Kyle Scott (Dungeon Master)

Kyle is a Toronto-based procrastinator. A graduate of the Humber College Comedy Writing program, as well as the Second City Conservatory program, Kyle has been performing improv, sketch and more whenever the mood takes him. His performance in the Toronto Fringe Festival’s “Best of Fringe” winner, “Tales of Whoa!” was described as “writer Kyle Scott also appears.”

He is obsessed with baseball, video games, Doctor Who and hats. He literally ordered another hat in the middle of editing this page. 

Twitter & Instagram: @gkylescott


Maddox Campbell (Mawldar, Hank)

Maddox Campbell is an actor, writer, comedian originally from New Brunswick where he studied at The University of New Brunswick achieving a Bachelor’s of Arts (English/Theatre) and a Bachelor’s of Computer Science. He moved to Toronto to pursue a creative career and study with The Second City for Improv and Sketch. He performs and produces live comedy throughout Toronto and has appeared in independent films, web series, and small parts on television. He is the founder of Kicks and Giggles Entertainment which produces Caverns and Comedians which also means he’s in charge of editing and whenever something goes wrong it’s his fault. His other productions include the live improv show Perfect Match and the pub-trivia night Quizdamonium.

Twitter: @MaddoxCampbell


Oliver Georgiou (Finnick)

Oliver Georgiou is an actor and comedian based in Toronto. He’s a part of the Second City Toronto House Co. and Co-Producer of the monthly improv show Hat Trick Comedy with his All-Star troupe SODA School Of Dramatic Acting. He is a Co-Founder and Collaborative Artist of Loose Leaf Theatre, with which he created and starred in the critically acclaimed Me With You. Oliver’s solo sketch has delighted audiences in Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, and Toronto, including the shows Rapp Battlez, Ron Lynch’s Tomorrow!, and the 2015 Sketch Com-Ageddon Semifinals. If you want to see more of Oliver on the internet, he can be found on YouTube in the web-series Found Viral.

Twitter: @o_georgiou @SODAimpro #HatTrickTO


Joanna Haughton (Agata)

Joanna Haughton was born in Miastko, Poland. She graduated the University of Toronto with High Distinction. Joanna spent her early years in drama and dancing, and later began studying various styles of Kung Fu and Tai Chi, including several weapons. She loves to do her own stunts whenever possible. This has included combat and low high falls.

Fluent in both Polish and English, Joanna can be seen in various Canadian and American television shows, as well as feature films, and projects she has helped produce.

Twitter & Instagram:  @joannahaughton


Scott Thrower (Fook)

Scott Thrower is a graduate of York University’s creative writing program. An award-winning playwright, Scott also trained in improv at the Impatient Theatre Company and later went on to produce weekly shows The Hangout and Hungry @ 8. He works in television broadcasting, designs puppets for personal and professional clients, and recently wrapped production on a year-long podcasting project entitled Periodically focusing on the history of magazine publishing. 2017 marks his 32nd year as Dungeons & Dragons enthusiast, having been introduced by his brother during a particularly damp cottage vacation. He currently lives in Toronto with a dog, a cat, and a spectacular beard.

Twitter: @PeriodicallyPod


Andrea Miller (Audio Engineer)

Andrea Miller is a stage manager, audio producer, and production coordinator, and can be heard laughing off mic during the podcast. She plied her skills throughout the UK for five years including production on three Edinburgh Fringe runs, a radio sitcom, and a documentary for BBC Radio 2. She did not meet the Queen.

Since moving back to Toronto she works as a stage manager, online producer and general swiss army knife for the Social Capital Theatre. She’s also worked on a range of Toronto productions including One Night Only at the Factory Theatre, the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, and Twist Your Dickens for Second City.

Twitter: @TheSoCap