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Ally Condrath grew up overseas in Cairo, Egypt, where she spent her weekends stealing her parents’ video camera and recreating SNL bits from the nineties. After

graduating at the pyramids of Giza, she decided to take a leap of faith and move to Boston. At Emerson College, she received her BFA in Acting and lived with four boys in a very small apartment...with one bathroom. It was there

that the four of them created Dinner for One. She is the only lady co-founder of the group and will be receiving her honorary penis any day now!


Ally Condrath can be seen in Rian Johnson's series Pokerface (Peacock) and heard as a recurring guest on Chris Parnell’s podcast series This Job is History (Wondery).  She's been featured on Disney+, Peacock, Comedy Central Digital, Funny or Die and Improv Everywhere. Her numerous commercial credits include campaigns for Google Chrome, Kayak and Filterbuy.


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Jake Mann started joking around at a very early age. He began his illustrious career of acting and sketch comedy in middle school, when his parents forced him to audition for the 7th grade musical at Saint Ann’s School in Brooklyn, New York. He’s since, graduated from Emerson College with a degree in acting and moved back to Brooklyn, where he’s written, produced, directed and performed sketch

comedy at UCB, and The PIT, for the past 8 years, with his wonderfully talented friends.


Jake, also acts in plays and films without his friends, and does V.O. for companies like: Sudafed, Remax, Denny’s, Captain Morgan, an undisclosed IBS medication and Red Dead Redemption II. Jake is currently in production as the lead in a feature about Michael "Eppy" Epstein, comedy club owner of "My Father's Place." Jake is also an extremely good amateur tennis player, makes the best tuna salad, and is the best kisser he’s ever met. Additionally, he hates bragging, talking about himself, and wants to meet your mama.



Kyle Miller grew up just outside of Boston and after getting his degree from Emerson College, moved to Brooklyn with the rest of the Dfor1 gang. In addition to his job as 'Head Dad-Joke Teller', he has produced all of Dinner for One's projects to date and dreams of inventing a droid who can deal with scheduling actors and reserving equipment. Extremely talented at long but informational emails, Kyle enjoys over-apologizing and discussing Phish's live catalog. 


In the post production world, Kyle is an Engineering Supervisor at Warner Bros. Sound NY, working on projects such as BARBIE, The Menu, The Little Mermaid, In the Heights, The Whale, Drive Away Dolls and more. 


Ian grew up in Santa Barbara, CA, where he started making films at the ripe young age of 13. Around that time he fell in love with Monty Python, Spinal Tap, and Faulty

Towers. He studied film directing at Emerson College, where he met the other Dfor1iggans and he now lives in Brooklyn where he works as a freelance Camera

Assistant, DP and Director, working on documentaries, music videos and commercials, and spends his free time cultivating his illustrious beard, which he also started growing at the ripe young age of 13.


He is a Co-Founder and company member of the Santa Barbara/Chicago based experimental theater company Proximity.  He has worked with them for over a decade as an actor and lighting designer. He directed and edited all 6 episodes of

Life Sucks, and co-directed Comedy Central Digital’s series “Road To Hollygrove” guest-starring Maria Bamford and Kerri Kenney.




Noel's bio has been with him since Emerson College and has followed him all over New York where he writes music, lyrics and bios.

Noel and his bio are currently being seen together in the program for the regional "Million Dollar Quartet" as Jerry Lee Lewis. Noel and his bio have performed Off-Broadway in "Is Anyone Alive Out There?" and "The Road To Glow" and in the national tour of "Murder for Two."  

Noel's least favorite class in high school was Bio.


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Gio is a Surinamese-American actor and comedian.  He was born in Suriname (look it up) but was raised in the suburbs of New York (look it up). He graduated from Emerson College with a BFA in acting and moved to the Big Apple to pursue his love of larger sized fruits and acting. So far, he has nothing to report fruit-wise.

When he’s not thinking about poetry or animals, he collaborates with a multitude of artists all over the city creating short films and theater pieces.


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Nathaniel is an Earth-based actor, writer, director, and teacher at the Neighborhood Playhouse Junior School for Theatre. He received his B.A. in Theatre Education from Emerson College and regularly waves it around in people's faces saying, "Oooooh, look at my liberal arts education!" He hopes his silliness is taken very seriously someday.


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Katie Sexton is comin' in hot after her incredible Broadway run of

"The Play That Goes Wrong." 

She loves pineapple and the sweet tunes of Hanson more than anyone ever understands and she's finally at peace with that!

Katie writes and performs her own stand up comedy and is currently reuniting with Mark Bell in a new dark comedy called The Tenants by Dave Hanson for the NYC Winterfest 2020.

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