Nicole Parker, a member of the Mad TV cast, is a graduate of Indiana University, and is from Irvine, CA. Stand-up comedian Frank Caliendo, another member of the Mad TV cast, made his network series debut on the sketch comedy series �Hype.� Caliendo graduated from the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee where he majored in broadcast journalism.
Bobby Lee, a member of the Mad TV cast, is a native of San Diego, CA. While working at his family�s clothing store, Lee was spotted by Frank Burns, the legendary manager of La Jolla's Comedy Store and offered a gig there.
Comedienne Stephnie Weir, a member of the Mad TV cast, studied broadcasting and theater at Odessa (Texas) Junior College. She went on to earn a degree in anthropology and women�s studies at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
Michael McDonald, a member of the Mad TV cast, is currently in his eight season. He is scheduled for a couple of episodes of the show this season.
Daniele Gaither, a member of the Mad TV cast, is also a member of The Groundlings' current revue. Gaither attended Northwestern University and is from St. Paul, MN.
Keegan-Michael Key, a member of the Mad TV cast, was a member of the Second City-Detroit Main stage for almost four years, where he performed and wrote 11 revues. Key is a founding member of The Planet Ant Theatre Company in Hamtramck, MI.
Ike Barinholtz, a member of the Mad TV cast, is a native of Chicago. Barinholtz lives in Los Angeles with his dog. This is his fifth season on Mad TV.
Arden Myrin, a member of the Mad TV cast, Myrin�s credits include film, television and theater. Myrin graduated with a degree in theater from Colorado College. She currently resides in Los Angeles and this is her first season on Mad TV.
Jordan Peele, a member of the Mad TV cast, is returning for his third season. Peele trained at Chicago's famed Second City. Peele attended Sarah Lawrence College and is from New York, NY.
The Mad TV cast have an impressive list of credits. The Mad TV cast are a very talented bunch of comic actors. Their skills and dedication make Mad TV the irreverent and hilariously funny show that it is.