Chloe Zwiacher has always been a comedian, but it took her 26 years to figure it out. In the meantime, she studied Creative Writing at Interlochen Arts Academy, and then at the University of Iowa, where she joined the crew team and did sports for a while. She began studying comedy in earnest in 2015, when she enrolled at IBCS, and has not been able to stop since. She is currently a member of ImprovBoston House Team Butter; director of MESA; and producer of Something Wicked: The Bard, Improvised!
Julie is an actor, improviser, and creator residing in New England after ten years in Central Florida. She only knows extremes. You can see her (and read about her book, movie, and video game passions) on instagram at @bookstore_gal. You can also hear her as co-host of the podcast Historical Shade. Thank you to the entire True Tales team for this opportunity, portraying Jackie has been a dream. Wait, has this all been a dream? www.juliannesnyder.com
Noel Naczi first came to Boston as a BC business student. After graduation, he chose to remain in the city as a resident software engineer and jokester. Although normally seen prancing around as part of ComedySportz Boston, he can also be found metaphysically prancing on the historical comedy podcast, Anachronismo!
Meredith Gulley has lent her voice to commercials and documentaries for over fifteen years, eager to jump on both small independent projects and large productions from companies like Nestle. From nine to five she's a marketing professional, but at night, she performs at ImprovBoston on the house team, Ruthie, and on indie teams Rumpus and Phoenix Killbot. She is a proud cat mom to a foundling named Scruff and makes a damn good butternut squash soup
John Serpico, who is thrilled to play The Chief, is a Boston-based comedian and actor. Among John's most favorite projects are his roles in the long-running live comedy shows Magic The Gathering The Show (2012-present), Comedy, America (2014-2019), and Quest (2007-2012). John has also performed at the comedy festivals around the country representing ImprovBoston.
Marc Campasano is a resident cast member at Cambridge’s ImprovBoston (Face Off, Harold Night). He is creator and director of the time-traveling improvised comedy “This Changes Everything,” and has performed with “ClueProv,” “True Defective,” and “Poseidon,” among many other projects. He has lent his voice to many and varied household objects in “Max and Marc are Very Popular,” New England’s best and only googly-eye-based improv show. Illuminati ollominoto.
Ramy Abdelghani is a co-producer of ImprovBoston’s monthly late-night experimental variety show, LaughterRisk. His interest in improv was piqued after applying improvisational concepts to scavenger hunts and live-action “choose your own adventure” games he coordinated with local event planning groups Banditos Misteriosos and BostonSOS. He's also an actor, writer, storyteller, and occasionally performs standup. He plays with indie improv troupe NonBAEnary, writes for Boston Sketch Company, and writes and acts for Mister Bismuth (find them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube with short films on Vimeo and a new webseries at contentfilm.org). His solo sketch comedy has been featured at The People's Improv Theater in New York.
Salvatore (“Salva”) Fabbiano trained in improv and acting between Europe and the US. An avid podcast listener and a geek, he immediately saw something of Pamoun in himself… and just slightly worried about it. Salva can be found performing in scripted and unscripted shows every month in the Boston area. More info: facebook.com/salvatore.fabbiano, IG: sfabb85
Sam Monk is comedy performer originally from Boston now based in Chicago. After performing stand up and improv separately for many years, he now performs using a combination of both. His current project, "I Love/Hate This" is a musical comedy show that has earned praise for both it's humor and musical precision. He would also encourage you to follow The Socially Awkward Crowd Work Comic on Twitter @awkwardcrowdwor.
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Mike has been coming up in the Boston comedy scene since 2017. Improviser, Stand-up, Sketch writer, and now voice actor, Mike prefers to be a well-rounded Jack-of-all-trades. Mike can be seen Saturday nights with Riot Improv at the Rozzie Square Theater in Roslindale, MA, as well as around Boston with his indie improv team, Phoenix Killbot. He is also a regular on the comedy debate podcast, Pick a Side Stupid (recorded live every Friday at Maggy’s Lounge in Quincy, MA), as a writer and debater. The producers of True Tales have described him as “dreamy”, which is true on multiple levels.
Max is a Boston-based comedian and writer. He'd like to claim that the idea for True Tales came to him in a dream, but in fact he carried around a notebook full of bad ideas for over a year before this one worked it's way out. He is engaged to the wonderful Ms. Cargill
He wears a lot of hats for this production mostly because he was the only one with the free time to do them. He regularly performs live comedy in Boston, and you can also find him on the historical comedy podcast Anachronismo!
He is currently writing a solo project about a sasquatch/David Bowie hybrid in the cyberpunk future. It began as a dare and has now grown to an obsession.
Eric Trageser is a writer and comedian living in Somerville, Massachusetts. He co-wrote and appears in the feature-length webseries Content, and has worked on shorts featured at IFF Boston and the Weird Local Film Festival. He is also a founding member of Mister Bismuth, one of Boston’s longest running sketch troupes.