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Mary Birdsong (Melania)

Mary Birdsong's TV credits include The Daily Show with Jon Stewart & Reno 911 (Comedy Central), The Middle (ABC), Raising Hope (Fox), Scream Queens (CW), Masters of Sex (Showtime) The Knick (Cinemax), & Succession (HBO).  Her film credits:  George Clooney yelled at her a lot in The Descendants, Malcolm MacDowell yelled at her a lot in Halloween 2, and Kristin Stewart sass-talked her and stole her wig in Adventureland (but really quietly, almost without moving her lips & hair looking great).  Theater:  Mary won a Theatre World Award for her Broadway debut in "Martin Short: Fame Becomes Me" and played Velma Von Tussle (also on B'Wy).  Off-Broadway, Mary was lucky to work with the late Nora Ephron in Love, Loss & What I Wore, opposite Jane Lynch and Tyne Daly.  She's also the creator of 365 Characters in 365 Days on YouTube (http://tinyurl.com/dailymary) (Day 175 and counting.)

 

Lisa St. Lou (Ivanka)

Lisa St. Lou (formerly Rothauser) is a composer, writer and performer. Lisa participated in the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and was selected for the Johnny Mercer Writer’s Colony at Goodspeed Opera House. Her writing projects include Green Acres, the Musical and Love/Sick, the Musical with book-writer John Cariani. She has appeared in the Broadway and 2nd National Touring companies of The Producers as Hold Me Touch Me and Lick Me Bite Me. Lisa originated the roles of Marie Tovesky and Rachel/Hagar in the world premiere productions of O Pioneers! (The Producers' Club) and Songs of Paradise (Caldwell Theater). Most recently, wrote, produced and starred opposite Jeremy Kushnier in Stealing Time. In addition to appearing in numerous television commercials, Lisa also wrote, produced and starred in Mommy Needs a Timeout, an original series for Nickmom.com. She has also co-written and stars in her one-woman show, LIFE. Who Knew? Lisa has a Masters in vocal performance from Boston University.

Ryan Murray (Eric)

RYAN MURRAY – a California native & graduate of NYU-Tisch, was last seen on stage in the critically acclaimed production of "Recorded In Hollywood" at the Kirk Douglas Theatre here in Los Angeles!! Bouncing coast to coast & stage to screen, he has just wrapped a new webseries entitled Black Girl In A Big Dress. He is anxiously awaiting the release of his latest film The Bride, slotted to come out later this year.  No stranger to song & dance, Ryan also recently had the extreme pleasure of playing Bing Crosby in Swinging On A Star at Riverside Theatre. Favorite credits include: the INfamous Broadway-bound production of Lone Star Love, which blazed headlines for its “unruly Hollywood celebrity!” Off B’way: Masquerade at The Cherry Lane & 1 man show King of the Mountain. Ryan also appeared as Tom on Guiding Light for 2.5 years, or you may recognize him as the face of Paco Rabanne’s 1 Million fragrance. He dedicates everything in loving memory of his mother, Marsha Murray. He is most proud to be the founder & CEO of The Wishing Kids Foundation, a non-for-profit organization that helps raise money for families & individuals suffering with terminal illness. Please visit www.thewishingkidsfoundation.org to donate & help spread the word and www.ryan-murray.com for more updates!

 

John Shartzer (Donald Jr.)

John is an LA based actor/musician. Recent theatre credits include: Logan in Missing Peace (Native Voices 2019 Playwrights Festival/ LaJolla Playhouse), Max in Lend Me A Tenor (La Mirada), Paul the Human in the workshop of Darling Grenadine (Eugene O'Neill Theatre) and Ned in Accidental Joy (NYMF/ The Montalbán). Screen credits include: Andrew in the film Book Club (opposite Candice Bergen), Backstreet Boy Perp #4 on Brooklyn 99, Worker in the pilot episode of Ghosted on Fox, and Ryan in Casual on Hulu. He's looking forward to seeing himself on CBS' Life in Pieces and Netflix's Grace and Frankie (opposite Lily Tomlin), later this year. John has also appeared in almost 20 national commercials. Check out johnshartzer.com for weird birthday songs he’s written and johnshartzer on Instagram for pictures of his cute wife.

Tor Hyams (the "Director") 

Tor is a composer, writer and performer. In Film, Tor starred opposite George Segal in Chutzpah,

This Is?, which also featured Gary Oldman and Debra Mazar. On television, he was the co-host of 

The Wild Web on CBS and was Roseanne Barr’s sidekick on her syndicated talk show. He was a regular on E! Entertainment News and the Buzz Cyberminute on KCBS. As a host, Tor has emceed Kidzapalooza at the Lollapalooza Music Festival, The Austin Kiddie Limits stage at ACL Music

Festival and KindieFest, the world’s first-ever music conference for kids music. On stage, he has appeared in Moses Man at NYMF 2016 and with Lisa St. Lou in her one-woman event, Life. Who Knew?

John Di Domenico (the Donald)

John is an Emmy Nominated, Actor, Writer & Comedian, currently he is best known for his award-winning Donald Trump impersonation as seen on ABC’s The View& LA’s Laugh Factory. Di Domenico has been performing Trump since 2004 and is the Trump for Conan O’Brien, Slate’s Trumpcast,Chelsea Handler, TBS’ The Heckler, Redeye, Planet America, Fox & Friends, Randy Rainbow and many more outlets. John has made hundreds of live appearances as Trump around the globe including the European Parliament and in feature films Disaster Movie, Meet the Spartans, Purge of Kingdoms, Not Another Celebrity Movie, the Canadian Comedy Award winning series, You Got Trumped, commercials, voiceovers, apps and even toys. Di Domenico’s Amazon Prime Comedy Special, Fake News a Trump Storyis now streaming. See John sing as Trump live on stage in Totally Outrageous Brunchon the Las Vegas Strip. John attended East Stroudsburg University and graduated from Temple University with a BA in Speech Communications. John spent a year as an Intern for U.S. Senator Arlen Specter. He overcame a severe speech impediment as a child to become a “New York actor” and gratefully works as a performer all over the world.