Gerrit Hagen started his career in entertainment at the age of seventeen, when he retired from competitive gymnastics. Looking to do something fun with his acrobatic skills, he joined The Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus, right after high school. This is where he discovered his love for performing, and went on to attend The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (West). Gerrit was also in The Pasadena Shakespeare Company while living in Los Angeles. Returning to his hometown of Boston, he made the rounds at local comedy clubs such as Nick's Comedy Stop, The Comedy Studio and Dick Doherty's Beantown Comedy Vault, among others. Now that he is finally back in Southern California, Gerrit intends to continue working in comedy clubs, acting in television and film, and marketing the original sitcom he has co-written with a fellow Masshole friend of his. BOOK
Born in Phoenix but only recently learned how to spell it. I am arrogant enough to think I need a bio at 24 years old. However, it really messes with my self-esteem because I can't meet the 150 word quota to fill this out. If I go another 24 years without accomplishing enough to fill out a 150 word bio, I will think about quitting smoking pot. WEBSITE | | BOOK
ProducerNik Wilcox THE COMEDY STORE , THE DOWNTOWN COMEDY CLUB, THE HO AND BUTEAU SHOW, LOOSELY LYSISTRATA, AN EVENING WITH LIBERACE
Nik is an actor, comic and a writer. Performing in comedy clubs throughout Los Angeles, Nik´s unique style of humor has been described as being kind, sincere, filthy and inspirational.
Theatre, film, or cracking jokes in front of a mic, Nik Wilcox loves to perform and entertain the audiences. Leaving his hometown of Springfield, Missouri, behind for the big city lights, Nik enrolled in The American Academy of Dramatic Arts (West) to pursue his career in Hollywood. He has continued to hone his craft by supplementing his acting and stand-up comic gigs from the teachings of such schools as The Groundlings, ACME Comedy and Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB). WEBSITE | | BOOK