MIKE MILDON (Writer/Actor/Director)

Mike Mildon worked as a part-time job bartender at T.G.I. Friday's by night while he studied for a business degree by day. Over time, he learned the tricks of the bartender trade, including flairing, from his boss/mentor Doug Coughlin. Mike and Doug's bartending act became popular and they ended up working at a trendy nightclub catering to New York's wealthy and elite. Sadly, Mike and Doug’s partnership ended when a cool seductress named Coral came between them. Afterward, Mike moved to Jamaica to bartend where he met the love of his life, Jordan Mooney. While they went through some rough times, in the end love prevailed, and they married. Mike opened up his own bar called "Flanagan's Cocktails & Dreams" and he does improv in Toronto in his free time. Doug killed himself.

JACKSON ROWE (Writer/Actor)

Jackson Rowe is a young racer from Eagle Rock, California, with years of experience in open-wheel racing winning championships in the United States Auto Club (USAC). His goal was to win the Indianapolis 500 but realized that "You can't win at Indy without a great car and my name isn't Andretti or Unser". When his long time rival Rowdy Burns had to undergo brain surgery to fix a broken blood vessel, Rowdy asked Jackson to drive his car at the Daytona 500 so his sponsors would pay for the year. Jackson reluctantly agreed, winning the race, and celebrating with a well-earned smooch from Nicole Kidman. He also enjoys comedy.

 

JON RENDE (Writer/Actor)

Former US Army Captain Jon Rende was a bitter alcoholic traumatized by the atrocities he committed during the American Indian Wars until his former commanding officer Colonel Bagley approached him to train the newly formed Imperial Japanese Army for Japanese businessman Omura. Omura intended to use the army to suppress a samurai-headed rebellion against Japan's new Emperor. After a failed attack on the samurai, Jon was captured by them and taken in as one of their own, eventually becoming their leader in the rebellion, cause why not. Anyway, pretty much all of the samurai died except for Jon, who retired to a quaint Japanese village to write sketches.

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