Nick Delehanty is an ensemble member at The New Colony and founding member of PlanetTown. His Chicago theater credits include Kate and Sam Aren’t Breaking Up, Frat, and The 3 Citrons. He is a touring member of the Griffin Theatre Company’s Letter’s Home. He co-wrote the short documentary Script Comes Last and edited the feature film, One Year Later.
Nathan Hulne has been training in, performing, writing, and filming comedy for the past seven years. His interest in comedy was cultivated early on by writing comic strips and filming short videos with friends. Nathan then moved to Chicago to learn the art of improv. After graduating iO Chicago’s Training Center, he set his sights to acting, by taking classes at Act One Studios and graduating from Acting Studio Chicago. Years of creating video sketches with PlanetTown led to co-writing and co-starring in this network-length TV pilot.
After graduating from Skidmore College with a degree in Theater, Trevor Martin spent the next six years performing in Chicago’s comedy and theater scenes. A graduate of iO Chicago’s Training Center and Second City’s Conservatory Program, Trevor has also performed in sketch/comedy festivals around the country with his critically acclaimed sketch team Oh Theodora (San Francisco, New York, LA, etc.) He is a new arrival in Los Angeles, where he performs regularly at iO West and Nerdmelt Showroom and takes classes at the Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade theaters.
William Russo is a proud graduate of Drake University, the University of Michigan, and the IO Chicago Training Center. With ‘Win the Internet’s’ incessant word play, physical comedy, and silly costumes he is thrilled to finally see his degree in broadcasting be put to good use. He would like to thank his family, friends, and Google Docs for making ‘Win the Internet’ possible.
Jim Smylie is a lifelong performer, with an acting career that began when he had to sing to be heard over his five older brothers. In addition to his years in PlanetTown he’s also performed live comedy with Clown Car to Sicily and The Second City’s musical improv troupe Infinite Sundaes. Jim has also performed in plays such as Enter Laughing at The Attic Playhouse and Till the Fat Lady Sings at The Victory Gardens Greenhouse. He has appeared in multiple independent films as well, including Jessamine and Through the Trees. Jim enjoys the collaborative environment of PlanetTown and a wide variety of Japanese cartoons, some of which feature robots and some of which do not.
Derek Cox is a Director of Photography, Editor, and loving husband. He uses a blend of movement, select focus, and creative lighting to develop a signature style for each project. He also received an Emmy for his work on this PBS Documentary.