New Year's Eve Improv Comedy Tour 2016
Dave Price is the early evening Weather Anchor at WNBC – NBC Universal’s flagship television station. He has been a fixture on national and local television for 20 years. His wide array of broadcast experience ranges from his work in broadcast journalism to guest-hosting Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and appearances on The Late Show With David Letterman and The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. He has performed stand-up around the country and is a sought-after host for events from coast to coast.
One of his most cherished volunteer efforts, though, is his longstanding involvement entertaining U.S. troops serving overseas. For over a decade, Dave has been traveling to Iraq, Afghanistan, Kuwait, Djibouti and military installations around the globe to perform for the troops during the holiday season.
Michael Hitchcock is a Co-Executive Producer and writer on the CW’s critically-acclaimed comedy series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. He was previously a Co-Executive Producer and writer on the multi-award winning series Glee.
Film credits include Bridesmaids, Super 8, Serenity, Wild Hogs, Smiley Face, Pretty Persuasion, Happy, Texas, Heartbreakers, and featured roles in all four of Christopher Guest’s award-winning films Best in Show, For Your Consideration, A Mighty Wind, and Waiting for Guffman. Television acting credits include Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Glee, Idiotsitter, The New Normal, United States of Tara, Men of a Certain Age, Entourage, Party Down, Desperate Housewives, The League, Pushing Daisies and Arrested Development.
Hitchcock is also a proud alumnus of The Groundlings, Los Angeles’ premiere comedy and improvisational troupe, and has also performed comedy improvisation at several United States military bases in Iraq and Kuwait.
Karri Turner was born in Ft. Worth, Texas and raised in Bentonville, Arkansas. She is best known for her nine seasons on the CBS series J.A.G. where he portrayed Lt. Harriet Sims. Other television credits include Heroes, Sarah Silverman Project, X-Files, Suddenly Susan, Carolina in the City, and Kathy Griffin My Life on the D List.
Turner is very involved with multiple organizations dedicated to providing celebrity entertainment to troops deployed overseas. She has participated in 16 overseas tours since 2001 brightening the spirits of men and women serving in such remote areas as Iraq, Afghanistan, Cuba, Korea, Kuwait, Uzbekistan and Djibouti.
She currently splits her time between Los Angeles, California and Nashville, Tennessee where she combines her acting career with her very active support of the men and women serving in the U.S. military.
Jordan Black was born and raised in Kankakee, IL. He is a former writer for Saturday Night Live and is an alum of the famous Groundlings Improv Theater in Los Angeles and his acting credits include The Mindy Project, 2 Broke Girls, Children’s Hospital, Arrested Development and Key and Peele among many others, including a recurring role on Community as Dean Spreck, the dean of City Community College.
Tim Bagley was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, grew up in Madison and Trempealeau, Wisconsin, and Niles, Michigan, before moving to Southern California when he was 17 years old to perform with The Young Americans, while attending California State University, Fullerton. After college came a string of odd jobs before eventually finding his way to the prestigious comedy and improvisational company, The Groundlings, where he wrote and performed from 1990 through 1995, winning two L.A. Weekly awards. In 1993 he was cast in his first feature film, The Mask, with Jim Carrey, and that same year he was cast in his first television show, Daddy Dearest, with Richard Lewis and Don Rickles. Tim’s first job as a series regular on a television show was in 1995 on Howie Mandel’s Sunny Skies, for Showtime. He is currently a series regular on Mr. Robinson, and has recurring roles on Grace and Frankie, and Teachers.
Some notable TV highlights include Transparent, The Comeback, Episodes, You’re The Worst, Workaholics, Web Therapy, The League, Grimm, 2 Broke Girls, Shameless, Southland, Monk, Will and Grace, Wanda Does It, The Court, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and ER. A few notable feature film highlights include Imperfect Sky, This Is 40, Unpeacable, Knocked Up, Operation: Endgame, Employee of the Month, Finding Bliss, Accepted and The Day After Tomorrow.
Cedric Yarbrough’s television credits include Comedy Central hit series Reno 911!, Adult Swim’s Peabody Award winning series The Boondocks, and guest appearances on Curb Your Enthusiasm, Key & Peele, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Arrested Development. Some of his film credits include The Boss, The 40 Year Old Virgin, Get Smart, Four Christmases and Black Dynamite. Cedric is currently starring on the new ABC series Speechless as Kenneth.
Steve Little is a comic actor known for his roles on the shows Eastbound & Down, Adventure Time and The Grinder. Steve is also playing the role of Jim, Miranda’s uncle on the Netflix original series Haters Back Off starring Miranda Sings. Little is best known for his role as Stevie Janowski in the HBO series Eastbound & Down. Little is a member of The Groundlings, an improvisational and sketch comedy troupe based in Los Angeles.