John Di Domenico
John Di Domenico is an Emmy Nominated, Actor, Writer, Comedian and Impersonator, he performs many different characters but is best known for his award winning Trump impersonation which he has performed since 2004. When Trump announced his presidential run in June of 2015, Di Domenico was in high demand, he became the official Donald Trump for numerous TV shows, making countless appearances on Conan O’Brien, Chelsea Handler, The View, Fox News Redeye, BlazeNetwork and many more outlets. Di Domenico also reads the tweets and performs sketches on Slate’s Trumpcast and live shows. John has made hundreds of live appearances as Trump around the country and internationally he can be seen and heard in videos on Youtube, commercials, animated series, voiceovers and numerous toys. John has appeared as Trump in 3 feature films and the 13 episode comedy web series “You’ve Got Trumped” & is the winner of ABC's The View, National Trump Competition and The Laugh Factory’s International Competition. John is originally from the Philadelphia area where he started his acting career, then moved to New York to work in theatre, television, film, standup and was a member of the storied Improv Company “Some Assembly Required”.
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 over came a severe speech impediment as a child to become a performer and is grateful to work as an actor.
Mikalah Gordon, a Las Vegas Native, has been a world wide sensation since she was in the womb, where she would start voice lessons in her second trimester. She made her TV debut as a Top 12 contestant on season 4 of American Idol where audiences fell in love with her powerful voice and unique stage presence, however they proved to be useless in helping her win the competition. Her run on Idol earned her a record deal with famed judge Randy Jackson on Interscope Records, making her a household dog name.
In addition to her vocal success, Mikalah has made her mark on the LA comedy scene with her edgy stand-up performances, where she has been booed at The Comedy Store and The Laugh Factory to name a few. The spicy comedienne has starred on the WB sitcom “Living with Fran”, with Fran Drescher, been a field correspondent for “The Tyra Banks Show” and “The TV Guide Network”, and served as a co-host on “American Idol Extra”. She will likely appear on “COPS” very soon. Mikalah also has a knack for the dramatic where she starred as the title role on the CBS hit show, “The Unit". Mikalah was recently a resident singer with Post Modern Jukebox and now you can catch this soulless chanteuse Wednesday-Saturday at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas Hotel’s "Rose. Rabbit. Lie." Her favorite club anthem is “The Star Spangled Banner.”
Mark is a series regular on Nickelodeon's I Am Frankie and can be seen on upcoming episodes of ABC's How To Get Away with Murder and AMC's Lodge 49. He is a USC Acting graduate, trained at UCB and The Groundlings and teaches on-camera acting/improv for US Army Entertainment Europe. @SirMarkOfJ
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!
Lisa 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 and is thrilled to be performing in the first-ever Trump Family Special.
Suzanne Sole – A Chicago native and graduate of the Second City and Annoyance Theatre Conservatories, Sole has appeared on comedy stages throughout Los Angeles and Chicago. National Touring Company roles include, Muriel Eubanks in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and E.B. Janet in SPANK! The Fifty Shades Parody. Other theatre credits include Woman 2 in Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World Off-Broadway, and Dolly Tate opposite Patti LuPone in Annie Get Your Gun directed by Lonny Price and accompanied by The Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Ravinia in Chicago. Sole appeared as Shirley Partridge in VH1’s, The New Partridge Family, and has co-starred in NBC’s Chicago PD, Joey, TBS pilot What News?, It’s So Over on E!, Lifetime’s Strong Medicine, and she has enjoyed on-camera and voice over work in national commercials. Suzanne can currently be seen as community theatre maven Gloria Tussell in the web series Backstage Drama -winner of the 2012 Telly-Michigan Emmy® Award, and she continues to create her own works, currently in production with co-created web series, The Hirsches Care About The Earth, as well as her one-woman stage show, The View from the Dumpster, which premiered to ovations at Davenport's Cabaret in Chicago. SuzanneSole.com
John's recent theater credits include: Max in Lend Me A Tenor and Paul the Human in the workshop of Darling Grenadine, at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. This year, John was Ryan in season three of Hulu's Casual, Frankie in Subway's Italian hero campaign, Andrew in the feature film The Book Club with Candice Bergen, and he looks forward to make his network debut, this fall, in the pilot episode of Ghosted on Fox.
ANNE TORSIGLIERI has been seen on Broadway in Top Girls, Parade, Blood Brothers and Miss Saigon as well as in the National Tour of Les Misérables as Fantine. Off-Broadway and regionally she's performed at Manhattan Theatre Club, Second Stage, Playwrights Horizons, Ensemble Studio Theatre, NY Stage and Film, Williamstown Theatre Festival, McCarter Theatre, Baltimore Center Stage, The Huntington, The Eugene O’Neill Theatre Festival, Sundance Theatre Lab, Great Lakes Theatre Festival, Cleveland Playhouse, Northern Stage and others.
She is the recipient of Back Stage West/Drama Logue and Garland Awards for her performance as Catherine Sloper in The Heiress (Berkeley Rep) and the New Hampshire Theatre Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance as the titular role in The Drowsy Chaperone (New London Barn Playhouse). TV and film include “Law & Order”, “Kidnapped”, “Gossip Girl” and the award winning “Albert Schweitzer: Called to Africa.” Anne is an Associate Professor in the Dept. of Theater and Dance at UCSB. She is a graduate of Princeton University and The Juilliard School. Her new play "A" Train just finished a successful run with United Solo in NYC. ATraintheplay.com
As an actor, Glen has appeared in over 50 plays and musicals, from Cabaret to Copenhagen. As a director, his credits include The Laramie Project, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, and eight original musicals for the Princeton Triangle Club. He holds a BA from Princeton and an MFA from the University of San Diego/Old Globe Theatre. Glen’s superhero alter ego is Mike Hot-Pence, who raises money for communities and causes that are especially vulnerable under the Trump-Pence administration. He collects donations publicly in and around Manhattan and also online at his Crowdrise page (www.crowdrise.com/mikehotpence). To date, Mike Hot-Pence has raised over $21,000 for Planned Parenthood, Natural Resources Defense Council, The Trevor Project, and International Refugee Assistance Project, among others. Follow him on Facebook, Twitter (@mikehotpence), and Instagram (Mike Hot-Pence)