Originally hailing from new York, Jordan Peele moved to Chicago, where he performed at both Second City Chicago and ImprovOlympic. Peele then crossed the pond to Amsterdam to work with Boom Chicago Theater, but was lured back to the States by a starring (and Emmy-nominated) role on five seasons of MADtv. Currently, he plays Dr. Brian on Adult Swim's "Children's Hospital," and has also appeared on TV's "RENO 911!" and "Love Bites." Peele has appeared in such movies as "Little Fockers" and the upcoming "Wanderlust." Jordan Peele performed at Second City Chicago and ImprovOlympic, and then starred in five seasons of MADtv. He now appears as Dr. Brian on "Children's Hospital," and in the upcoming movie "Wanderlust."
Keegan-Michael Key got his start in comedy at Second City Detroit, and later moved on to their Chicago company where he received awards for his writing and performance. While still in Chicago, Key made the jump to TV, starring in Fox’s “MADtv” for six seasons, and scoring reoccurring roles on shows like RENO 911!” and “Gary Unmarried.” Key can also be seen on the big screen in movies including “Role Models,” “Due Date,” and “Just Go With It.” Keegan-Michael Key got his start at Second City, before starring in six seasons of “MADtv” and appearing in numerous roles, including in "RENO 911!,” “Gary Unmarried,” “Role Models” and “Due Date.”