EARL BAYLON is a proud native of Southern California. Born in Los Angeles and raised in Long Beach, he accredits his successes to everyone that has ever influenced his path towards self-actualization. His ancestors were offspring of the primordial soup and despite popular belief did not ride Velociraptors into battle. In addition to his work with Projekt NewSpeak’s SketchComedyShow.com SC^2, he performs monthly with Room to Improv, an Asian-American Improvisational Group. Check him out in the feature film, Brown Soup Thing.”


JEREMY LALAS has been with the group since its inception in 2006 and is looking forward to the new year!


LESLIE-ANNE HUFF discovered her love of entertaining at a very young age. In her very own living room, she subjected her family to one-woman dinner shows starting at age 5. A child prodigy in interpretive dance and make-believe, Leslie-Anne has gone on to do professionally what she would probably do alone in her room anyway.


KRIS CLEMENTE started doing theater in Junior High. Since then, he has performed in a handful of plays and musicals including You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dream Coat. Kris has also has a keen interest in improvisational comedy and has performed with various troupes throughout his life. These troupes include Eastlake High School’s Comedy Sportz League, UCI’s improv troupe Live Nude People (with clothes on), and LA’s Room to Improv. Kris did not start writing comedy until he joined SketchComedyShow.com but has since become passionate about the craft, penning sketches such as “Food Supply”, “Anime Club”, and “Kay Jaxx”. Kris is also and avid singer and guitar player and hopes to one day play original material in front of people. But until, then comedy suits him just fine.


JEENA YI is thrilled to be a cast member of TheSketchComedyShow. Jeena has starred in Phantom Projects production of A Thousand Cranes at the La Mirada Theater, and was an acting intern this past summer season at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum. A lover of theater and food, she would love to one day cook and eat and act on stage and screen all at once. A graduate of UC Berkeley (go bears!) Jeena currently resides in Los Angeles.


JASON OWSLEY is an actor & writer based in Los Angeles.


SURINA JINDAL is honored and delighted to be a part of such a talented cast and crew! She was born and raised in North Carolina and found her calling in LA after she graduated from UNC-Chapel Hill and thought what the heck, I’ll move to LA! She immediately became famous and was asked to be in multiple projects. So so many projects which made her lots and lots of money. Her favorite works were with Matt, Tom, Penelope, Brad, Angelina, and Dwight. If you don’t find her funny, please just give her some sympathy laughs so that she feels loved. Her fondest memories of childhood were the ones where she was being laughed at.


DAVIS CHO has performed for over 500+ shows for two dozen sketch and improv groups. His specialty is in being able to generate 237 dialects and impersonations. Some of his work includes “Zombie Strippers” (Robert Englund & Jenna Jameson), “Hired Gun” (Michael Madsen), “Don’t Hold Back (The Sleeping), “Dead in the Head” as one of the leads, “God is D_ad” (Abraham Lim), Four Fingers of the Dragon (celebfest!), and “Finishing the Game” (Justin Lin). Dozens of commercials. Most recent are Intel, State Farm, Jinro and Orbit Gum (Russia).