Andra spent her formative years in Romania, which is where she gets all her immigrant stories, as well as a few reasonably good recipes for borscht. She has liberal arts degrees from NYU and The New School and in 2014 co-developed an animated series about immigrants for Mondo Media which aired on Adult Swim Canada. She has since worked on other pilots, branded content, and various sketch teams including Femmebot PhD.
Jessica is a native Angelino, who has performed all over the world. She sang and danced her way into preschoolers hearts with the musical kids show, The Jumpitz. Jessica is most recognized for her work in the Buzz Feed Parody Videos, “People Try Heroin For The First Time” and “Couples Shoot Each Other For The First Time.” In 2010 she starred as Alice in the Off-Broadway production of Alice in Wonderland in New York. Jessica took improv, storytelling and sketch comedy classes at Upright Citizens Brigade - LA and the Pack Theater. She wrote and performed with the sketch team 100% STUFF (TPT, Austin Sketch Fest, SF Sketchfest, LA Scripted Comedy Fest.) Her ultimate dream is to be just famous enough to be on Dancing With the Stars.
Julia is a comedy writer living in Los Angeles. She is a writer and performer on sketch teams at The Pack Theater (Femmebot PhD) and The Nerdist School Stage (The Money Pit). She hosts a variety show at the Pack Theater every month with her improv team, Scene Kids. Before moving to Los Angeles in 2014 she lived in Turkmenistan for three years, teaching English as a Peace Corps Volunteer. She has a BA in gender studies from Dartmouth College which is not a useless degree because she writes a lot of feminist sketches.
Kate Rappoport was born in Poland and moved to Chicago at the age of nine. She started performing in high school, graduated from Boston University with a BFA in Acting, and spent a semester at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts. Kate studied improv and comedy writing at The Groundlings, iO West, and UCB Sunset. She performed with the San Francisco sketch group Killing My Lobster in 2015 and at SF Sketchfest in 2016. Currently you can see her star in a series of videos for Scary Mommy and Kroger, and be featured in the shows Santa Clarita Diet and Dyke Central. Strengths: deadlifting, sleeping 8 hours a night, great Charles Manson impression. Weaknesses - ice cream, binge watching Netflix, picks nose too much.
Kandice Martellaro is a comedy writer and performer based out of Los Angeles. She graduated college in 2011 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Film Production from The University of Colorado at Boulder. Since then she has written for the 2016 CBS Diversity Showcase, she has worked on a variety of branded content for the comedy website Funny Or Die and she has worked on internet videos for Legendary Digital including Nerdist, Geek and Sundry as well as Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls. Kandice has written for National Lampoon's The Final Edition podcast, Kian and J.C.’s live tour titled “Don’t Try This at Home,” the horror/comedy, Stan Against Evil on IFC and Hulu. Kandice is a proud member of Femmebot PHD, specifically because it’s the first time in years that she’s found a group of weirdos that have a sense of humor akin to her own.
Nicky Urban is Michigander/Floridian with a BA in Theater. After spending some time working in theme parks, she made her way out to L.A. where she writes/performs sketch comedy and original characters. Nicky has studied and performed at The Pack Theater, and UCB. Sometimes her friends from back home DM her about seeing her on Tosh.O once. She can queef on command and will do it if you ask her to (and even if you don’t ask). You can see Nicky perform live on the reg monthly in Los Angeles at The Pack Theater with the badass sketch team Femmebot PhD and formerly with the all female/non-binary collective sketch coven, The Bacchus.
PHOTOGRAPHER: TERRY BRUCE HERRING