Claire Dellamar   Originally from Denver, Claire Dellamar is an actress, writer and producer. Her work includes the original hit web series  The Upside of Down , the award winning short films  Solely  and  Jebezel  for which Claire won a Best Actress award as well as winning Best Short Film at the LA Thriller Film Festival. She performs improv regularly with her group  Local Honeys , and studies at the Groundlings and with Anthony Meindl at AMAW.  You can see her in Joe Lynch's action comedy  Mayhem  in theaters November 10th, POPtv's  Swedish Dicks , and several national commercials including Think Thin and Amica. She's also telekinetic. Just kidding.

Claire Dellamar

Originally from Denver, Claire Dellamar is an actress, writer and producer. Her work includes the original hit web series The Upside of Down, the award winning short films Solely and Jebezel for which Claire won a Best Actress award as well as winning Best Short Film at the LA Thriller Film Festival. She performs improv regularly with her group Local Honeys, and studies at the Groundlings and with Anthony Meindl at AMAW.  You can see her in Joe Lynch's action comedy Mayhem in theaters November 10th, POPtv's Swedish Dicks, and several national commercials including Think Thin and Amica. She's also telekinetic. Just kidding.

  Hayley Shaw   Originally from Houston, Texas, Hayley moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dream job: Bio-Engineering. (Just kidding, it's acting. But I'm sure you already knew that!) With a strong background in comedy -- literally, her mother is a stand-up comedienne and Hayley grew up EmCeeing her shows--  she enrolled in the famous Upright Citizen's Brigade, where she began to cultivate her improv technique. Since then you might have seen her recurring in WhoHaha's original series  Liked , as a brand ambassador for Cycle House, or in Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop master class! It was at AMAW that Hayley met these beauties and formed Whoa, Man! "These women are extremely talented and I am so proud of what we have accomplished in the last year!"  

Hayley Shaw

Originally from Houston, Texas, Hayley moved to Los Angeles to pursue her dream job: Bio-Engineering. (Just kidding, it's acting. But I'm sure you already knew that!) With a strong background in comedy -- literally, her mother is a stand-up comedienne and Hayley grew up EmCeeing her shows--  she enrolled in the famous Upright Citizen's Brigade, where she began to cultivate her improv technique. Since then you might have seen her recurring in WhoHaha's original series Liked, as a brand ambassador for Cycle House, or in Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop master class! It was at AMAW that Hayley met these beauties and formed Whoa, Man! "These women are extremely talented and I am so proud of what we have accomplished in the last year!"  

  Mandie Cheung   A Minnesota native,  Mandie discovered her love for performing at a young age and made her stage debut as a tiger in her first grade play. After nailing that, she was involved in quite a bit of musical theater growing up and booked her first television commercial at age ten. In addition to doing various commercials, industrial videos, and starring in the independent film  The System , Mandie was also involved in Minneapolis theater, playing Julie in  After Ashley  with 20% Theatre Company and Grace in  F.O.B.  with Mu Performing Arts.  Mandie relocated to Los Angeles in 2012 where she studies acting at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop and improv at The Groundlings. Mandie loves inside jokes. She'd love to be a part of one someday.

Mandie Cheung

A Minnesota native,  Mandie discovered her love for performing at a young age and made her stage debut as a tiger in her first grade play. After nailing that, she was involved in quite a bit of musical theater growing up and booked her first television commercial at age ten. In addition to doing various commercials, industrial videos, and starring in the independent film The System, Mandie was also involved in Minneapolis theater, playing Julie in After Ashley with 20% Theatre Company and Grace in F.O.B. with Mu Performing Arts.  Mandie relocated to Los Angeles in 2012 where she studies acting at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop and improv at The Groundlings. Mandie loves inside jokes. She'd love to be a part of one someday.

 
  Cassie Keet   Cassie Keet graduated from Florida State University cum laude with Honors, a nominee for the university's prestigious Kingsbury Writing Award. After moving from her native Little Rock, Arkansas to Los Angeles more than six years ago, Cassie spent four years as the head Comedy Showcase writer and producer at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop, where she also studies in the Master Class. Her showcases have been performed in Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, and London. She's thrilled to have worked with countless creative folks on innumerable projects, including acting on camera ( Ray Donovan ,  The Fosters ,  Mixology ,  The Britishes ). In 2015, her scene Bro Night was performed in Los Angeles and New York City as part of the NBC Universal Scene Showcase. When she’s not writing sketches for Whoa, Man!, she’s writing pilots, plays, screenplays, and the occasional tasteless haiku. Basically, she writes a lot. A Joss Whedon nerd at heart, she's obsessed with telling the complicated stories of complicated women.

Cassie Keet

Cassie Keet graduated from Florida State University cum laude with Honors, a nominee for the university's prestigious Kingsbury Writing Award. After moving from her native Little Rock, Arkansas to Los Angeles more than six years ago, Cassie spent four years as the head Comedy Showcase writer and producer at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop, where she also studies in the Master Class. Her showcases have been performed in Los Angeles, New York, Vancouver, and London. She's thrilled to have worked with countless creative folks on innumerable projects, including acting on camera (Ray Donovan, The Fosters, Mixology, The Britishes). In 2015, her scene Bro Night was performed in Los Angeles and New York City as part of the NBC Universal Scene Showcase. When she’s not writing sketches for Whoa, Man!, she’s writing pilots, plays, screenplays, and the occasional tasteless haiku. Basically, she writes a lot. A Joss Whedon nerd at heart, she's obsessed with telling the complicated stories of complicated women.

  Erika Rankin   Sharing a birthplace with the microchip and the frozen margarita machine, Erika originally hails from Dallas, TX, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in both Theatre and English from Northwestern University. Since moving to Los Angeles, Erika has appeared on Showtime's  Californication  and  House of Lies , worked with sitcom directing legends James Burrows and Andy Ackerman for CBS, and played supporting roles in the shorts  Ticky Tacky  and  Lightningface , both starring Oscar Isaac. She can also be seen in several national commercials for Subway, Crest, and Applebee's. With a strong background in improv, Erika has enjoyed training in both Chicago and Los Angeles at IO Chicago and UCB respectively, and studies acting in Anthony Meindl's master class. Aside from writing and acting, Erika is surprisingly handy around the house despite her weak wrists, and is super proud of the fact she’s only been shocked a couple times.

Erika Rankin

Sharing a birthplace with the microchip and the frozen margarita machine, Erika originally hails from Dallas, TX, and has a Bachelor’s Degree in both Theatre and English from Northwestern University. Since moving to Los Angeles, Erika has appeared on Showtime's Californication and House of Lies, worked with sitcom directing legends James Burrows and Andy Ackerman for CBS, and played supporting roles in the shorts Ticky Tacky and Lightningface, both starring Oscar Isaac. She can also be seen in several national commercials for Subway, Crest, and Applebee's. With a strong background in improv, Erika has enjoyed training in both Chicago and Los Angeles at IO Chicago and UCB respectively, and studies acting in Anthony Meindl's master class. Aside from writing and acting, Erika is surprisingly handy around the house despite her weak wrists, and is super proud of the fact she’s only been shocked a couple times.