Miranda Kent is an actress, improviser and writer in Los Angeles, best known as series regular “Paige” on the semi-scripted series Campus Ladies, directed and Executive Produced by Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm). Other credits include the indie film Losing Control, and selected TV credits include The Gilmore Girls, New Adventures of Old Christine and General Hospital. Miranda graduated with honors from NYU’s Tisch School of The Arts and spent many years performing in New York, on and off-Broadway. Her Broadway debut was in The Judas Kiss starring Liam Neeson and she also worked with the late Jason Robards in Harold Pinter’s Moonlight, at The Roundabout.
Danielle Weeks, Co-Creator & “JESSIE”
Actor/Writer Danielle Weeks has performed improv and sketch comedy for over 10 years, most notably as a member The Sunday Company at the Groundlings Theatre. In addition to writing several short films she also co- wrote and starred in the critically acclaimed comic solo play "F Buddy" at Actors Art Theatre. Selected list of TV/film appearances include Will & Grace, How I Met Your Mother, Cougar Town, Scrubs, Campus Ladies(recurring), The Weird Al Show (series regular) and Bone Chillers (series regular). She recently starred in the critically acclaimed web series Cannabis Moms Club and has been seen in over 100 national commercials.
Deena Adar, Director
Deena Adar graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in Political Science. Soon after, she began creating award-winning commercials for companies including Miracle Whip, PepsiCo-Aquafina, and TMZ. Her most recent short film, How to Survive a Breakup, is available on Amazon and streaming on Condé Nast’s The Scene. The short won the Audience Award at its premiere at the 2015 LA ComedyFest, and screened to sold-out crowds at the 2016 Santa Barbara and Sedona International Film Festivals. Its debut at the Palm Springs International ShortFest led to an international distribution deal with MagnetFilm and partnerships with Tribeca Films and United Airlines.
Adar’s most recent executive producing and directing credits include comedic series for Hearst, Cosmopolitan and the American Heart Association and her digital series for Women in Film premiered at the 2017 Crystal + Lucy Awards.