Jeff Galante is a writer/comedian based out of the Groundlings Theater, where he is a Sunday alumnus and a regular performer as well as a senior improv/sketch teacher. Jeff, a multi-hyphenate who is fond of slashes, was the creator/writer/producer/star of several network pilots including STUNTED (NBC) and THINK TANK (A&E) which was exec. produced by Chris Moore (GOOD WILL HUNTING, AMERICAN PIE). He has also worked on staff for WHAT HAPPENED WAS (USA sketch pilot from Wanda Sykes) and is in development on several feature projects attached to names like Joe Dante, Damon Wayans Jr., and Jack Quaid. As a consulting writer, Jeff has worked on projects like SMALLFOOT (Warner Bros.), TAX MAN (FOX pilot) and contributed material to SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE. He has been a finalist/semi-finalist in every major screenwriting competition including the Nicholl Fellowship, Austin Film Festival Screenplay Competition, and Universal Studios Emerging Writer’s Fellowship. He has written/consulted as a comedy writer for literally everyone all the way from Ron Howard to the monkey that starred in THE HANGOVER. Jeff is also a comedic actor who has appeared on such shows as 2 BROKE GIRLS (CBS), IDIOT SITTER (Comedy Central) and DISASTER DATE (MTV). As an active live performer, he has appeared at Standup NBC, San Francisco Sketchfest, Chicago Sketchfest, and was a cast member/writer on NATIONAL LAMPOON’S revival of Lemmings alongside the boys from WORKAHOLICS. He once did a show where Gerard Butler was in the audience and demanded to meet “the little one” afterwards. They sat on Mr. Butler’s motorcycle for a while in the parking lot and it was cool.