Ben Morrison : Creator / Host

is a Los Angeles based actor, writer, comedian and filmmaker. Acting since he was 6 years old, Ben is a graduate of NYU’s TISCH School of the arts where he trained under William H. Macy and David Mamet, and added stand-up comedian to his resume shortly thereafter. It’s been full-steam ahead ever since.

A staple of LA area comedy clubs, Ben is a regular at the Improv and Laugh Factory, and most recently acted, wrote on and was the voice of The Telethon for America with Natalie Portman, Charlize Theron and a host of other A-list talent. Before that he served as one of the head writer/producers on 140 episodes of the syndicated comedy gameshow Funny You Should Ask, and he is currently the host and creator of Superfunny! a first-of-it’s-kind multimedia variety show blending visuals and live comedy at the Hollywood Improv.

On camera, Ben is best known for his recurring role as Young Eli David on NCIS, as the lead on a season of MTV’s Punk’d, starring in a season of Mr. Personalities for Marc Cuban’s HDNet, opposite Nic Cannon and Shaq on Cartoon Network, or guest-starring on Mr. Box Office with Jon Lovitz and Bill Bellamy. Additionally, Ben has been seen as a lead in feature films Ouija Exorcism, From the Dead, and FOX’s 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity.

As a comedian, Ben has appeared on Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed and AXSTv’s Gotham Comedy Live, hosted by SNL’s Michael Che, among others.

Ben is also known for his impassioned work bringing humor and awareness to Crohn's disease, which he was diagnosed with at 17, through his one-man-show "A Comedian's Guide to Crohn's". He has worked closely with countless charities, most frequently the Crohn's and Colitis Foundations of America, to bring his message of healing through laughter to all afflicted.

Eddie Feldman : Executive Producer

As Head Writer and Executive Producer, Eddie is a winner of five Prime Time Emmy Awards, while being nominated 11 times.  He has also won three Writer’s Guild Awards, being nominated seven times.

Eddie has also Executive Produced and/or wrote such iconic shows as the Emmy winning Law and Order, Heist, The Emmy Awards, Dennis Miller Live, The Showbiz Show with David Spade, The NASCAR Sprint Cup Awards, and The Wanda Sykes Show. He wrote the episode the NY Times called the “hit of the series” for HBO’s long running animated show “Happily Ever After”.

Eddie was the SVP of Creative for World Wide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), supervising a group of 30 writers and producers, with up to 16 hours of creative content a week on multiple platforms. Recently he produced “The Telethon for America” powered by Michelle Obama’s “When We All Vote”, the first ever, non-partisan, get out the vote special, hosted by Olivia Munn and streamed to almost 1 million viewers.

As a Head Writer, SVP and Executive Producer, Eddie has supervised the hiring of all creative, production and technical staff for over 20 network series, specials and pilots. He has produced series for NBC, ABC, CBS, HBO, FOX, USA, FX, Comedy Central, MTV, ESPN, TBS, Syfy, Nat Geo, Tru TV, WWE, BBC America, and CNBC.

Jason Cook : Brand Director / Filmmaker

A native of Los Angeles, and an Art Center alum, Jason Cook came up in the advertising industry as a designer, creative director and filmmaker. After close to two decades in the industry, Jason has amassed an incredible portfolio working with some of the biggest brands in the world from Coca-Cola, Campbells, Toyota, Ford, Chevrolet, Fiat, Honda, Helix, and Carhartt to name just a few.

In 2015 Jason decided to get serious about his live action career and within a few years created a reel of work that showcased his talents mixing design and visual effects with filmmaking. High concept and idea driven stories are where Jason really shines, and whenever possible, he loves to combine his multiple disciplines to create a Voltron of narrative comedy.

Jason’s humor and irreverent sensibility can be seen in his work for clients such as Maytag, Snuggle and Dean’s. In 2019 he joined Superfunny! as a collaborator and creative partner starting with the new film “Misguided Meditation.”

Jason also loves tacos. Especially the papas variety.

Shant Hamassian : Filmmaker

Shant Hamassian, graduated Art Center College of Design.

He wrote and directed the OSCAR® qualified and SXSW favorite, NIGHT OF THE SLASHER, currently in development for a feature.

He has directed 4 music videos, live action and animated, 5 short films, and a spec commercial. One of his horror screenplays, NEVILLE, made the "Bloodlist" for best unproduced horror scripts.