Betsy is the co-creator and producer of Accomplice. In 2004, she and her brother Tom conceived of the Accomplice concept after being on a walking tour of the Lower East Side. As a child, Betsy loved scavenger hunts and knew that the mystery of surprise and intrigue, often lost in adulthood, was a great concept to build on for entertainment. Betsy is eternally grateful for the talented improvisational actors and hard-working crew that have made Accomplice a reality.
Quinlan is the Creative Director of Accomplice the Show, and also the Creative Director of a cool baby named Koa.
Sarah is the Head Stage Manager of Accomplice, and could Photoshop you under the table. Like, she could literally edit a photo of you so you appear to be under a table. She also produces podcasts.
Kyle Adkins is an actor, playwright, and educator from Orlando. Favorite roles include Officer Lockstock in “Urinetown” and Callahan in “Legally Blonde.”. His plays, “Emilia and the Heart of the Amazon”, “The Magic Paintbrush”, and “Prince of Poyais” have been performed thousands of times for young audiences and performers. He teaches acting and comedy writing at The American School in Switzerland.
John is so happy to be an Accomplice player. Film/TV credits include 30 Rock, Mozart In The Jungle, Webcam, The Onion Sports Dome. John’s monthly stand up comedy showcase Heavy Metal Laser Plane is free(!) at Legion Bar in Brooklyn – come check it out! He lives with his beautiful wife Courtney in Bushwick.
Freddie B is an Entertainment TV Host from Nashville, TN. He has been on various platforms (Cheddar, BET, WeTV, HQ Sports to name a few) Live and Taped! He loves to review Movies and give advice on his Instagram so follow him @FreddieBTV. He’s on Twitter, too. Follow him within the next 60 secs or this message will self destruct.
Jes Bedwinek is an NYC based actor/comedian and is thrilled to be returning for another wonderfully wacky season with Accomplice! NYC: Wishbone (Luna Stage), Mary Jane’s Pa (New Perspectives’ On Her Shoulders Festival), A Footnote in History (Anecdota at The New Ohio Theater), The Nocturnist (The Habitat). Regional: Queens of the Golden Mask and Love Quest (Ivoryton Playhouse)The Long Weekend and The Great Kooshog Lake Hollis McCaullie Fishing Derby (The Lake Theater). Alum of Second City and The Moscow Art Theatre at A.R.T. TV/Film: “A Mother’s Will” (post-prod), “Parental Pride”, “Homeland” (Showtime) and “The Deuce” (HBO). MFA from The New School for Drama. www.jesbedwinek.com.
Dave Buscema loves using this character-laden city as a stage and its passionate inhabitants and visitors as co-stars. A UCB improv grad, Dave’s performed at many NYC venues, and created Turntable Time Travelers, at the PIT. He’s appeared in theater, film, and been featured on TV’s Grave Mysteries and Mysteries at the Museum. Dave enjoys teaching improv to all levels and is available for workshops or parties. Not necessarily to entertain; he’s just open to meeting new people.
A graduate of the great University of Missouri, Dewey is an actor, concert tenor and comedian. Some favorite credits include: Finian’s Rainbow (Irish Rep), The Will Rogers Follies (Goodspeed), Oklahoma (TUTS), The Story Pirates! (Worldwide), Brigadoon (Iroquois Amphitheatre), and Dear World (York). Dewey is a proud member of Actors’ Equity and SAG/AFTRA, prouder husband to Tammy and can be found at www.thedewey.com.
John Cannatella is a veteran of stage, screen, and television, enacting the roles of Aaron Burr and Ivan The Terrible for The History Channel. He is an actor, director, and playwright in residence at The Westchester Collaborative Theatre and The Woodstock Fringe Playwrights Unit. He has been a member of the Accomplice family from the beginning, enjoying the camaraderie, respect, and affection shared by the cast and production team alike.
Jen Clark is a BK-based wild, whimsical, effervescent comedian, character actor, improvisor, award-winning filmmaker and kült leader delight!
Jen performs stand up all over the city and is stoked to be returning for a fourth season with Accomplice The Show and for a second season as a competitive improvisor with ComedySportz® New York.
Jen also queefs weekly videos for the kült– watch and follow @JEN_istheMENACE and more at JENistheMENACE.com
Lauren Davis is a comedian, writer and performer from Dallas, Texas. She studied improv at UCBLA, Groundlings, Magnet Theater, Four Day Weekend, and Dallas Comedy House, and has performed stand-up on Fox, Hulu and Viceland. She also performed at SF Sketchfest, Dallas Comedy Festival, and was voted Best of Fest at the Burbank Comedy Festival. You can catch her monthly TV-themed comedy show “Boob Tube Book Club”, see her perform with her team “We’re Cousins”, or listen to her upcoming podcast, “The Lesbian Word”, a “The L-Word” recap podcast.
Andrew is a professional improviser and musician. He graduated from the University of South Florida and his life is predominantly controlled by his two cats…
Ian Federgreen currently performs in the off-Broadway comedy Truffles. Stage credits range from Shakespeare and Feydeau to Neil Simon and Chris Durang. Favorite roles include Lenny in Rumors, Charlie in The Foreigner, Buddy in City of Angels, Allan in Play It Again, Sam, and Crumpet the Elf in David Sedaris’ one-man show The Santaland Diaries. Also a comedian and improviser, Ian made his TV debut on AMC’s Date Night. www.ianfedergreen.com.
Geoff Grimwood is an actor, teacher, corporate communications coach, and improviser born in Chicago and honed in New York. See more of him at his shows: Fake Church, the improvised religious service of an improvised religion; Grimwood & Grimwood, two-man improv with his 13-year-old son; and X Plus One, the improvised 1940s sci-fi radio show. Show dates, info, and comedy videos at geoffgrimwood.com.
is a classically trained contemporary actor. He has been in numerous Off-Broadway and Broadway adjacent productions ranging from Shakespeare to Stoppard. Highlights include The Coward, Troilus and Cressida, and Dog Sees God among others. He is fascinated in exploring old characters in new ways and bringing new characters into reality. Digitally you can find him at loganhurd.com; organically you can find him here in New York city.
Kerry Ipema is an actor, writer, improviser, producer, director and carb enthusiast. She is the star and co-writer of One Woman Sex and the City, writer and star of Sex Ed, creator of Lady Bits, a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood, and has performed with PostSecret, Woodshed Collective, The Flea, UCB, and The PIT. Kerry grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and is a graduate of Indiana University. www.kerryipema.com @kerryipema
Maggie Lalley is a New York based actor, improviser and stand up comedian and is thrilled to be acting in Accomplice! For more information about her upcoming comedy shows, visit her website at www.maggielalley.com
Matt Martin is an actor, singer, and improviser in New York City. He studied improv with the Upright Citizens Brigade, Shakespeare at the American Conservatory Theatre, and has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Indiana University. He lives in Brooklyn and grew up on Long Island. Stalk him on Twitter and Instagram.
Matt made his first $13 at age 9 performing magic at an oyster bar. His love affair with improv and comedy started in high school when he was popular and funny and it’s been downhill ever since. In addition to acting, Matt works in the documentary film world. He is grateful to be a part of Accomplice. This adventure theater thing has proven interesting, challenging, and fun.
Kirsten is an actor, comedian, and improvisor who models her career after Elizabeth Berkeley. She’s also a host for The Ride, she performs standup throughout NYC, and is an actor/writer for monthly sketch house team RunDMV at The PIT. Kirsten is 1/2 of comedy duo On The Pot and studied at William Esper Studio. Every time someone reads this whole bio, a drag queen farts glitter. Thanks! KirstenLinneaOBrien.com
Jamie Roach is a graduate of NYU and Circle In the Square. He has appeared onstage at The Public (AFTER), BAM (NERVOUS/SYSTEM), Feinstein’s/54 Below (Beneath The Gavel) and The Met Opera House (acrobat/clown in Pagliacci). Jamie has had four plays produced including a work featured in the production Play/Date heralded by the NYTimes as “thoughtful drama”. Jamie is a teaching artist with Disney, New Vic, Roundabout and LCT. www.jamieroach.com
Jessica Saul is a NYC-based actress, comedian, impressionist, and bagel eater. She graduated from Florida State University with a BA in Theatre and Media Communications to which her parents said, “That’s great, but what are you gonna do with that?” To which she responded, “Move to NY to disappoint you!” And she’s been doing just that since 2015. jessicataylorsaul.com IG @bettercalljsaul
Rory Scholl is a comic and writer. He hosts the traveling game show The Big Quiz Thing, has a best selling story featured on Amazons Storytellers, and is a producer of the Liar Show, NY’s longest running storytelling show. Sometimes he’s on a cruise ship with Beerprov and sometimes he walks his cat in Queens.
Brian received his BFA in Theatre from Virginia Commonwealth University. He has been working as a professional improvisor for the last 6 years. He also tours the East Coast performing two one-person shows. He is very excited to work with Accomplice and hopes to create characters leading to joy and laughter for all.
Jordan Spoon is an actor and improviser in New York City. She is originally from Charlotte, North Carolina and has an MFA in acting from Rutgers University. She has a dog named Alan, and was once trampled by a bull on Fifth Ave in Brooklyn. Find out way more about Jordan at jordanspoon.com or follow her and Alan on Instagram @spoonjordan.
Ashley Toth graduated from NYU Tisch School of the Arts with a BFA in Acting and BA in Psychology. She is an actress, comedian, writer, producer, and stage manager. Credits include: Accomplice the Show, Time and a Half (Robert Moss Theater), and Welcome The Demon (The Tank). She also performs with her improv group “NYPD” and does stand-up around the city. Upcoming web series: Too Far? ashley-toth.com
Matt Zambrano is an award winning Latino actor, writer, director, improvisor, spoken-word artist and mime. He hails from the great state of Colorado, where at 16 he worked his very first immersive theater gig as Chiquita the gorilla at the world famous Mexican-themed restaurant Casa Bonita. He holds an MFA from the National Theater Conservatory, find out more at www.MattZambrano.com