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THE ONLY ALASKAN LARPING DETECTIVE BROTHERS COMEDY IN EXISTENCE

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Justin Edwards

(Director, Writer, Producer)

Justin is a storymaker, film professor, and baseball fan. He was born in Austin, Texas, and mostly grew up in Bowling Green, Ohio. He also lived in Brisbane, Australia, Washington D.C., and Nairobi, Kenya before settling in Los Angeles, where he attended the American Film Institute.

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Michael Edwards

(Writer, Composer)

Michael is a musician, writer, and podcaster based in Denver, Colorado. Michael & Justin have been collaborating creatively their whole lives in music, comedy, and film. He is a master podcaster, and a co-founder of the Sunrise Robot podcast network where he hosts a variety of shows.

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Leslie Andrew Ridings

(Executive Producer, Cinematographer)

Leslie is an award-winning producer, director, and visual artist. He founded Black Noise Industries and has produced countless commercials, music videos, and short films. He has worked with Justin on dozens of productions since they met on student films in 2010.

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Adam McCabe

(Detective Morocco/Bill)

Adam is a writer/performer/teacher at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles. He also writes jokes for some of his favorite comedians, punches up work for TV, film, and lots of weird commercials. Catch Adam at UCB Franklin every week with Bangarang!

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Henry Kaiser

(Detective Soren/Gary)

Henry is an actor/singer/comedian. He is a proud company member of UCB's Quick & Funny Musicals, and can also be seen with the Drysdale Musical Improv All-Stars. His off-broadway credits include The Odyssey (part of the Araca Project), and Telly Savalas' Who Loves You Baby.

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Matthew Clay

(Detective Banzai/Joel)

Matthew is originally from suburban Philadelphia, PA. He grew up in a large family and went to Catholic schools where he first discovered acting before studying philosophy at Villanova University. He now lives in Los Angeles, appearing in film, television, theatre, and improv comedy.