Lee Markham (AEA, Member since 2005) appeared off-Broadway as Luke in Altar Boyz, reprising the role he also appeared in regional production in Media PA and Lake George NY.
Theatre highlights:  Angles at the New York Musical Theatre Festival. For Christ Sake The Musical at New World Stages. Lee has performed in 30 musicals/plays and has a
appeared in 7 commercials. He grew up in Treasure Island, FL and moved to NY in Sept '05 with a BA in Theater USF Tampa. Three weeks later he was cast in Eight is NEVER

Charles Bernard Murray (SAG, AEA Member since 2008), started acting in New York with the AMAS Repertory Company. Charles has starred on Broadway in the original cast of
Dreamgirls & Honky Tonk Nights. He's appeared on television and films and toured as a recording artist. He's a published author, playwright, screenwriter and composer.

Christopher Leidenfrost-Wilson began his improv training under the auspices of the New York Renaissance Fair Performance Company in 2004. Some of his theatre credits
include the World Premier of Hockey: The Musical at the Toronto Fringe Festival, Nathan Leopold in Thrill Me and Lancelot Du Lac in Camelot at Broadhollow Theatre. Truly a
renaissance man, he is a singer; actor; musician; costume, wig and set designed; teacher; painter; even planner and graphic artist  whose career has stretched from Cancun to

Paul DeGrocco has been the On-Field promotions host for the Long Island Ducks Baseball Club for the past 7 seasons, was voted as Long Island's Official Greeter in 2007 by
Newsday readers, and was named Hofstra University's Alumnus of the Month in May of 2010. His career has stretched over many different genres of performance. His early
beginnings were in regional theater roles including The Cowardly Lion in THE WIZARD OF OZ (The John W. Engeman Theater), Ralph in A CHRISTMAS STORY (Broadhollow
Theater) and Seymour in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Babylon Players) to name a few. During this time he also hosted radio shows for WNYG 1440AM and The World Famous
WLIR morning show. He has appeared in numerous corporate training videos and independent films, has voiced many radio commercials and was recently named as a finalist in
the TeleBrands search for the next Infomercial Pitchman. Paul made his Off-Broadway debut with Eight is NEVER Enough in LMAOff-Broadway when it opened in November of 2009.  
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Amelia Fowler has most recently been seen in Commercial spots for Cablevision, the Biography Channel, the History Channel and IFC. She is also a long standing member of
NYU’s First Look Theater Company and a member of Comedy Sportz New York and  performs with EINE in LMAO Off-Broadway.  Ms. Fowler counts herself lucky to have had the
good fortune to have had her talents called upon for (Mosquito Sandhouse) at Ensemble Studio Theater, (Hands) at the Cherry Lane Theater, (Love in The Eyes of Hope Dies Last) at
LaMama Etc., Children of God at the Triad and (Atalanta and the Race for the Golden Cure) at Henry Street Settlement.

David Moroney is a newcomer to the new york stage bringing with him over eight years of improv experience from high school and college, including 2 years as artistic director of the
Hamilton College improv troupe 'Yodapez.'  This is his first “off-broadwayâ€� production, although he has is also a member of Eight Is Never Enough improv comedy troupe.  His
favorite collegiate musical theater rolls were Riff in West Side Story, Nicely Nicely Johnson in Guys and Dolls, and Scaphio in Utopia Limited.

Evan Schultz is thrilled to be performing with  "Eight is NEVER Enough" This New York native is a graduate of Wagner College with a BA in Theatre Performance/Voice and Speech.
Theatre credits include: The Gayest Christmas Pageant Ever!(Ted), A Christmas Carol(Fred, Boy/Young Scrooge, Peter, Undertaker), Charlotte's Web(Wilbur), Dickens…Condensed
(Smyke), Into the Woods(Cinderella's Father), Booth! The Musical, A Wonderful Life, Jekyll And Hyde, and countless charity benefit cabaret's for MusiKids. TV and Film credits include:
30 Rock, Gossip Girl, Fringe, Cupid, Life On Mars, Law And Order(SVU, CSI), Coming Of Age In Korea(Frankie Greenburg), Music and Lyrics, Away We Go, and When in Rome. Evan
would like to thank his family and friends for their continuous love and support.

John William Rhea is thrilled to be in NYC performing off-broadway! Fresh from LA where he performed improv for three years at multiple venues, he’s glad of subways and no
traffic. Recent stage credits include: The Sweetest Swing in Baseball, Moby Dick Rehearsed, The Laramie Project.  â€œPirates be the best thing, thanks to those who believed in me
and didn’t make me walk the plank!â€�  http://johnwilliamrhea.com

Patrick Reidy is thrilled to now be part of LMAO in NYC, having helped form and performed improv across New England with his alma mater's group, Grandma's 3rd Leg.  He has
recently been performing and work-shopping shows in New York, with recent regional stage credits including No Exit (The Valet), Grease (Sonny), The Who's Tommy (Captain
Walker).  Film credits include The Proposal, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Paul Blart: Mall Cop.

Rebeca Diaz is very excited to be back with LMAO after a national tour with Chamber Theatre Productions playing Ada Lovelace in "Eureka!". Eight is Never Enough is her first
professional improv experience, although she also performs regularly with the latino comedy troupe Lose Control, directed by Andres "Chulisi" Rodriguez. Raised in Santiago de
Chile, some of her credits include Fantine in "Les Miserables", Natascha in "Three Sisters" and "Jesus Christ Superstar". She can also be found around the city hostessing karaoke.

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Vincent DiPeri
is humbled to be making his NYC Off-Broadway debut with the LMAO cast! Vincent is entering his senior year at Westminster College of the Arts in pursuit of a B.M in
Musical Theater. His favorite credits include The Waiter (She Loves Me) John Wilkes Booth (Assassins) Ali Hakim (Oklahoma!), and Papermill Playhouse nominated performance of
Trevor Graydon (Thoroughly Modern Millie) as well as Willard Hewitt (Footloose). Vincent would like to thank his family, friends and the entire cast and crew of LMAO Off-Broadway for
their support!