Jerrod Altmeier

Member Since 2020

Jerrod originally hails from Putnam, CT, and trained and performed with ComedySportz DC in Washington DC and Comedy Under Construction in San Diego before moving back to New England. His love of short-form led him to BYOI and he can also be found teaching and performing on house teams at the Providence Improv Guild and performing with numerous local indie teams. Jerrod is a proud Marine veteran, hates onions like nobody’s business, and enjoys an all you can eat buffet way more than a normal person should.

Audrey Dubois

Member Since 2017

In her distant youth, Audrey performed with Wheaton College’s Dimple Divers. Upon graduation, she joined BYOI in order to keep the spirit of comedy alive in her heart forever. Audrey serves on the executive board of Swamp Meadow Community Theatre and is currently working toward a master’s degree in poetry (as if being a comedian wasn’t enough). She is making great strides in achieving her dream career as a philosopher hermit. In life, as in improv, she’s just making it up as she goes along.

Erich Gottschalk

Member Since 2011

Erich got his start in Improv back in high school at LaSalle Academy and dabbled through college at Bradley University where he got a theatre minor in just 2 semesters. After college, he applied to the Second City’s Conservatory program on a whim and on 2 weeks notice, was accepted and moved to Chicago. After two years he graduated and got a job in the real world but has performed with Those Meddling Kids, The Speed of Thought Players, and Bring Your Own Improv.

Meredith Imbimbo

Member Since 2013

Meredith Imbimbo is beyond thrilled to be a part of BYOI’s cast again. Heralding from the Granite State, Meredith likes to take short walks on 13 miles of coast line, and pretend that NH Maple Syrup is better than VT Maple Syrup. Meredith works in a NH school district as a para-educator, and directs high schoolers in a myriad of plays. While she isn’t thinking of her unyielding love for granite and mountains, she is thinking about the love of her life: a cat named Sedge. 

Amy Kahn

Member Since 2014

Amy grew up with the desire to make people laugh. In college, she co-hosted a comedy talk show on Penn’s UTV, helped start a sketch comedy group, and performed standup at local comedy clubs before assuming her secret identity as a data analyst. Years later, after suffering from major comedy withdrawal symptoms, she intended to return to standup when a referral to an improv comedy workshop lured her away with the appeal of unpredictability. She’s been hooked ever since, performing intermittently with The Speed of Thought Players, and is now excited to join BYOI! Amy comes from a long line of Shetland people and refuses to act her age.


Tim Killilea

Member Since 2018

Tim is honored to be a part of BYOI, and joyful for the opportunity to perform improv. His experience with theater started in middle school, continued until college, and helped him when he previously worked as a substitute teacher, a preschool basketball coach, and any of his other seven jobs. When Tim is not firefighting or baking caveman-friendly food, he is squeezing every ounce of laughter he can out of his friends, family, and wife. He is excited to work with BYOI, and looking forward to the laughter you bring to our shows!

Krissy Larsen

Member Since 2011

Krissy works full-time as a marketing professional and part-time as a Princess performer. Music and performing are two of her biggest passions – she has acted in dozens of musicals and stage productions, sung in choir and a capella groups, and performed both short form and long form musical improv. She first discovered improv through BYOI, and is so happy to be part of the cast. She lives in Rhode Island with her husband Chris and two dogs, and absolutely loves unicorns.

Mallory Liebermann

Member Since 2020

For as long as Mallory’s family can remember, she has been jumping on the stage. Her passion is dance, which she somehow translated to sword fighting. While working at different New England renaissance faires, she developed a love for improv. When she is not with the BYOI crowd. She can found guiding adventures, dodging lasers, and fighting sea monsters at 5wits. Her belief is that life is improv. “I can not predict what people will say.”

John McGowan

Member Since 2020

John graduated from Drew University in 2019 and is eager to hit the ground running in terms of his theatrical endeavors. He did improv in a basement in college, and is excited to now be doing it in a larger, less basement-y space in front of an actual audience! When not selling lotions in the mall, he can be found completing several daunting tasks, such as throwing away his fast food trash or waiting for his Uber to arrive. With a sense of humor so dry, it makes the Sahara look like Sea World, he is so very excited to get on stage and have fun with cast and audience members alike.

Brett Saguid

Member Since 2020

Brett began his improv journey in 2017 at the Providence Improv Guild. He is excited about being a member of BYOI and loves the fact he’ll be able to wail on his guitar during some of the shows. He is a full-time graphic and motion designer and a part-time rapper. When he’s not working, busting out funky rhymes, or playing pretend on stage, he’s either playing hockey, drawing, or with his wife watching anime or playing Rocket League together.

Candice Sampson

Member Since 2014

Candice lives in Maryland with her boyfriend and two kitties. She missed her BYOI family so much and is so excited to join back virtually to help bring joy to people’s homes.

Ian Sokoloff

Member Since 2012

In a prior improv life, Ian performed with San Diego Theatresports and co-founded the Subatomic Jenkins Clan (also in San Diego). Since arriving in New England, Ian discovered long-form improv (in addition to discovering weather), performing irregularly at ImprovBoston, training in and performing with the IB Harold On Deck program, and spending a stint with the IB Harold team Plan B. Now he’s transporting his stretched mind across state lines to play with BYOI’s audiences. Excelsior!

Daniel Lee White

Member Since 2008

Daniel Lee White is an award winning director and actor with over 20 years of experience, including his feature film Cost of the Living, numerous plays, short films, commercials, and industrials. He is currently a producer and performer at Bring Your Own Improv and he also regularly directs performances at the Newport Playhouse. He lives in Rhode Island with his wife Kerri and their dog Captain Jack Harkness.

Our Awesome Door Crew

Kerri Baggesen

Member Since 2011

Kerri is the self proclaimed door chick of BYOI and is rarely seen on stage. Sadly, hanging around with funny people has not given her any comedic skills. She likes hanging with friends for game nights, watching movies, assorted geekery, Drag Bingo, and spending time with her one-eared cat.

Caterina Brunell

Member Since 2019

Growing up, Cat was always in love with the arts. Drawing, acting, and singing often kept her occupied. With a few plays under her belt, nine years of chorus, and a few years in a (mostly) acapella group, she graduated. Now attending college, Cat decided that she couldn’t get enough of the arts and followed in her father David’s footsteps to BYOI.