Sean Collier @SeanCollierPgh
Sean Collier was described as a "budding media personality" by the Pittsburgh City Paper, and no one - least all of him - seems to know what that means.
What is verifiable about Sean is a varied list of roles around town. He's the movie critic for the WDVE Morning Show. He's the associate editor of Pittsburgh Magazine. He's a stand-up comic, with frequent appearances anywhere that invites him. He's appeared in storytelling shows, sketch comedy, Shakespearean tragedies, panel discussions, radio drop-ins, and more.
A Pittsburgh native and current Mount Washington resident, Sean has degrees in English and Theater Arts from Penn State, and is a 2002 alum of the sadly defunct Pennsylvania Governor's School for the Arts.
Aaron Kleiber @AaronKleiber
Dad, actor, comedian, Aaron Kleiber, energized, crowd-pleasing live performances with tales of life, marriage and fatherhood, had him break-out as one of the most in-demand feature acts - touring alongside the likes of Bob Saget, Jim Breuer, John Witherspoon and Harland Williams. Now, a bona fide headliner himself, touring all of North America. Seen on 'Gotham Comedy Live' (including 'Best of Season 2'), 'Standup and Deliver,' Nickelodeon, multiple appearances on Doug Loves Movies and in feature films and dozens of commercials. You can also hear him chat weekly on his hit podcast "GrownDadBusiness with comedians about parenting, childhood and the comedy life.
As an accomplished comedic actor, Aaron can be seen in a guest-starring role for the Nickelodeon series 'Supah Ninjas.' He co-starred in the film 'Help Me, Help You' opposite Sabrina Bryan (The Cheetah Girls, Dancing with the Stars), appeared in the acclaimed drama, 'Warrior,' starring Tom Hardy and Nick Nolte, for Lionsgate, featured in the original series The Mercury Men, seen on the Syfy Channel- along with appearing in dozens of national/regional commercials. Seen as the face of the Pennsylvania Lottery as President Grover Cleveland, adding to the muliptle chracters he's played for the PA Lottery. Aaron was known early in his career for producing, writing and acting in both, the groundbreaking independent film (and subsequent Web series) Captain Blasto as well as the beloved Star Wars mockumentary, 'A Great Disturbance,' both of which claimed multiple awards and fans at film festivals and fan fests nationwide. Aaron studied improv comedy and writing at the legendary Second City in Chicago for a short time before having his first child of three.
More at: www.AaronKleiber.com