Kimee has performed at such venues as: Radio City Music Hall, The Kodak Theater, UCB in LA, Second City-Hollywood and iO West and has been featured on “The Today Show,” “Live with Regis and Kelly,” and “The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.”
Since moving back to Hawaii in 2012, Kimee founded and is the “Head Sillypino” of improvhi a company and website dedicated to sketch and improv comedy in Hawaii.
In March 2015, she created and produced the first ever Hawaii Sketch Comedy Festival at the Honolulu Museum of Art’s Doris Duke Theater.
A lifetime student of the legendary Ronald E. Bright, Kimee made her directorial debut with the Hawai’i Premiere of “Mamma Mia” at the historical Diamond Head Theatre in Honolulu. The show was a hit with Hawaii audiences and was sold out for the entire run and extension.
In her spare time, Kimee enjoys karaoke-ing, garage sale-ing, instagram-ing, eating diner spaghetti, pretending like she’s a contestant on “Top Chef,” and dreaming about sinigang.
HISF START UP TEAM WRITING COACHES:
Ann Maddox has performed at the UCB Theater in Los Angeles since 2005, in several sketch shows such as Baby Hungry, Charlyne Yi Show, UCB presents, Other people’s stuff, Make That Sandwich! and most recently, the one act sketch play Talking Is Hard, which just finished it’s year long run at UCB.
She has also performed improv on the Harold team Lincoln’s Bedroom and wrote sketch comedy for Maude Teams Nice Kitchen and Hot Mess. In 2011 she was a cast member of the annual CBS Diversity Showcase, featured as a performer and writer. She has written and performed her own UCB shows Machu Picchu and Battle of the Funny Bands with her music/sketch band Machu Picchu. They have appeared in stand up and variety shows such as Comedy Death Ray, Tomorrow Show, Garage Comedy and the Las Vegas Comedy Festival.
Ann Maddox has been in several commercials playing either a weird coworker and/or a stoner type. You may have seen Ann in The Office as a pregnant telemarketer, an artsy hipster in Two Broke Girls, a bubbly game show host on Fuel TV’s Stupid Face,eating bird poo on Web Soup, and a Japanese panda suited criminal in Todd Rohal’s Catechism Cataclysm (currently on Netflix)! She also often appears in College Humor and Funny or Die videos.
You can catch her this fall on TBS in The Pete Holmes Show and on IFC with The Birthday Boys!
Holly Prazoff is from Toronto, Canada. While performing comedy there, she won a Canadian Comedy Award for best sketch troupe, as a member of The Sketchersons. She joined the Second City Touring Company and also won MTV’s Yo Mamma: Canada. In 2008, she attended The Sundance Film Festival, where her film The Funeral was an official selection. She has appeared on IFC’s Comedy Bang Bang and The Birthday Boys.
Holly can now be seen performing at Upright Citizens Brigade Los Angeles. Last year she was asked to take over hosting duties of UCBTLA longest running weekly show “Not Too Shabby” hosting with Alana Johnston. She has appeared in countless Funny Or Die videos and is now appearing on “The UCB Show” on Sesso with Alana. This year Vulture named their sketch one of the best of 2016
PAST HISF VIEWING/SUBMISSIONS COMMITTEE:
TV credits include a recurring role as Daisy the Lawyer on Review (Comedy Central), Playing House (USA), Parks and Recreation (NBC), The New Normal (NBC), Comedy Bang Bang (IFC), Newsreaders (Adult Swim), Conan (TBS), Onion News Network (IFC), Happy Endings (ABC), New Girl (FOX), Good Luck Charlie (Disney), Rules of Engagement (CBS), Children’s Hospital (Adult Swim), Reno 911(Comedy Central), Little Britain USA (HBO) and Late Night with Conan O’Brien (NBC). Upcoming movies include The Kitchen Sink, Is That a Gun In Your Pocket? and Night of the Living Deb.