Chloe Detrick is an actress, comedian, and writer living in West Hollywood. Before making the move to LA from DC last year to pursue her more entertainment-focused hobbies, she received a Master of Arts degree in Clinical-Community Psychology, which taught her to understand human behavior and relationships from a more holistic approach.
While living in DC, she began acting in various short films and plays including a comedy pilot entitled ‘Pay to Play’ produced by Novelty Hat Productions, filmed in Baltimore, MD, and taking place in Brooklyn, NY, which was just accepted into the Austin Comedy Short Film Fest. She also starred in both Kensington Arts Theatre and British Players productions in Kensington, MD.
Since moving to Los Angeles in June 2019, she’s hit the ground running with both her acting and comedy career. She’s appeared in both pilots and trailers that have been pitched to several award-winning film festivals and has received acting and writing training from The Pack Theater, Andrew Wood Acting Studio, and Upright Citizens Brigade where she’s also performed alongside several trusty members of her sketch writing classes (shout out to Cameron Blackwell who’s willing take on any character and put on almost any outfit that the scene calls for).
Most recently, she’s leaned into the fact that she isn’t terrible at stand-up comedy (despite never fully being able to shake the nerves that come with being alone on stage with a mic and your thoughts). She’s performed sets at the Fourth Wall Comedy Café, Upright Citizens Brigade, and Lyric Hyperion and has most recently signed up for a stand-up comedy workshop with Lesley Wolff. You can follow her ramblings on Twitter and keep up with her more professional website at chloedetrick.com.
Lauren Harris is an actress, writer, producer, and director. More notably, she is a recovered serial dater (shout out to my therapist and retired fratty-douchebag-boyfriend). A Philadelphia Native, she graduated with honors from the University of Southern California with a double major in Dramatic Arts (emphasis on Acting) and Spanish (fluent).
She received a merit scholarship to study at the Berridge Conservatory in Normandy, France, attended The Pig Iron Theatre Company in Philadelphia, PA, and the British American Dramatic Academy in London, England. Locally, she has studied with Lesly Kahn, Margie Haber, Judy Kain, Annie Grindlay, The Ivana Chubbuck Studio, and most recently at The Groundlings Theatre & School.
Theatrically, she has portrayed roles such as Lady Macbeth, Eliza Doolittle in Pygmalion at the Cockpit Theatre, Mrs. Juno in Overruled at the West Valley Playhouse, and Miss Bingley in Pride and Prejudice at the Culver City Playhouse.
Some of her most notable film/television credits include a guest-starring role in Murder Loves Company on Investigation Discovery Network, and she most recently starred and made her directing debut in Defining Dodo, a Latinx LGBTQ story told in both English and Spanish. She is the co-creator, star and writer of It's A Girl Thing, a feminist episodic that won Best Series Awards at The Florence Film Awards, London Independent Film Festival, Miami Web Fest, Moscow Film Party, California Women's Festival, and Los Angeles Filmmakers' Showcase.
Lauren is a dog lover, self-proclaimed foodie, avid hiker, and can be found most days leaving LAX. To hear all about Lauren’s bragging rights, visit laurenelizabethharris.com.