Allison Tolman (Monica)   Allison Tolman was discovered in Chicago and cast as a series regular on the first season of the hit FX crime dramedy Fargo. She starred as “Molly Solverson,” the folksy and intelligent police officer on the trail of the sinister “Lorne Malvo” played by Billy Bob Thornton. For her work on the show, she won the 2014 Critics’ Choice Award and she was nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for best supporting Actress in a Movie or Mini-series.  Tolman played the lead role in the abc single-camera series Downward Dog, which premiered at Sundance; the only half-hour series to ever premiere at the film festival. Other TV credits include HBO’s Hello Ladies, recurring roles on FOX’s The Mindy Project; Amazon’s Mad Dogs; and FX's Archer.  She is upcoming on the Hulu series Castle Rock based on the stories of Steven King, also in a recurring role.  She is upcoming in the features Sisters Brothers, with John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix and Killing Gunther, with Taran Killam and Arnold Schwarzenegger; and the indie dramedy FAM-I-LY (with Taylor Schilling).  Other feature credits include The House (with Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell); Fresno starring Natasha Lyonne, Judy Greer and Fred Armisen; Krampus with Toni Collette, Adam Scott; and The Gift with Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall and Joel Edgerton. 

Allison Tolman (Monica)

Allison Tolman was discovered in Chicago and cast as a series regular on the first season of the hit FX crime dramedy Fargo. She starred as “Molly Solverson,” the folksy and intelligent police officer on the trail of the sinister “Lorne Malvo” played by Billy Bob Thornton. For her work on the show, she won the 2014 Critics’ Choice Award and she was nominated for an Emmy and a Golden Globe for best supporting Actress in a Movie or Mini-series.

Tolman played the lead role in the abc single-camera series Downward Dog, which premiered at Sundance; the only half-hour series to ever premiere at the film festival. Other TV credits include HBO’s Hello Ladies, recurring roles on FOX’s The Mindy Project; Amazon’s Mad Dogs; and FX's Archer.  She is upcoming on the Hulu series Castle Rock based on the stories of Steven King, also in a recurring role.

She is upcoming in the features Sisters Brothers, with John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix and Killing Gunther, with Taran Killam and Arnold Schwarzenegger; and the indie dramedy FAM-I-LY (with Taylor Schilling).  Other feature credits include The House (with Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell); Fresno starring Natasha Lyonne, Judy Greer and Fred Armisen; Krampus with Toni Collette, Adam Scott; and The Gift with Jason Bateman, Rebecca Hall and Joel Edgerton. 

  Ryan Patrick Welsh (Matt)   Ryan was a series regular for two seasons on the Lionsgate series,  Bite Me.  His recent credits include playing Joey in  A Steady Rain  with Player King Productions. He originated the role of Paul Murray in the world premiere of  The Good Book of Pedantry and Wonder , at The Boston Court Theatre. Ryan's notable stage work includes playing Dan in  Closer,  Greg in  Reasons to be Pretty , and Finkelbaum in  The Puppetmaster of Lodz.    Ryan received his MFA in Acting from UC Irvine.

Ryan Patrick Welsh (Matt)

Ryan was a series regular for two seasons on the Lionsgate series, Bite Me. His recent credits include playing Joey in A Steady Rain with Player King Productions. He originated the role of Paul Murray in the world premiere of The Good Book of Pedantry and Wonder, at The Boston Court Theatre. Ryan's notable stage work includes playing Dan in Closer, Greg in Reasons to be Pretty, and Finkelbaum in The Puppetmaster of Lodz. 

Ryan received his MFA in Acting from UC Irvine.

  Keisha Zollar (Sara)   Keisha Zollar is an actress-comedienne who is currently a staff writer on  The Opposition  with Jordan Klepper and in 2017 wrapped on her third Comedy Central digital series as an actor and writer.  She has been seen on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, Comedy Central, Nightcap, Middle of the Night, The Today Show, CollegeHumor, TVLand,  Funny or Die, IAF.tv, Above Average, MSNBC, MTV, and UCBComedy.  She is also in the TriBeca Film Festival award winning film Women Who Kill, the documentary Thank You Del that premiered at SXSW, and the Emmy award winning online series {THE AND}.  Keisha is currently a recurring character on the new HBO show, Divorce, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Molly Shannon, Tracy Letts, Thomas Hayden Church and more. She has been featured by Glamour magazine, Fast Company, Paste magazine, etc, and has written for Bitch Flicks, FemSplain, and more.  She recently finished writing on the first season of the new shows Blissful Thinking and Halem Code.  More at Keishazollar.com

Keisha Zollar (Sara)

Keisha Zollar is an actress-comedienne who is currently a staff writer on The Opposition with Jordan Klepper and in 2017 wrapped on her third Comedy Central digital series as an actor and writer.  She has been seen on Netflix’s Orange is the New Black, Comedy Central, Nightcap, Middle of the Night, The Today Show, CollegeHumor, TVLand,  Funny or Die, IAF.tv, Above Average, MSNBC, MTV, and UCBComedy.  She is also in the TriBeca Film Festival award winning film Women Who Kill, the documentary Thank You Del that premiered at SXSW, and the Emmy award winning online series {THE AND}.  Keisha is currently a recurring character on the new HBO show, Divorce, starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Molly Shannon, Tracy Letts, Thomas Hayden Church and more. She has been featured by Glamour magazine, Fast Company, Paste magazine, etc, and has written for Bitch Flicks, FemSplain, and more.  She recently finished writing on the first season of the new shows Blissful Thinking and Halem Code.  More at Keishazollar.com

 
  Alexis Suarez (Male Cop)   Alexis Suarez is an actor and producer known for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows (2016), Weiner-Dog (2016),and Home (2013). He has appeared in numerous prime time and cable television roles, including IFC's comedy series "Benders", "Gotham" (FX), "Shades of Blue" (NBC), and HBOs drama series, "The Night Of". Born and raised in NYC, Alexis has been actively performing for 15+ years and producing for more than a decade. He is represented by BLOC and is a member of SAG-AFTRA.

Alexis Suarez (Male Cop)

Alexis Suarez is an actor and producer known for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows (2016), Weiner-Dog (2016),and Home (2013). He has appeared in numerous prime time and cable television roles, including IFC's comedy series "Benders", "Gotham" (FX), "Shades of Blue" (NBC), and HBOs drama series, "The Night Of". Born and raised in NYC, Alexis has been actively performing for 15+ years and producing for more than a decade. He is represented by BLOC and is a member of SAG-AFTRA.

  Hilary Walker (Female Cop)   Hilary is a New York City based performer who has held a recurring role on the comedic web series  Failed First Dates , as well as acted in various Netflix thrillers,  Mercy  (James Wolk, Caitlin Fitzgerald)  and Emelie  (Sarah Bolger).   Her recent credits include playing Myra Ayrundel (a playful and notorious vamp) in  Hay Fever  with the Irish Classical Theatre and a leading role in the short " The Daughter"- A Click Chamber Buffalo Noir Series,  which recently debuted at the Buffalo/Niagara International Film Festival. She also originated the role of Miriam, a Jewish resistance fighter the Off-Broadway premiere of  When Yellow Were the Starts on Earth  at the Hudson Guild Theatre. Notable stage work includes playing Miss Forsythe in  Death of A Salesman , Olivia in  Twelfth Night , and Gwendolen Fairfax in  The Importance of Being Earnest . She studied classical acting at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and holds a BFA from the University at Buffalo.

Hilary Walker (Female Cop)

Hilary is a New York City based performer who has held a recurring role on the comedic web series Failed First Dates, as well as acted in various Netflix thrillers, Mercy (James Wolk, Caitlin Fitzgerald) and Emelie (Sarah Bolger). Her recent credits include playing Myra Ayrundel (a playful and notorious vamp) in Hay Fever with the Irish Classical Theatre and a leading role in the short "The Daughter"- A Click Chamber Buffalo Noir Series, which recently debuted at the Buffalo/Niagara International Film Festival. She also originated the role of Miriam, a Jewish resistance fighter the Off-Broadway premiere of When Yellow Were the Starts on Earth at the Hudson Guild Theatre. Notable stage work includes playing Miss Forsythe in Death of A Salesman, Olivia in Twelfth Night, and Gwendolen Fairfax in The Importance of Being Earnest. She studied classical acting at The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and holds a BFA from the University at Buffalo.

  Rachel Rosenthal (911 Operator)   Rachel Rosenthal is a comedian, improviser, and improv instructor with over 15 years’ experience. She is also a free-style rapper. Once called an “improv whirlwind” by The Huffington Post, Rachel performs twice weekly in NYC and she tours nationally and internationally teaching and performing with many groups including, free-style rapping Hip Hop comedy team, North Coast, who was named one of the “Top 10 Comedy Shows in NYC” by Time Out NY.  Rachel is also a writer, storyteller and actress and has been featured on VH1, MTV, and on several podcasts and radio shows including “This American Life,” “Risk!,” Slate’s “The Gist,” and WBUR’s “You’re the Expert.” More at  www.theraeroshow.com  or on social media at @raeroshow.

Rachel Rosenthal (911 Operator)

Rachel Rosenthal is a comedian, improviser, and improv instructor with over 15 years’ experience. She is also a free-style rapper. Once called an “improv whirlwind” by The Huffington Post, Rachel performs twice weekly in NYC and she tours nationally and internationally teaching and performing with many groups including, free-style rapping Hip Hop comedy team, North Coast, who was named one of the “Top 10 Comedy Shows in NYC” by Time Out NY.  Rachel is also a writer, storyteller and actress and has been featured on VH1, MTV, and on several podcasts and radio shows including “This American Life,” “Risk!,” Slate’s “The Gist,” and WBUR’s “You’re the Expert.” More at www.theraeroshow.com or on social media at @raeroshow.