Jonathan is a graduate of The Second City’s Sketch Conservatory where his work garnered him a nomination for the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund Award. He has continued his education in improv and sketch comedy with The Second City’s House Co. and Bob Curry Fellowship where again his work earned him the opportunity to perform in the NBC Breakout Comedy Festival
Scott is an award winning Director and Producer. After being an actor for over fifteen years starring in numerous films and Television shows such as Degrassi: The Next Generation, Scott began to follow his true passion: Directing. Past credits include his award winning short film Pieces. Upcoming Directing credits include O’brother! A Comedy Web Series, Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary: Tribute
Ophira Calof is a singer, writer, and performer, currently based in Toronto, Canada. She has an extensive background in opera performance and has performed across Canada with the UBC Opera Ensemble and Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, with credits including Praskovia (The Merry Widow), Soeur Antoine (Dialogues of the Carmelites), and Mother (Hansel and Gretel). She has completed a Specialist Certificate in
Dave is a video editor. He has made the very lucrative and adult decision to join a sketch comedy group. You can find him yelling at your petulant children to stop running on local pool decks.
Corey hates writing bios.
Carolyn Dunk is a film production coordinator with a background in event production. Her time working at The Second City Theatre grew her long term fascination and appreciation of sketch comedy, while confirming the fact that her talents are better suited behind the camera, rather than on the stage. She has worked for several years at the Toronto International Film
Alan Belerique has studied with Second City, Bad Dog Theatre, ITC, New York’s UCB, and is a longform Second City House Team alumn. He has improvised in numerous shows including the Toronto Improv Festival, Festival of New Formats, Bad Dog’s “Globehead” and the “Del Close Marathon” in New York. An accomplished actor, he has also performed in P.L.S. Theatre’s production
Alan totally nails this audition to recast a classic video game character.
Aliya’s bag of comedy tricks includes standup, sketch and improv. She was super excited to join the CookieBiscuits team after they practically begged her to be part of it…seriously, it was embarrassing (no, she did not write this bio herself and would never try and manipulate a situation to make herself feel validated, how dare you sir!). Needless to say,
Tamlynn is an actor, writer, occasional director, infrequent musician, and constant avid cheese lover (despite her lactose intolerance.) She completed her BFA in Acting with a Certificate in Arts Management at the University of Windsor in 2015. Recent credits include: Bassianus in Titus Andronicus (Seven Siblings Theatre); Writer/Performer for #staystrong (Drawing Board Productions); Candy in Make Love Not War (Small
Erik isn’t funny, he just pretends to be. He is opinionated, long winded and sarcastic. Speaking with him is a tumultuous task. His arrogance knows no bounds as it infects even the most pious of auras. His accomplishments are well documented and often the subject of his own conversations. There is no parallel to his pomposity. His greatest strength is
Right now it must feel like the entire world is either yelling or laughing at you… Or some weird combination of both. It’s hard, and I’m sorry if this was not the outcome you had hoped when you voted in your election. Equally, if you did vote for Trump and are celebrating, I’m not here to judge you for
A picture’s worth a thousand words. A dick pic is worth three or four.
Adam and Charlie’s pillow talk can get a little unusual.
Toronto man committed as time-traveller after using “olden-day conversation” instead of sending a dick-pic A Toronto woman contacted authorities on Monday after a man sent her Tinder messages comprising entirely of unsolicited sentences, instead of the customary photo of a dick. The woman, a UofT post-grad, was trying to remain strong while visibly shaken; “It was disgusting. There was
His and Her Sex Moves for the Overly (and heinously) Adventurous We’ve all heard about these horrific sex moves created to tickle the funny bones of the inner teenage boy in all of us. From the mildly “waaaay past vanilla” kinky to the down right “you should really get a restraining order and go into witness protection” obscene.
Some things are best left unsaid.
Friends don’t let Friends be nice guys.
If you don’t know how to address the elephant in the room… Cookie Biscuits says rap about it!
Why does my book smell like mothballs?
We’re doing live sketches in variety show! FANNYCAKES’ Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1230836210279794/
The team was on a podcast! We’re a big deal. Joshua Benoit invited us to jump on his podcast Live from the 905 on Riot Radio. We made the road-trip on March 16th and the segment (with video!) is available below. Joshua is a great interviewer. He only had one restriction of ‘no swearing’. We respected it for at least 7 minutes.
…based on his name alone. Written by Christopher D. Seeney (Canadian) and Adam Fawns (Aussie) Reason 10: Urban Dictionary “Bernie” is “A very attractive person, about 5 foot 2.” “Sander” is “A guy who is almost too sexy, ya know, like he ain’t from this earth.” Reason 9: Great nicknames and catchphrases He gives Republicans a “sick Bern”. His
Can we please calm our tits about Kim Kardashian’s tits? I’m not going to lie, I haven’t actually read a full article, followed all the tweets or seen the original photo of Mrs West baring her breasts. However, I still have an opinion on this very polarising matter: of pretty much no opinion- at least on Kim’s two cans.
They say never meet your heroes. But if your hero is Colin Mochrie – best known as a legendary veteran of the improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? – do whatever you can to meet him. Last Tuesday I did just that and got to perform with him. My experience was 2 minutes that I I’ll remember for a very
Watch the smart watch! …because it’s definitely watching you.
It’s not the punch you’ve gotta worry about.
Evil’s artwork has no price.
Cookie Biscuits explains how babies are made.
When Christopher Seeney isn’t writing his A-grade material with CookieBiscuits, he’s improvising with B-grade effort for “Shots Fired!” – a comedy gold rush. This troupe of Toronto degenerates is the resulting love child between live improv comedy and college drinking games. Check out their Facebook page to get to know the rest of the team, or follow for up-coming shows!
Electrolyte sports replenishment drink? Naaaaaaaah…
The Millers can’t wait for their new child to arrive from the Millenial adoption agency.
Don’t wan’t to give your money to the homeless for fear they’ll spend it on drugs? Buy him a coffee instead..
On January 28th we’re opening up the oven to the cookie-munching world! Jump on to the CookieBiscuit’s Launch Party! on Facebook.
Christopher Seeney is a writer, director, performer, singer, songwriter, chef, occasional water skier, film collection organizer, and more.. Or in other words, a sexdecuple threat. He`s also efficient at looking up obscure words on the internet. So scratch that, make it a septendecuple threat. Chris performs on and off with his fellow conservatory program graduates in a live improvised soap
Cassandra is the least funny member of Cookie Biscuits and prides herself on this fact! She may not be able to make the group laugh but she sure can act the shit out of the funny sketches the other talented members write. Originally from the small town of Fenwick, Ontario, Cassandra moved to Toronto in 2014 to peruse her dreams
Charlie Whalley is a fictional character hailing from Cookie Biscuit Land, if by fictional you mean “by God this woman is too good to be true, where does all this talent come from”?!?! She is a former Army brat, current web series creator and future crazy cat lady. Charlie has acted since she was 14 years old when realised people
In South Tottenham, London, Roshie was born and raised, on the playground he spent most of his days… Since moving to Toronto in 2011, Rosh has done a bunch of acting work but is more focused on trying to figure out the end of the movie Inception. Is it a dream or not? He doesn’t get it. The spinny thing
Professional IT-Guy, Semi-Pro Actor, Amateur Comedian and Hobby Rap-Battler. This reads like a list of random LinkedIn endorsements or the sporadic passions of a madman. It’s both.
Andrew is the 6th funniest member of Cookie Biscuits. He also knows how to use a camera, so we keep him around for that. I swear to god though, if he pitches ONE MORE rehash of a late 90’s Saturday Night Live sketch he’s out of the group. You’re on thin ice, camera guy.