Meet Dr. Ron: Hypnotherapist. Author. Idiot. A delusional self-help guru in the midst of a midlife crisis, Ron finds that his impending divorce and the prospect of losing custody of his children is interrupting what he considers to be a “career renaissance,” during which he has written a book and started wearing an awful toupee. Forced to reevaluate his life, he may find help in the form of Hugo, a day laborer he meets at the local hardware superstore, and a pretty new patient who may be more than just a client.
Chicago-born Matt Walsh is a founding member of the national improv-sketch comedy theatre Upright Citizens Brigade. Walsh currently stars in HBO’s award-winning comedy series Veep as Mike McLintock, for which he has won a SAG Award. Walsh is currently on location in Boston shooting Sony’s highly-anticipated reboot of Ghostbusters. Next April, Walsh stars in 20th Century Fox’s spy comedy Keeping Up With The Joneses opposite Jon Hamm and Zach Galifianakis. Walsh is also set to star in Netflix’s upcoming Adam Sandler comedy The Do Over.
Brian Huskey is proud to say that he has officially been classified as a "That Guy", with over 100 film, commercial and television credits. Presently Huskey can be seen in Comedy Central’s "Another Period" as Victor, HBO’s "Veep" as the pain in the ass journalist Leon West, Adult Swim’s "Childrens Hospital" as Chet the bizarre paramedic and on Bob’s Burgers as various voices but most notably as Regular Sized Rudy. Huskey has been a proud member of the Upright Citizens Brigade theater for over 15 years. Huskey is a former photographer and is very excited to get his visual rocks off on his Instagram account, so check it out: @thebrianhuskey.
Horatio Sanz was a member of the Second City from 1993 to 1997. He was a founding member of the Upright Citizens Brigade, and still performs at its long-running comedy show "ASSSCAT" in New York and Los Angeles. He was a cast member of "Saturday Night Live" from 1998 to 2006. He has appeared in various Web videos, TV shows, and films, including "Step Brothers", in which he played a Billy Joel impersonator.
Morgan Walsh grew up in Portland and Seattle before moving to LA to study at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, and later at Second City and Upright Citizens Brigade. Her recent film credits include 2011’s Boxing Day, starring Danny Huston, and 2012’s High Road, an independent comedy starring Rob Riggle and Ed Helms. Her television credits include Brooklyn 99, Happy Endings, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Shameless, Children’s Hospital and the Adult Swim comedy, NTSF:SD:SUV. She appears regularly onstage at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Hollywood in "The Realest Real Housewives," reviewed twice as LA WEEKLY’s "pick of the week."