Baby Hippopotamus Productions

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Giselle "Baby G" Talent  |  Actress
... the youngest of the Talent family and this production marks the first time she has worked professionally with her oldest brother King. She is a graduate of AMDA and has danced on tour and with Disney World. Previous credits include Sweet Charity, Twelfth Night, Five Dogs and A Bone and Les Miserables. She is proud to bring you tonight's bowl of Abnormal Stew. Lots of love to Mom....Continued
JB Talent  |  Actor
More character than should be legal!

The family's resident character guy ... every five minutes JB thinks he's somebody else. And he usually is. This disorder leads to some particularly fun, albeit slightly dangerous, performances.

Laz Viciedo  |  Actor, Comedian
Laz began his career early on, performing in diapers for family members. His first performance was in the Robert Fulton Grammar School talent show. He later studied theatre at Rider University and Ramapo College performing in such plays as, "A Few Good Men", "A Midsummer Night's Dream", and "Mack the Knife". Laz trained as a classical and contemporary actor and also began to write and direct his own one act plays. He is founder of Ramapo's first comedy troupe, "The Peanut Gallery", producing original sketch comedies from slapstick to musicals. ...Continued
Andy Jacobs  |  Actor
Andy Jacobs has been acting, singing, and making people laugh since he was born. He hails from the great state of North Dakota, and is the best thing to come from the state since... since...Moving on, he trained in acting at New York's American Musical and Dramatics Academy, and stand-up comedy at Manhattans Comedy School. Since graduating, he had performed at stand-up at Carolines Comedy Club, and been a member of Comedy Sportz New York. He is honored to be a part of this show, and he dedicates this performance to his friends from school, who helped make his costumes possible....Continued
Kat Castaneda  |  Actress
She does it kind of erotic like.
King Talent  |  Actor, Comedian, Director, Producer, Artistic Director
... has had one of the most non-traditional careers a performer could possibly have. He spent the first several years of his career living out of a beat up 1988 Nissan Sentra while travelling the United States staging everything from improvisational comedy shows to Shakespeare. His introduction to comedy came in the early '90s as a performer and emcee with Naked Comedy in Las Vegas. Later he would form his own theatrical company and continue to stage plays throughout the Southwest while also writing and directing TV commercials for McAlister Television. ...Continued
Matt 'Mo' Talent  |  Actor
... has been performing since childhood, but actually began to study acting in 1992, first with the De Anza Shakespeare Ensemble where he portrayed Hamlet/Polonius (Hamlet), Baptista (Taming of the Shrew), Friar Lawrence/Peter (Romeo & Juliet) along with studying fencing. He then went to study at the Foothill Theatre Conservatory where he played George Gibbs in Our Town. He has worked with Comedy & Tragedy Inc where he played the role of Watson (Death by Writers Block) and wrote/directed/performed in a one-act (why do we do it?). ...Continued
Tony King  |  Actor
... you may call him by his last name or if you're slightly bolder, "Your Majesty" is what this young man prefers. Tony King has always felt honored to be included in the Talented Talent Brothers' group. He hails from Rock Hill, South Carolina and is a proud son of the South. When people say the South will rise again, what they're actually referring to is Tony King. He came to New York in 1999 to study acting at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. Mr. King has starred Off-Broadway as Milton Derby in Mother Tongue and Andrew in Grease Pan Alley....Continued
Amy Kersten  |  Actor
hails from the far away land Kansas and now lives in Brooklyn to attempt to make up for her embarssingly suburban background (insert bad Wizard of Oz quote here). Her grand theatrical debut was in The Spinach Musical at the Lenexa, Kansas annual Spinach Festival. And after throwing raw spinach at her audience, Amy was hooked. Most recently she appeared at the Medicine Show Theatre in "Fire Exit" and "The Changeling". She is also working currently theatre groups Random Coconuts and Point of You. Amy recently appeared in the pilot episode for the internet sitcom duder. (she has no idea why its called duder by the way). For more info visit www....Continued
Anne Mcdaniels  |  Actress
joins the The Talented Talent Brothers playing the role of the conniving, bitchy seductress, "Flo" in Weasel Erotica. The Cannes Film Festival recently debuted her latest indy film, "Sex and Camping," where she played the neurotic nymphomaniac "Nadine." Ironically, she came from the tight, buttoned-up business world before switching to follow her dream of actingits from THAT world that allows her to access her edgy, antagonist behaviors! She moved to NYC from a small town in Wisconsin, via Minneapolis, MN where attended the University of Minnesota, worked for General Mills and later became an NFL Cheerleader for the Minnesota Vikings. ...Continued
Jennifer Sandella  |  Actress
Jennifer Sandella (Alison - Tristan) is a New York City native and a recent graduate of the BFA acting program at Hofstra University. Favorite past credits include "The Liberation of Little Lulu" at Theater for the New City, "Seascape with Sharks and Dancer" and "Weasel Erotica." For more info please visit
Rebecca Sponseller  |  Actress
a.k.a. "Opera Girl," originally hails from California, where she studied opera performance. Some of her favorite West Coast credits include Carousel (Carrie), You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown (Lucy), Phantom (Christine), and La Cenerentola (Clorinda). After getting a master's degree in voice, Rebecca ran away to Germany with hopes of setting a new beer drinking record. When that didn't work out, Rebecca settled for studying theater in Berlin on a Fulbright Scholarship. Rebecca has performed internationally in many Berlin theatres and at the Dublin Fringe Festival. ...Continued
Jeremy Sykes  |  Actor
... joins the Talented Talent Brothers playing dual roles (you'll just have to wait and see ... it's too complicated to explain here) in Weasel Erotica. He recently performed in The Brig through the Works Theatre Project's anti- war play series. Recent singing performances at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and the New York Geneological Society. Jeremy enjoyed two years with the The Magic Bridge Children's Theatre Company, as Foxy in "Dolphin Up a Tree."...Continued
Kimi Winkler  |  Actress
... after attending K.D. Acting Conservatory in Dallas Texas, Kimi Winkler made the move to New York in 2003. Although her first love was performing live she now appreciates the art of on camera acting as well. Mostly working in experimental theater and short films, she has consistently continued to pursue her career, as well as better herself as an actor. After recently being featured in the Krups Short Film competition's winning entry, "Espresso Ninjas" and performing in the Samuel French Festival in "Taxi", she joins us here in "Weasel Erotica" as Kitty, the mischievous, yet lovable counterpart of one very excited weasel....Continued
Melissa Jo Talent  |  Actress, Director, Producer
... is living proof that the kid sister can find a position where she can boss her big brothers around. A director and actor, Mel most recently appeared as the Princess in Love's Labours Lost and as Rosencrantz in Hamlet on tour with the Hudson Shakespeare Company. Melissa has also performed at Rutgers; Twelfth Night as Feste, Margaret in London Theatre Academy's production of Henry VI, Part 2 and Beatrice in Cabaret's Much Ado. Thanks to King and Mo for this great opportunity to do something besides Shakespeare, the cast, Elli and the folks. Oh, and of course the little lord Jesus....Continued
Jack Boice  |  Actor
... feels honored and privileged to be joining the Baby Hippopotamus for the first time. He can't even find the words to express how pleased he is to be a part of The Broken Jump and to work with such talented actors. Jack most recently played Judas in The Passion Play. He is also an accomplished guitarist who can be found playing all over New York. And if there are any of you out there that enjoy singing...He also hosts Karaoke nights in many New York City Bars. If one would like to get in touch to find out where these events are being held please email ...Continued
Dan Hernandez  |  Actor
... is thrilled to be a part of The Broken Jump and the Midtown International Theatre Festival. A recent graduate of Brown University, Dan's recent credits include the TSI/Playtime series show "Sweetheart," Kryptonite Hearts at Theater for the New City, and Dan's solo show The Macho Society of America. In addition to acting, Dan writes screenplays, drama, fiction, and has even been known to dabble in (bad) poetry when "the mood is right." Dan thanks everyone in the cast and crew for their support. ...Continued
Greg Homison  |  Actor
... has recently returned to acting after a substantial intermission. He has recently appeared as Leonard in the White Horse Theatre Company's production of Tennessee Williams' In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel, and at the Emerging Artists Theatre as part of their short play festival, Fall EATfest 2006. This will be his third stage appearance since his return. He is very pleased to have the opportunity to work with Baby Hippopotamus Productions and to participate in the Midtown International Theatre Festival...Continued
Caitlin Meiner  |  Actress
... is thrilled to be part of The Broken Jump. A recent graduate of Brown University, Caitlin was recently in the short film "Suburban Bravery" which was shown in theaters nationwide (produced by Upright Citizens Brigade and Screenvision) and the Off-Broadway show Stairway to Hell. Other favorite roles include "Roxie" in Chicago, "Cassandra" in Agamemnon, and "Cecily" in The Importance of Being Earnest. Caitlin also works as a choreographer, movement coach/consultant, and fight choreography....Continued