THEO VON can be seen in his very own Netflix original comedy special titled, NO OFFENSE currently streaming on Netflix. Previously, Theo was the host of TBS’s hidden camera show “Deal With It” from EP Howie Mandel, which ran for three seasons. He also hosted Yahoo’s popular daily recap show “Primetime in No Time” – one of the most-watched shows on the web with nearly one million views per day. Recently, Theo made appearances on @Midnight, INSIDE AMY SCHUMER and WHY? WITH HANNIBAL BURESS.
Theo’s podcast titled, ALLEGEDLY is one of the fastest growing comedy podcasts and is consistently in the top 10 on the iTunes charts. Theo and his completely opposite best friend Matthew Cole Weiss, compete to see who has better “alleged” tales of celebrities, hilarity, trauma, dating, success and failure from their years living in Hollywood.
Theo is the genius behind CrankTexts.com, a website where he texts random numbers and gets into conversations with total strangers. CrankTexts was a weekly featured column on CollegeHumor.com. and has had 10 million page views and averages 18 clicks per visit.
In addition to his NETFLIX special, Theo has had a half-hour Comedy Central special, has made appearances on ARSENIO, “Last Comic Standing,” was the winner of Comedy Central’s “Reality Bites Back,” and “Live at Gotham.”
Gena Gephart lives in Chicago, IL where she pursues writing, stand up, and sketch comedy. Gena’s sharp brand of comedy reflects her quirky, feminist perspective and has been called “awkward in a good way” by several drunk bachelorettes. She has opened for comics such as Jen Kirkman, Brooks Wheelan, and Ralphie May and contributes to Reductress and Thought Catalog. Gena produces a monthly all-lady storytelling show in Chicago called Ladylike and is one sixth of the sketch comedy collective Mean Squad. In her spare time, Gena enjoys writing Facebook statuses that make her extended family uncomfortable and teaching her cat to be less fat.
Antonio Aguilar has performed at comedy festivals such as Laughfest, The Cleveland Comedy Festival and has opened for nationally touring headliners such as Bret Ernst, B.T., Vince Morris, Willie Farrell, Erin Foley, Erik Griffin, Mike Green and others. After moving to Madison, Wisconsin to pursue a liberal arts degree, or as he likes to call it, a customer service degree, Antonio decided he wanted to become a stand-up comedian. After watching him perform for the first time, his software programmer father told him to "be more like Chris Rock," to which he replied "be more like Bill Gates." Solid advice. Some people think he looks like Fez from That 70's Show. Some people think he looks like the woman that killed Selena. No wonder he drinks!