David Fedor is an actor, writer, and founding member of Hustlebot. When he isn’t acting on stage or film with Hustlebot, he can often be found behind the video camera or computer, filming, producing and editing their videos, sketches and short films. David is also the co-creator and former host of downtown Pittsburgh’s weekly comedy showcase, the Pittsburgh Improv Jam. He also is a regular performer with the Keystone State Wrestling Alliance (KSWA).
Before graduating from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Communications in 2002, David was co-creator of the award-winning WIUP-TV show, Fuzzy Channels, and co-founder of improv group The Near Professionals. Since then, David has been a mainstay in Pittsburgh improv, co-founding and operating The Vault Theater and performing with such groups as the Susquehanna Hat Company, Amish Monkeys, I-Factor and the Cellar Dwellers.
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John Feightner has been an actor and improvisor since 2001. He graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Film Studies and Theater. John is Producer, Co-Host, and Performer at Friday Nite Improvs, Pittsburgh's only all-audience participation improv theater. He has trained under members of Chicago's Second City and New York's The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and performed improv at The Oberlin Improv Conference, Harrisburg Comedy Improv Throwdown, and Pittsburgh's Cabaret Theater.
John has performed in several plays in and around the Pittsburgh area. His favorites include Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin,Sex aka Wieners and Boobs by Joe Lo Truglio, Michael Showalter, and David Wain, The Book of Liz by Amy and David Sedaris, and Much Ado About Nothing by Bill Shakespeare. He has worked for several companies in the area including Prime Stage Theater, No Name Players, Pittsburgh Playwrights, Bakerloo Theatre Project, and Future Ten.
John has been a member of Hustlebot since 2007.
Larry Phillis began his improv and sketch comedy career quite a few years ago as a founding member of the Cellar Dwellers, where he learned from some incredibly talented people. Later, he graduated from the Second City Conservatory Program, and took various improvisation workshops from other talented people.
Larry co-authored Sketch-o-Frenia, a book of sketch comedy and a play, Pilgrim's Progression. Larry dabbled in real theater a few times.
Joe Wichryk II
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Joe Wichryk II has been performing for over 14 years. He is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory Program and has trained with a vast collection of improv performers. Joe is also the artistic director of The Cellar Dwellers Sketch Comedy and Improv Troupe where he participates in their weekly show FN' Improv which enoyed a two season run on Comcast On Demand. Joe has lent his performance experience to many high school and college theater departments via improv workshops, and has been the directed Blackhawk High School fall plays.
As a founding member of HUSTLEBOT, Joe has helped to write and produce Shadows of the Shield, a multiple award winning short film for the 48 Hour Film Festival as well as Roll the Dice, winner of the Steeltown Film Factory film writing contest, as well as the Audience Choice award at the Harmony Ridge Film Festival. When not working on film and theater Joe enjoys cooking, antiquing, and sampling the world’s finest beers and scotches.
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