Cast

Chad has the gift of embellishment. He uses everything that happens to him as an anecdote to amuse the people around him. Outside of taking workshops from the likes of Del Close, Mick Napier, Armando Diaz, Charna Halpern, Bob Dassie, David Koechner and Adam McKay, Chad has shaken hands with Conan O'Brien. When he's not improvising, he likes to hang out with this wife and 2.5 kids.

Chad has the gift of embellishment. He uses everything that happens to him as an anecdote to amuse the people around him. Outside of taking workshops from the likes of Del Close, Mick Napier, Armando Diaz, Charna Halpern, Bob Dassie, David Koechner and Adam McKay, Chad has shaken hands with Conan O’Brien. When he’s not improvising, he likes to hang out with this wife and 2.5 kids.

Dale is proud to be a founding member of Pavlov's Dogs. He started his improv career in 1996 with Freudian Slip and has been performing ever since. Dale has trained with the likes of Del Close, Mick Napier, Armando Diaz and other stand outs from The Second City, UCB and Chicago's IO. Dale was also selected to represent Dallas in a 2005 World Cup Comedy event. When he's not playing the straight man on stage Dale works as a concept director for a premiere Dallas advertising agency.

Dale is proud to be a founding member of Pavlov’s Dogs. He started his improv career in 1996 with Freudian Slip.  Dale has trained with the likes of Del Close, Mick Napier, Armando Diaz and other stand outs from The Second City, UCB and Chicago’s IO. Dale was also selected to represent Dallas in a 2005 World Cup Comedy event.  Dale works as a concept director for a premiere Dallas advertising agency.

Emily comes to us with more than 15 years of improv experience. This has allowed her to expand her repertoire of characters from "lady with a mixing bowl in her hand" to "lady hailing a taxi cab." It's a must-see! With her husband Dale, also an improviser, you can bet they have the funniest household in America. At least that's what their dog, Schmax, tells us. Emily is an area director for a non-profit organization and hopes to one day save the world... from germs.

Emily comes to us with more than 15 years of improv experience. This has allowed her to expand her repertoire of characters from “lady with a mixing bowl in her hand” to “lady hailing a taxi cab.” It’s a must-see! With her husband Dale, also an improviser, you can bet they have the funniest household in America. At least that’s what their dog, Schmax, tells us. Emily is an area director for a non-profit organization and hopes to one day save the world… from germs.

Amy began her comedic career in 1999 with the improvisational comedy troupe Freudian Slip. During her tenure with the �Slip, Amy has performed at various national festivals (Big Stinkin�, CIF, etc.) and has opened for comedians such as Bill Cosby, Bill Engvall and Jimmy Fallon. Amy joined Pavlov�s Dogs in 2001 and serves the group�s official host all of their regular shows and corporate events.  Amy has a newborn, Harry and is finally starting to like the little guy.

Amy began her comedic career in 1999 with the improvisational comedy troupe Freudian Slip. During her tenure with the Slip, Amy has performed at various national festivals (Big Stinkin, CIF, etc.) and has opened for comedians such as Bill Cosby, Bill Engvall and Jimmy Fallon. Amy joined Pavlov’s Dogs in 2001 and serves the groups official host for all of their regular shows and corporate events. Amy has a newborn, Harry and is finally starting to like the little guy.

Cameron Goldapp began improvising in 2000. After performing at Texas A&M with Freudian Slip and in Dallas with Pavlov's Dogs, he moved to Chicago where he studied improv at the iO and Annoyance theaters. While in Chicago, he performed at The Second City in shows including The Where Are We Project (Director), Hitched (Writer/Performer) and The Riflmen (Performer). He also performed at the iO Theater with the Harold teams Juneboy and Berserker. He's glad to be back home in Texas and currently performs with Pavlov's Dogs.

Cameron Goldapp began improvising in 2000. After performing at Texas A&M with Freudian Slip and in Dallas with Pavlov’s Dogs, he moved to Chicago where he studied improv at the iO and Annoyance theaters. While in Chicago, he performed at The Second City in shows including The Where Are We Project (Director), Hitched (Writer/Performer) and The Riflmen (Performer). He also performed at the iO Theater with the Harold teams Juneboy and Berserker. He’s glad to be back home in Texas and currently performs with Pavlov’s Dogs.

Todd has been performing comedy for over 15 years and has shared the stage with the likes of Bill Cosby, Jimmy Fallon, Bill Engvall, and Jeff Foxworthy. Todd’s background includes training from The Second City, Chicago’s IO, The Annoyance Theater, and tutelage from Gary Austin, founder of The Groundlings in LA. Todd has numerous television appearances under his belt including roles on Prison Break, Chase, The Deep End, Final Witness, and Fatal Attraction. You might have also seen him in his commercial work for Wing Stop, Drive Time, Subway, Sierra Mist, and Nissan. When Todd is not working you will more than likely find him on a bike trail.

Todd started improvising in 1998 with Freudian Slip. Todd has shared the stage with the likes of Bill Cosby, Jimmy Fallon, Bill Engvall, and Jeff Foxworthy, among others. Todd’s background includes training from The Second City, Chicago’s IO, The Annoyance Theater, and tutelage from Gary Austin, founder of The Groundlings in LA.   By day, Todd is an actor represented by The Mary Collins Agency, which means you might have seen him on the tube or heard him on the radio.  By not day, Todd rides bikes…a lot…in spandex…a lot.

Danny has been doing comedy for since 2002. He started with Texas A&M’s Freudian slip in 2002 and joined P-dogs in 2006. He’s studied at the Improv Olympic and Annoyance Theater in Chicago. In 2009 he took a break from the dogs to pursue a career in Chinese food. It took more than a minute, but after 4 years he came to the realization that selling Seabass and doing freelance improv in Austin just wasn’t for him. He has since rejoined Pavlov’s Dogs and currently resides somewhere in the DFW metroplex. Your best chance of getting in touch with him is by going to the nearest golf course and meowing like a cat. Or maybe just coming to a show.

Danny has been doing comedy for since 2002. He started with Texas A&M’s Freudian slip in 2002 and joined P-dogs in 2006. He’s studied at the Improv Olympic and Annoyance Theater in Chicago. In 2009 he took a break from the dogs to pursue a career in Chinese food. It took more than a minute, but after 4 years he came to the realization that selling Seabass and doing freelance improv in Austin just wasn’t for him. He has since rejoined Pavlov’s Dogs and currently resides somewhere in the DFW metroplex. Your best chance of getting in touch with him is by going to the nearest golf course and meowing like a cat. Or maybe just coming to a show.