Matt Catanzano just finished a 4 year run as a Mainstage performer, writer, director, and teacher at Improv Asylum in Boston, MA. He spent that time performing improv & sketch comedy shows 5 nights a week as well as directing his own successful shows at the theater. He has also been a teacher in their Training Center for the past 5 years.
Outside of Improv Asylum, Matt is the co-creator (with Richie Moriarty) of “Simply Unemployable”. Together they write, direct, and star in one-off sketches as well as web series. They also produce their own live shows under the Simply Unemployable name.
His acting claim to fame is as the Easy-Tech guy in the Staples in-store videos. He also doesn’t understand when it's appropriate to call something a “claim to fame.”
Richie Moriarty is an actor, writer, and improviser, living in New York City. In July 2016, he performed at Just For Laughs in Montreal as part of "New Faces of Comedy: Characters." His television credits include Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Adam Ruins Everything, The Mysteries of Laura, and The Tick on Amazon. He also co-hosted a show on Comedy Central called Cinema Social Club with Jo Firestone and Seaton Smith. He appears alongside Michael Caine in the Zach Braff directed feature film Going In Style. You can also see him in the Warner Brothers film How To Be Single with Rebel Wilson and Dakota Johnson.
He performed as an actor on Maude Night at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York on the team "Pretty Boys." He is a graduate of Boston College originally from Rockville, Maryland. From 2006-2010 he was on the mainstage cast at Improv Asylum in Boston’s North End performing sketch and improv six times a week.