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Victor Cruz (G, various characters) was born in Portsmouth, Virginia, raised in the heart of the South Bronx in New York City and attended SUNY Purchase College. He’s been performing in comedy clubs on the NYC circuit since he's been 16 years old. The day before he graduated from college, Victor landed his first TV role on HBO’s The Sopranos. He went on to do a series of national commercials, TV shows and films including: The Taking Of Pelham 1,2,3, Disney’s The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, CBS’s Person of Interest, Blue Bloods, Law and Order and most recently finished filming Steven Soderbergh’s latest film The Bitter Pill, which will be released in 2013. Plad

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Richie Bulldog (Plad, various characters) is a veteran comedian and has performed on the NY Circuit at Carolines, StandUp NY, Gotham Comedy Club, Def Jam Comedy Showcase and many more. Covered from neck to toe in tattoos, he is also the founder of Richie Bulldog Certified, an international tattoo art and artist registry, and tours innternationally as an MC (and tastemaker) at countless tattoo conventions. Marv

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Dante Nero (Marv) attended Brooklyn Tech as well as SUNY at New Paltz. After spending thousands of dollars on education, he entered the lucrative business of male exotic dancing. A long time martial artist, he later began earning money as a Pit Fighter in underground street fights. In 2000 he began his journey in stand up comedy. With his philosophical perspective and insightful commentary Dante has worked his way up the NYC comedy scene. A regular on the former Patrice O’Neal Show, and with appearances on The Chappelle Show as well as various other TV shows and movies, he also can be seen on Comedy Central in the movie Fighting with Channing Tatum. K Deuce

Born and raised in Brooklyn, Wil Sylvince (K Deuce, various characters) honed his explosive comedy act in NYC's top clubs: The Comedy Cellar, Comic Strip Live, Caroline’s on Broadway, Stand-Up NY and the Gotham Comedy Club. One of the nation's top-booked college comedians, he's also been handpicked by comedian heavyweights Damon Wayans, DL Hughley, Chris Tucker, Kat Williams, The Wayans and Bill Bellamy to tour the country. On camera, he's been seen on BET’S Comic View, HBO's Def Comedy Jam, Showtime at the Apollo, was a regular on the Patrice O’ Neal Show, Damon Wayan’s The Underground and a contributor to The Chappelle Show. lightnin

Gil T (Lightnin' Rob, Carly Carl, various characters) has been entertaining audiences since the age of 15, most notably as "Dark Gable Most", one half of the comedy team The Most Brothers where he headlined at top venues all over the world including The Taj Mahal, Tropicana, Bally’s, Dangerfield’s, Caroline’s and more. Working alongside a who's who of comedians like Chris Rock, Jeff Ross, Dave Chappelle, Martin Lawrence, Kevin James and Ray Romano, he’s appeared on HBO’s Def Comedy All-star Jam, The Apollo Comedy Hour, Showtime's Comedy Club, BET and Straight Up, which he wrote and starred in. lele

Leesa Dean (Ms. Ki, Lele, creator, writer, animator, various characters) See bio in Crew section below. thedick

Jordan Brown (The Dick, various characters) Jordan Brown is a veteran Writer/
Journalist/Actor based in Harlem NYC. The DC native has also called Los Angeles, Chicago, Memphis, Pittsburgh, PA, Oslo & Bergen Norway "home." Mr. Brown spent many years as Senior Producer at ABC, worked as War Wire Editor at Fox News Channel & Business Radio Producer at Black Enterprise. Since 2005, he has been Publisher-Editor of The FREE Jordan Brown JOBS Report His personal mission is to help fellow creative media people find employment in these troubled times!

Leesa Dean (creator, writer, animator, Lele, various characters)
Born and raised in the Bronx, Leesa Dean attended Wesleyan University and has a BFA. Her underground comic book, Chilltown (Xeric Award winner for Best Indy Book), has been featured in The Source, Spin & Vibe Magazines as well as numerous national newspapers and radio. Primarily a writer, she's sold a number of television scripts—including ones to HBO producers Two Oceans Entertainment and BET—but was always "in development." Frustrated, she taught herself how to animate five years ago and, solo guerrilla-style, completed three full series: Chilltown, The Danger Squad (debuting 2014) and Lele's Ratchet Advice Show. Since launching, Chilltown has been named one of "Five Web Series That Should Be on Your Radar" by ABCNews/Univision and a "Show to Watch" by Tubefilter. The Lele character (whom she writes and voices) has been tapped to do the weekly 60 Second Wrap Up, a comedic entertainment report, on urban radio station Rhythm 105.9fm. She is a regular contributor to and a contributor to

DJ Wally Pish Posh (original music, Chilltown Theme song)
Experimental Hip Hop & DnB producer DJ Wally aka Pish Posh from Queens, NY stormed the scene in 1995 with his signature gritty sample based sound and was quickly signed to the legendary Rawkus records in 1997. He has remixed a myriad of well known artists from Alicia Keys to Black Star (Mos Def & Talib Kweli) to Nina Simone. Wally has also done tracks for CL Smooth, Ice T, Tame One, Dusted Dons,The Jungle Brothers, Luscious Jackson and countless others. Since the 90’s Wally has been a successful DJ touring the world performing in every major city. Wally is responsible for composing theme songs for various successful television shows such as Basketball Wives and Hip Hop Honors on VH1 and Gangland on The History Channel. Wally comes from an era when record companies manufactured records and CD's and didn’t solely rely on web based sales. His discography is immense and has seen releases on over 30 different labels worldwide.

Rotten Peppers (aka Big Pepp) is the MC on the ChilltownTV Theme Song