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The Cast

  • Zoran Gvojic

    Writer, Director, Co-Creator, Narrator, Various Roles

    Zoran Gvojic is a writer, director, editor, actor, motion graphic designer, colorist, cinematographer and human being from Downers Grove, Illinois. He is the creator of Lowcarbcomedy.com, a video production company that has made almost 100 short films including such viral videos as “Passion of the Benny Hill,” and “Saw IV”. If that wasn’t enough he is also the co-creator of the comic book: Mystery Afoot. Which tells the story of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster teaming up to start a detective agency. Furthermore, he is the co-creator of the radioplay series: Lance Cunningstrong As an actor Zoran was part of the sketch comedy group: Long Pork, that opened for such famous folks as Harold Ramis and Rachel Dratch. He is a graduate of The Second City, I.O., and Annoyance training programs. His favorite film is Tremors 2: Aftershocks.

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  • Dave Schneider

    Writer, Co-Creator, Various Roles

    David Schneider is a student finance operations manager for a proprietary education company that focuses on university and career training programs in Schaumburg, Illinois. Since 2007, he has gained extensive experience in the leadership and development of a staff of over 70 individuals and process/project management. Some of his major accomplishments have been serving as project manager for a third party servicer implementation that affected over 60,000 students nationwide, creating and developing an internal leadership program for a department of over 200 individuals and leading the centralization of numerous processes while maintaining a flat headcount across his teams. David graduated from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign in 2005 with a major in Economics and received a minor while studying abroad in Granada, Spain. He grew up in Downers Grove, Illinois and currently lives in Chicago. He recently started an herb garden.

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  • Mark Kleinfelder

    Sound Design, Sound Mix, Co-Creator

    Was too busy to write a bio.

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  • Steve O'Brien

    Lance Cunningstrong

    Steve O'Brien hails from Portsmouth, NH where he was raised to live free or die (hard). When he wasn't consuming an inordinate amount of pizza in Chicago, he found time to train at iO and the Second City. You may have seen him in commercials on tv or online with the sketch comedy group Team Submarine. He currently lives in Brooklyn, NY where he co-hosts A Comedy Show at Alligator Lounge every Tuesday night. He's appeared on MTV and has written for Film.com and Comedy Central. He's also the proud owner of the Back to the Future trilogy on Blu-Ray, DVD, VHS and Laser Disc. He's delighted that Lance Cunningstrong is back in action!

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  • Charley Carroll

    All the McCallisters

    Charley Carroll is an actor/improviser/director around the city of Chicago. Charley was born and raised on the Greek-like island of Mypos, where he eked out a living as a shepherd and dreamed of a better life in America. Charley is a naive, optimistic, well-meaning person; as the great American actor Bronson Pinchot once said of him, "...he looks at the world like a four-year-old" and "sees the world as benevolent". These traits, along with his ignorance of American culture, sometimes get Charley into difficult or dangerous situations, with Larry, his cousin, invariably coming to his rescue. However, Larry soon realizes that for all Charley's naivety and cultural malapropisms, he otherwise is a very intelligent and courageous man of many talents who often saves the day himself. Find Charley on the internets at all the links below and remember "don't be ridiculous!"

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  • Paul Lotz

    Police Chief Hollerjones

    Paul Lotz is an aspiring voice actor and former reality television star. He starred opposite his family in the E! Series "Lotz of Lotz". Although it received critical acclaim for its raw look into the life of a middle class family dealing with mental illness, it was scorned by audiences for being too depressing and was cancelled after an Alabama man committed suicide after viewing an episode. His television credits may include Family Guy, The Simpsons, and Bobs Burgers. Anytime you hear a throat clear or sneeze, you're hearing Paul. His commercial credits include Taco Bell and Maybelline. The role he is most well known for is the role of "The Chief" in the Lance Cunningstrong radio serials.

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  • Caitlin Garibaldi

    Daisy Cunningstrong

    Was too busy to write a bio.

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  • Jake Cameron

    Harrison Ford, U the Alien

    Was too busy to write a bio.

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  • Megan Leuenberger

    Commercial Mother

    Was too busy to write a bio.

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