After establishing a solid commercial career over a 15 year time span in New York City, John Mattey recently moved to Los Angeles to expand his acting endeavors.  John’s credits include: Another World, As the World Turns, My Blind Brother (Festival De Cannes,) All My Children, Onion Sports Network, Kidnapped and The Young and the Restless.



Jennifer received her BA in Art and Theatre from Ohio University.  While there, she joined a sketch comedy and improv troupe called “4 Funny Guys and Matt” and traveled the Tri State area performing at other colleges.  Since moving to Los Angeles, Jennifer has performed as a children’s entertainer, done comedic short films, dramatic features, print work, and has had featured roles in Film and Television.



Mike is an actor and producer whose most recent work will be seen in the feature film Methhead opposite Lucas Haas. His list of acting credits includes work on Disney Channel’s “Prank Stars,” NBC’s “Crossing Jordan,” and Fox’s “Malcolm in the Middle.” He has also worked as a costume stylist and his work can be seen in such movies as Anchorman, Bruce Almighty, and Catch Me If You Can, among other films.



Karl Ramsey hails from Colorado’s Rocky Mountains and wound up in Los Angeles by way of San Francisco. San Francisco is where he studied acting and developed a keen interest in improvisation. This led to working in many, many improv circles and sketch companies like BATS and the Groundlings Sunday Company. He is a teacher, too, of stage combat and theatrical sword fighting, as well as the current president of Dueling Arts International. Some career highlights include working alongside Placido Domingo in the San Francisco Opera’s production of Cyrano, touring with a Taiwanese theater company for four months all over Taiwan, and watching his stunt double get set on fire and thrown from a three story building. Own Worst Enemy is his second project with ‘The Judds’, and it was doubly fun the second time around!

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Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Laura began performing scenes from Doris Day movies soon after birth.  She started in a youth theater company and found her way to the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth, where she performed in over twenty productions and received an English degree with Writing and Drama/Film concentrations.  Three weeks after graduation, Laura moved to Los Angeles, where she has lived for over a decade.  She continues to write, as well as perform in independent films and commercials for products such as UPS, Diet Pepsi Max and McDonalds. 

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Mona has appeared in short films, feature films, TV shows, commercials and is probably best known as the star of the viral video hit, Miracle Beer Diet, which has been seen by tens of millions of people online, or as the “Ron Paul Girl”, a short-lived addition to the “Obama Girl” craze, which, in spite of the candidate’s fringe status, was nonetheless featured by CNN, Fox News, USA Today, ABC Online, and the New York Times.

To date, she’s appeared in over 50 comedy sketches with Liv Films, which have received well over 100 million views online!  You also might recognize her from one of the many local and national commercials she’s appeared in, including Taco Bell, Circuit City, and Verizon.