Milana Vayntrub will next be seen playing the Marvel universe fan-favorite role of Squirrel Girl in the Marvel comedy series NEW WARRIORS at Freeform. Recently she recurred on the breakout new series THIS IS US at NBC. Previously she starred in Paul Feig’s comedy series OTHER SPACE at Yahoo. Other television credits include SILICON VALLEY (HBO), CALIFORNICATION (Showtime), LOVE (Netflix) and HOUSE OF LIES (Showtime). On the feature side, she has had cameos in GHOSTBUSTERS (Paul Feig) and A FUTILE & STUPID GESTURE(David Wain’s National Lampoon Biopic). Although Milana was previously most recognized for portraying “Lily” in a long running campaign for AT&T, last year, she released a documentary entitled Can’t Do Nothing: Refugees in Lesbos. The documentary turned into the #CantDoNothing movement, which contributed to the building of schools outside refugee camps, providing emergency medical vehicles and prescription eyeglasses.
An accomplished writer, director, actor and producer, Sandeep is best known for playing the affable stalker Zaboo on multi-award winning web series THE GUILD, with over 500 million views online, Netflix and XBox. His TV appearances include NEW GIRL, CALIFORNICATION, COMMUNITY, and THE CRAZY ONES. He created and directed Comedy Central’s online smash hit THE LEGEND OF NEIL about a guy who gets sucked into a fantasy video game Zelda and has to fight his way out; SAVE THE SUPERS, about a team of cash-strapped super heroes who start a reality show, guest starring Seth Green; and THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF HORROR from Nerdist which won Best Ensemble Performance and Best Comedy Series at the International Academy of Web Television Awards. He co-produced and wrote episodes of the digital series MISS 2059 for Go 90, and hosts SUPER FAN BUILDS for Defy Media. He is currently a writer and voices Haneesh on Nickelodeon’s GLITCH TECHS and is also the force behind the stand up & sketch comedy community EFFINFUNNY which produces a live benefit show in LA every month with prominent comedians and has raised over $15,000 for charity since 2015.