Don Sill has more than twenty years of experience working as a writer; video producer; actor and on-air talent. He has worked in music, sports, comedy and film and always brings his best effort to each and every project he is involved in.
Don has worked on the production side for sport teams such as The Atlanta Falcons, Atlanta United; Carolina Hurricanes and NC State Football/Basketball. He has also worked for three Super Bowls; Two Paralympics (Rio & Korea); MLS Championship and the Stanley Cup finals.
As a filmmaker, Don has acted in many independent films including Remnants; The Agent and Bombshell Bloodbath. (All can be found on Amazon Prime).
Don’s latest effort, COMIC SANS, is a Dramedy about a local stand-up comedian which he wrote, produced, directed and starred in.
Don says one of his greatest career moments was hoisting the Stanley Cup alongside the players in 2006 after the Carolina Hurricanes won the series. But it was the premiere of his film COMIC SANS that was one of the greatest moments of his life.
Tony Walker has been active in the entertainment world for 30 years.
As an actor Tony has appeared in several films & theatre productions in the Long Island scene, working with local legends like John Blenn & Don Sill.
Tony is the Director & a performer of Knock Em Dead Comedy, a comedy troupe known for their hilarious audience interactive comedy shows. Tony has been writing, directing, & performing in dinner theatre since the 1990’s.
Tony also co-writes & performs voices for the children’s cartoon “Meet The Boneheads” which plays in schools throughout the Country.
Tony is probably most known as the General Manager & on air talent of Governors Comedy Club’s Podcast Studio where he’s worked with some of the best known comedians on the local & national scenes. On his podcast, The Knock Em Dead Comedy Show, some of the guests Tony has interviewed include Kevin Pollak, cast members of The Sopranos, members of the band Chicago, legendary comedians such as Joey Kola, Vic Dibitetto, Judy Gold, & many many more.
Career highlights include getting some screen time in a Marvel series (which really impressed his Marvel fanatic son!) getting the chance to briefly interview Billy Joel, & seeing himself on the big screen in Don Sill’s “Comic Sans.”