Cristi Rumpza is a Minnesota native who has been working in Film and Video for the past six years. She holds a degree in Cinematography and is the Founder of Girls Aren’t Funny Productions, where she specializes in Comedy. In addition, Cristi has been acting for eight years, twenty-eight if you count elaborate home video performances. In her earlier career, Cristi worked as a Juvenile Corrections Officer so she can also diffuse a fist fight, should one arise. Cristi’s true passion is working in Film and she is proud to say that she has won awards for: Best Film, Best Wardrobe, Best Hair/Makeup and Best Acting Ensemble. In short, Cristi loves to make people laugh using fun and compelling imagery. In her free time, Cristi enjoys volunteering for Midwest Animal Rescue as a Foster and advocating for animals via shaming others on Facebook. She also performs a mean, "Possum Kingdom" given the right amount of Vodka and appropriate Karaoke venue.
Emily Schmidt is a writer and improviser living in Los Angeles. Originally from the Minneapolis area, Emily attended NYU-Tisch for TV Writing and Producing, and her portfolio contains a variety of sketches, plays, and pilot scripts. She currently works as a writer's assistant, and also improvises regularly with various groups around town and at the Upright Citizens Brigade. She produces OMG: Before We Got Our Lady Bits in both Minneapolis and LA -- an improv show featuring the real Jr. High diaries of beloved lady improvisers. Emily also plays basketball with a bunch of funny gals on a team called the Lucille Ballers, and records her baking adventures on her blog, Moist Bundt. You can find her upcoming shows and writing samples at www.emilyrschmidt.com.