Ralph MacLeod is a Toronto-based actor, improviser, comedian and the co-owner of The Social Capital Theatre. He is also a co-founder of the Bad Dog Theatre. Ralph has produced, created, directed, starred in, and/or written hundreds of live shows including Murder at the Burlesque, A Twisted Christmas Carol, the Hot Blanks in Love Series, and Clue Live. He’s the host of the popular live game show The Dating Game at The Social Capital Theatre. As well as being a familiar face on YTV’s Extreme Babysitting and Undercover High, Ralph got to play his dream role when he was cast as Richard M. Nixon in Race for the White House.
Marcel St. Pierre is an actor, improvisor, producer and author. His first book: Vengeful Hank & Other Shortweird Stories was an Amazon #1 best-seller. A founder and former Artistic Director of The Bad Dog Theatre Company, he has performed with The Second City National Touring Company, Canadian Comedy-Award winning Monkey Toast, comedy troupe The Stand-Ins (CBC) and the comedy/writing duo Frightwig (2003 Centaur Theatre Award for Best English Play at the Montreal Fringe). He was a writer/producer and recurring character on CBC’s Canadian Screen Award-winning The Morgan Waters Show. (Best Youth Program, 2007) and has appeared on Instant Star, The Firm, Air Farce, Rick Mercer Report and Designated Survivor.
Robert Hawke is an actor, author and speaker. With fellow Coincidence Man Gord Oxley, he shared in a Canadian Comedy Award and a Gemini Nomination for television writing. He has created and taught original content for U of T Medical School, The Ontario Hospital Association and The University Health Network. His books include Doing Happiness: Uncovering The Hidden Benefits of Feeling Good, and Kicking Cancer’s Ass: A Light-Hearted Guide To The Fight of Your Life. Rob is one half of the comedy duo Fast & Dirty and is crazy about The Coincidence Men. He lives somewhere with his awesome wife and ridiculously small dog.
Gord Oxley is a Toronto-based improviser, actor, writer, and artist (sure, why not). He’s performed in countless improv and sketch comedy shows in Toronto and beyond over the years, and loves working with his kindred stoopids The Coincidence Men. With fellow C-Man Rob, he’s also one half of semi-dormant Gemini-nominated comedy duo Fast & Dirty. He has also been known to write and perform the odd dumb solo song on his guitar, design the odd show poster, post the odd video to youtube, and tech the odd comedy show at The Social Capital. And some of those were very odd. Which, if you know Gord, really isn’t that odd.
Kerry Griffin is an actor, improviser, and director based in Toronto. He is a founding member of the award winning improv troupe Slap Happy, which was a mainstay of the Toronto comedy scene for over 10 years and toured internationally. He joined the mainstage cast of The Second City in 2008 and has since directed four critically acclaimed revues. Kerry has taught improv for over 15 years at The Second City, Bad Dog Theatre, The Social Capital and more. He’s appeared in over 100 tv and radio commercials and on Degrassi (CBC), Covert Affairs (Showcase) and Murdoch Mysteries (CBC). Kerry has won multiple Canadian Comedy Awards including twice being named Canada’s best male improviser.