Justin Cross

Justin is a seasoned (he comes with paprika) comedian with a decade of experience in stand-up, writing, hosting and producing. He also once worked at McDonald’s and spent a month of his life delivering vegetable trays to models. Justin is the creator of SNL and host of the live show and podcast, as well as main contributor to the website and “The Daily Brief.” 

Besides SNL, Justin was newly hired on to help write, research and produce Los Angeles-based public radio shows, To the Point and Which Way LA? on the popular station KCRW. In his spare time, he runs everyday – on the streets, trails and away from his issues.

Jake “The Snake” Craney

Snake was born in Potomac, Maryland, the third child of Sammy and Georgia. His mother emigrated from Sparta, Greece, and his father was born in the United States to a Greek father and a Jewish mother. In 1978, his family moved to Palos Verdes, California, and the warmer climate there allowed the seven-year-old Snake to play more tennis.

During his 14-year tour career, he won 14 Grand Slam singles titles, becoming the first player to break Roy Emerson’s record of 12 Slams. Snake also won 7 major indoor titles (5 ATP year-end World Championships and 2 Grand Slam Cups). He is recognized as one of the greatest tennis players of all time.

On September 30, 2000, Snake married American actress and former Miss Teen USA, Bridgette Wilson.  On November 21, 2002, their son, Christian Charles, was born. On July 29, 2005, the couple welcomed their second son, Ryan Nikolaos.

Snake also frequently confuses himself with tennis legend Pete Sampras.

You can catch Snake on-air every Tuesday providing his “Snake Game” to the SNL podcast, as well as every Wednesday with his “Snake’s Weekly Venom” column on this very website.

Corey Hill

Corey Hill is a Bay-Area based human rights activist and journalist. He has experience in public speaking and has written for media outlets from Yes! Magazine to Common Ground Magazine to Alternet.

He is passionate about environmental stewardship, but not to the point that he’s going to constantly ask you whether or not your toothpaste is Fair Trade or where your socks were manufactured or whether you drive an electric car.