RACHEL BOUTON (Performer) is a seasoned event entertainer, with an extensive background in improv, standup comedy, musical theatre and hosting. She studied comedy at The Second City in Chicago and Upright Citizen’s Brigade in NYC, and got her degree in “singing pretty” from the University of Denver. When she isn’t on the road with BNHM, she can be seen performing weekly with VERN at the People’s Improv Theatre in NYC, hosting live trivia events for TrivWorks, and producing awesome nerd parties for Science Friday, a nationally-syndicated public radio show. She is also the founder of PowerSuit Improv – a training program for professional women that builds workplace communication skills through improvisation training. Find her at rachelbouton.com, powersuitimprov.com or on a bench in Central Park eating a bagel.
MATT GIROVEANU (Performer) (SAG-AFTRA) is an actor, musical improviser & voiceover artist from Astoria, NY. Matt majored in TV Production and double minored in Theatre Studies & Performance at Seton Hall University. Matt can be seen weekly in New York City on the musical improv house team VERN at the Peoples Improv Theater, who in conjunction with Audible.com, produced “A Very Improvised Holiday Musical” with Tony-winner Laura Benanti. Television credits include HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” “The Deuce,” Netflix's “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” ID’s “A Crime To Remember” & SyFy’s “Happy!” www.MattGiro.com
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MARC T. ENGBERG is a comedian, actor, and singer living in New York City. He has performed in NYC at Gotham, Caroline's, The Stand, UCBeast, The Bitter End, and The Duplex, in Hollywood at The Comedy Store, in Chicago at the Laugh Factory, and internationally in Sweden and Finland. He has also appeared in several off-Broadway plays including Salome (Black Moon Theatre Co.) and Love's Labour's Lost (MCTC). He holds a BA in Film Studies from UC Berkeley and an MA in Russian, East European, & Eurasian Studies from Stanford University. He speaks French and Russian. His favorite food is sauce.