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Jason
Gray

Jason was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. He has five brothers and no sisters, which depending on perspective, can be considered a blessing or a curse. In high school he made a short sketch video called “Sean Connery’s 7 Tips to Dating For Fools” and has been hooked on comedy ever since. Jason met his lovely wife on a double date. Funny thing is, she was not with him, but with his roommate. Despite this they have all remained good friends. He served a mission in Argentina and on the last day of his mission he fell into the mission president’s pool after a piñata mishap. Besides writing and performing sketch comedy he enjoys sports and the outdoors. He has a mild obsession with Batman and if you want to get on his good side fast, tell him he looks like Heath Ledger and he will love you forever.

Whitney
Call

Whitney Call is a writer and performer for Studio C. She has a Master of Fine Arts from Brigham Young University in creative writing with an emphasis in young adult literature and currently teaches a comedic sketch writing class she established in the Theater Media Arts department. From 2008-2012, Whitney wrote and performed in BYU’s premiere sketch comedy troupe Divine Comedy, thus commencing her obsession with all things comedic. Whitney hails from Portland, Oregon, and as such, she loves music, art, rain, and Tillamook ice cream. In her spare time, Whitney saves money to buy a teacup pig, plays volleyball, and writes fan mail to Carol Burnett hoping someday she will respond (hopefully sooner than later as Ms. Burnett isn’t getting any younger).

Matthew
Meese

Matt is probably best known for his work with Divine Comedy, BYU’s premiere sketch comedy troupe. It was there that he met fellow Studio C cast members Jason Gray, Mallory Everton, and Whitney Call. The four became fast friends, and began writing sketches together. When the time came to assemble a writing/performing team for Studio C, Matt was an obvious choice.

Born in New Jersey, and raised in Phoenix, Matt graduated from BYU with a B.S. in Psychology. Given the vast amount of time he spent writing and performing, however, he feels that what he really studied in college was sketch comedy. Greatest achievement to date: having a proud mother.

Mallory
Everton

Mallory Everton is a Portland, Oregon native, as demonstrated by her hippie-ish, grunge-loving hair and the fact that she sometimes cries when she sees especially tall trees. She owes any good qualities she possesses to her incredible family; all her other qualities were acquired from watching too much television and listening to boy band music before we knew what it would do to our brains. She studied film at Brigham Young University where she emphasized in screenwriting, editing, and directing. She’s also an avid distance-runner, music-lover, and pizza-eater.

Mallory stumbled into sketch comedy as a freshman in college when she went to see Whitney Call (a good friend from her childhood; also a Portlander, also emotional about trees) audition for Divine Comedy at BYU. She quickly realized that nothing could be more fun than sketch comedy, and it’s all been downhill from there. And by downhill, she means awesome.