Jorin Garguilo began improvising in 1991 with ComedyWorx (formerly ComedySportz-Raleigh) prior to moving to Chicago in 2004. Performing and teaching around the city, Jorin has been proud to coach Counter-Productive Lover, perform with Rainbow Deli, and teach ensemble-oriented improv at CIC.
Sports fan, TV enthusiast, tough guy: Chandler Goodman is delighted to be a member of the CIC house team, "Horse Fly". Aside from performing at CIC with his beloved fellow Boners, Chandler performs improv at The Playground with, "Squall", at iO Theater with, "Uh-Oh", and at various venues around town with the independent team, "11/22". Chandler has also written and performed sketch comedy at CIC, where his credits include, "Moral Hazard", and the one-man show, "Chandler Goodman Thinks Sports Are Important". Aside from sketch and improv, he writes about the NBA for the ESPN TrueHoop affiliate blog, "Ballerball".
Marcus is generally described as a "solid dude and is very excited to be a part of CIC. He can also be seen performing at various theaters around the city as well as in his apartment working on his manifesto.
Andrew, a native of Chicago, is very happy to be a part of Phantom at CIC. He can also be seen playing with Miracle Ranch at iO and Angelyne at The Playground.
Julia Heynen is an improv actor from the great, oddly-shaped state of Maryland. She holds the distinction of being one of the only people who actually enjoy hearing other people describe their dreams. When not at CIC, you can see Julia on the Harold team Denver at iO Theater, or on the Incubator team Nimbus at The Playground.
Ollie Hobson is stoked to be a part of CiC! He can also be seen improvising at iO with The Ruckus, at The Playground Theater with Ghost Car, and around town with his two person team Ginger Price. In High School his favorite Beatle was Paul, but now it's John. Once it was George.
Mike Johnson is a Chicago native that has been studying, performing and teaching since 2001. Besides performing at CIC, he can be seen performing at iO Theater with Felt and Dinner Bell.
Mike has been performing in Chicago since 2011. In addition to Pap Legba here at CIC, Mike can be seen with Squall at the Playground Theater and Sears Tower at iO. Mike is constantly surrounded by amazing people with brilliant talents. Mike is lucky.
Kevin Knickerbocker began his musical theatre career at the age of 5, playing Forgetty the Elephant in the Beaumont KIDmunity Players' Production of The Friendship Club. He is a proud member of DMNK (UG) and Meridian (iO), and used to be on Susan. Kevin coaches iO stalwarts the Late 90s and the CIC stalwarts Little Gary. He also directed John Reynolds' "A Slice of Life" and Brian Biancardi's "What Men Want", and once traveled to New York City as a cast member of The TomKat Project, a play. Most recently, Kevin became a titular member of the live late-night talk show "Live! Tonight! With Kevin and Nick!" at the new iO Theater.
Travis is an actor/improviser/comedian from Dayton, Ohio and is thrilled to perform with Miss Century. He started improvising at Ohio University in 2010. Upon graduation he moved to Pittsburgh where he also coached and taught improvisation. Travis now finds himself in the land of deep dish and gut-bustin' bits 'n gags. He's honored to be part of the CIC theater.
Laurel Krabacher loves CIC the most. You can also see her perform at iO and The Mission Theater. She is represented by BMG Talent.
Hunter Lehr is an improviser and comedian from Buffalo, MO. He can currently be seen performing with Shade at iO, Tibula at the CIC Theater, and Outlaw at the Playground. He said when he was 8 he would grow up to be an astronaut/Catholic priest, so he’s also a liar.
Matt Lusk is an actor/comedian originally from Houston, Texas. He has the body of a hairy man and the fragile heart of a single mother. Matt Lusk has kissed over 4 different women. See Matt Lusk do improv around Chicago with his Macy Ledbetter at CIC and also check him out at the iO with his Unnamed Harold Team.
Tim performs all over Chicago. He plays on Little Gary here at CiC and is currently involved with teams at iO Chicago as well. He was also the media coordinator for the Upstairs Gallery. He has a BA in Interactive Arts and Media and is trying to lose 1 pound a year over the next 100 years.