Founder and fearless leader of Model Majority. Veronica is an award-winning director/actor/writer and comedian. You may have seen her on TV or teaching people about Yellow Fever at comedy clubs around NYC. She loves rehabbing dogs and eating. She hates guys who tell her to smile. Check out her webseries Subway: The Series, which is on Marie Claire's list of "Webseries You'll Want to Ditch Netflix for" www.SubwayTheSeries.com
For more about Veronica go to www.iVeronicaDang.com
Carol first fell in love with acting in the 4th grade when she got the lead role in her class play, which started her on the path to becoming...a sorta working artist?
She is the ditziest smart person you will ever meet and is as comfortable as the vapid valley girl as she is the nerdy Asian girl...but has the most fun being the bitchy girl.
Outside of Model Majority & GLOMM, Carol co-stars as Karen Chang on the web-series Bougie Betty, as Penny on another web-series, Math Warriors, or can be seen looking annoyed/shocked/scared in the background of random TV shows. She at times freelances as a video editor & producer. Carol also bakes pastries, buys too much makeup, and is a nail polish addict.
IG: @carolleeshoots | website: www.carol-lee.com
Non Kuramoto is a New York based Japanese actor, comedian, writer, and feminist-art-slut. She uses laughter and absurdity as tools to elevate voices of Asian women, experimenting with various art forms to find the funny in paranoia, identity crises, and depression. Non made her Off-Broadway debut in The Sex Myth: A Devised Play. Her play, The Fart Play (I'm Sad): A Dance, was produced at Nasty Women Unite Festival. She runs "Nonsense," an Insta-Active comedy show at New Women Space every first and third Thursday!
Vannessa Jackson is a stand-up comedian, host, and writer. She was an Apprentice for Season 4 of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and was also a writer for Late Night with Jimmy Fallopian Tubes, LA’s only all-female written and produced late night show at the Upright Citizens Brigade.
Born Elizabeth Ana Maria de Jesus Thomas Corona in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic. At 16 she moved to Santo Domingo and enrolled in Pontificia Universidad Catolica Madre y Maestra, where she got a Bachelor's Degree in Hotel Management, graduating Magna Cum Laude. She was a contestant in Miss Dominican Republic, obtaining the 4th Place. She has studied acting, comedy and writing in various Institutes in The Dominican Republic, Wisconsin and New York Including the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre and The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. She has been in several projects including co-starting in the Movies Code Black, Bound; The TV Pilot Nefertitty, and in Theatre: Something Outrageous, The Kentucky Tragedy, Under The Table, and the Sketch Show Melania: The Cyberwoman, where she acted as the writer/producer and star, playing Melania Trump. She is Vegan, a Chihuahua Mom and loves to travel.
You can follow her adventures on IG @lizthomasc
Heather Johnson is a performer in New York City. Originally from Arizona, she loves the outdoors and any sports or activities she can get her hands on. She graduated from Arizona State University with degrees in Broadcast Journalism and European History. After moving to New York to pursue a different career avenue, she fell in love with improv and acting in the city, and hasn't looked back. You can catch her performing with her BoogieManja sketch team at The PIT monthly, along with other plays, and indie shows around the city.
Kristen is a comedian living in NYC. She grew up in Bushwick, Brooklyn and Oceanside, Long Island with Puerto Rican parents.
Kristen graduated from Pace University’s Acting Program with a BFA. She has also studied Improv at UCB and graduated from the Improv program at the Peoples Improv Theater. Currently, she performs on sketch house team Church Social at the Peoples Improv Theater. Past Credits include: 3 Americas, Extreme Moms on Lifetime, and the International Fringe Festival.
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Alyssa Al-Dookhi (they/she) is an Arab American comedian, writer and game show host living in Philadelphia.
They co-produce and host the game shows “Eat Your Beats!” and “Make Up Or Break Up.” You can also catch them showing their passion for public television as membership talent on WHYY. Alyssa was a finalist in Helium Comedy Club’s Philly’s Phunniest contest and was a featured performer at the Women in Comedy Festival presented by HBO.
Raised in a Muslim family, Sarah is a no-holds barred comic tackling the taboo topics often found in religion, race, politics and sexuality. As a Moroccan-Japanese woman, Sarah’s comedic stylings offer a one-of-a-kind perspective on society, while her worldly upbringing allows her material to be universally funny.
Within her first year of stand-up comedy, Sarah was selected as New York Comedy Festival's Best of New Talent ('19), selected for the Arab-American Comedy Festival ('19), was a quarterfinalist for Stand Up NBC, won the New Faces in Comedy contest in October 2019, and won several comedy competitions throughout New York City.
Sarah also produces a bi-weekly comedy show called NERVOUS LAUGHTER, and KAMIKAZE, an Asian-led comedy show featuring stand-up from top local talent and Japanese game show dares.