ANA GASTEYER is perhaps best known for her incomparable work  on Saturday Night Live. During her six-year stint, she created some of  the most iconic SNL characters, including middle school music teacher  Bobbie Moughan-Culp, NPR radio host Margaret Jo, Lilith Fair poetess  Cinder Calhoun, as well as spot-on impressions of Martha Stewart,  Celine Dion and Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Additionally, Gasteyer headlined the NBC comedy series,  AMERICAN AUTO, from executive producer Justin Spitzer  (SUPERSTORE, THE OFFICE)

Gasteyer, is also a highly accomplished singer and songwriter. This  winter she’ll embark on a Christmas tour in support of Sugar and Booze,  her recent album of seasonal favorites and holiday originals which  topped numerous “Best Holiday Album” lists. Called “an uproarious  homage to Christmas albums of old” by Billboard and “the magical love  child of Astrud Gilberto and Lucille Ball — an unexpectedly perfect  combination” by BUST Magazine, the album was released to rave  reviews. As said by the LA Times, “’Were Frank, Dino or Sammy still  with us, any or all would pounce on the delightfully swaggering title  track” and “Saturday Night Live’ alumna Gasteyer puts her considerable  vocal chops to work here to marvelous effect on this ebullient big-band  jazz effort.”

Inspired by the music from Sugar and Booze, Gasteyer produced an 8- episode original series for Audible, which she co-wrote with Mona  Mansour. The series was voiced by Gasteyer, Maya Rudolph, Patti Lupone and Rachel Dratch among others.

Gasteyer’s first album, I’m Hip received equally rapturous reviews. She  has toured around the country with her “Happy Jazz” act since 2016  and had a two-week residency at the famed Cafe Carlyle of which  Stephen Holden of the New York Times raved  about Gasteyer’s comedic stories and her “strong singing voice that can  stir up a storm.”

Previously, on the big screen Gasteyer could be seen in Amy Poehler’s directorial debut, WINE COUNTRY opposite her SNL friends and colleagues and in Clea Duvall’s HAPPIEST SEASON, which she co stared opposite Kristen Stewart, Aubrey Plaza and Victor Garber. On  the small screen, Gasteyer recurred on the hit ABC series THE  GOLDBERGS. Additional notable credits include the acclaimed comedy hits LADY DYNAMITE from Netflix, TBS’ PEOPLE OF  EARTH, ABC’s SUBURGATORY and HBO’s CURB YOUR  ENTHUSIASM.

Gasteyer was able to marry her phenomenal vocal talents with her acting skills in two of Fox’s live musicals A CHRISTMAS STORY and  the iconic musical GREASE as well as Showtime’s REEFER  MADNESS. She also dazzled on the enormous hit Fox musical series  THE MASKED SINGER as fan favorite, The Tree.

On stage, Gasteyer has starred on Broadway in WICKED, as  Elphaba, THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW, and Tony Nominated shows THE ROYAL FAMILY and THREE PENNY OPERA, and originated the  role of Debra in David Lindsay-Abaire’s Kimberly Akimbo at MTC. She  also starred in FUNNY GIRL, and PASSION at The Chicago  Shakespeare Theater, which earned her a Jefferson Award nomination.  At City Center Encores, she played the role of Mimi in A New Brain,  opposite Jonathan Groff, and sang on that cast recording. At the  Hollywood Bowl, she wowed as Miss Hannigan in the Tony-winning  musical ANNIE, with the LA Philharmonic.

Prior to joining SNL, Gasteyer attended Northwestern University and honed her comedy skills at The Groundlings, the famed Los Angeles improv-sketch comedy group. Gasteyer resides on the East coast with her husband, children and rescue pup, Gloria.

When Broadway shut down, Seth and his native Texan husband James Wesley started hosting the livestream Stars In The House which raises money for The Entertainment Community Fund (formerly The Actors Fund). So far they’ve raised over $1.2 million dollars and recently celebrated their three year anniversary of the show. Before that, Seth spent many years on Broadway as a pianist and conductor as well as two years as a comedy writer on THE ROSIE O’DONNELL SHOW (three Emmy nominations with his co-writers). He is now the afternoon deejay on the SiriusXM Broadway channel as well the host of SETH SPEAKS. He’s performed his show, DECONSTRUCTING BROADWAY in London, Boston (Irne award) and L.A. (with Barbra Streisand in the audience!). He co-wrote and co-starred in DISASTER! (NY TIMES critics’ pick) on Broadway which was licensed by Music Theater International and is being performed around the country.  He’s written the books SETH’S BROADWAY DIARY VOLUME 1 and 2 (Dress Circle publishing) and has also authored two young adult novels; “MY AWESOME/AWFUL POPULARITY PLAN” and “THE RISE AND FALL OF A THEATER GEEK” (Random House) and the just available MUSICAL THEATRE FOR DUMMIES. Seth and James co-produced the “What The World Needs Now Is Love” recording with Broadway Records (number one on iTunes) featuring amazing singers like Jessie Mueller, Carole King, Audra MacDonald, Lin-Manuel Miranda and so many more to help the victims and families of the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shooting. He and James also produce and host the yearly “Voices For The Voiceless” concert to benefit You Gotta Believe which helps older foster kids find families (stars have included Tina Fey and Megan Hilty) as well as producing/hosting 13 Concert For America benefits which help non-profits like National Immigration Law Center and NAACP (stars have included Barry Manilow and Chita Rivera). James and Seth run “Seth’s Big Fat Broadway Cruise” which brings Broadway stars and Broadway lovers together to fabulous destinations! You can learn about more Seth’s cruises and watch his videos at