (awarded "Best New Improv Ensemble " by Chicago Magazine), Owl Farm, Musical Armando, and more. He currently performs improv at iO Theatre with The Deltones and IMPROVISE! Musical Comedy.
T. Murph has established himself as one of today's rising comedians onscreen and onstage. Currently receiving rave reviews, Murph stars alongside Lamorne Morris, Blake Anderson and Sasheer Zamata in Hulu’s comedy series WOKE, which returned for its second season on April 8, 2022. Since the premiere, the show has helped spark important social conversations, while T. Murph has received widespread praise for his role as ‘Clovis.’ Hailed as “scene stealing and hilarious” by ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY and “the most consistently funny aspect of the show” by THE NEW YORK TIMES, T. manages to bring even more energy to Season 2 as ‘Clovis’ returns with a new ripped post-covid body and love interest who might change his womanizing ways. A true powerhouse onscreen and onstage, T. Murph broke out of the Chicago comedy scene and has been quickly rising ever since. He has toured extensively across the country’s most prominent comedy clubs, colleges, and festivals, and has performed at the NBC Diversity Finals Showcase, HBO's American Black Film Festival, New York Comedy Festival, Just For Laughs, and the Second City Breakout Festival, among countless others. With notable television credits such as SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, KEY & PEELE, COMEDY' CENTRAL's KEVIN HEART: THE NEXT LEVEL, GET SHORTY, NBC'S CHICAGO FIRE and BET's COMIC VIEW, T. Murph is stepping into the next chapter of his career and focusing on his passion for acting. T. Murph currently resides in Chicago.
CASEY ROSS is a dashingly handsome, impossibly modest, and surprisingly pale ginger-haired character actor based in the great city of Chicago. Hailing from historic Dodge City, Kansas (home of Wyatt Earp, Miss Kitty, and a McDonald's with a stagecoach in it), trained in Musical Theatre, raised on the comedy of Mel Brooks, and proudly descended from a family of shameless hams, Casey enjoys making people laugh, falling down in new and interesting ways, and writing in third person. He spent the last 5 years in Los Angeles (the one in California), working in several films, commercials, and television productions, none of which anyone has seen. He comes to Chicago to indulge once more in stage work, while still pursuing onscreen opportunities wherever they arise. In the mean time, you can find Casey annoying bartenders throughout the city, and begrudgingly listening to native Chicagoans lecture him on how "this is a mild winter. You ain't seen nothin' yet!"