Clare Filipow

Took her first Improv class in 2006 in her home town, good ol' Edmonton, Alberta and started performing in the Vancouver Theatre Sports League ensemble in 2016. Film credits include This is your Death (2016) directed by Giancarlo Esposito and TV credits include; Roadies (2016), Murder She Baked (2016), Sorority Murder(2015),Girlfriends’ Guide to Divorce, Supernatural. Clare's favourite book and movie is The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien and her biggest comedic inspiration is Maya Rudolph.


John Voth

John has been performing in the ensemble at Vancouver Theatre Sports League since 2016, but has been improvising for over 10 years now. John got his improv start performing in 11:07 at TWU. He grew up in Germany and Australia and moved to Canada at the age of 17. John acts in theatre and film and won a Jessie Richardson Award, for “Best Actor’ for The Foreigner at Pacific Theatre (2014) and he made his first TV debut in Supernatural. John's favourite movie of all time is Heat (1995) and old Al Pacino films. His personal comedic inspirations are Jim Carrey and Jackie Chan. You can follow him @johnvoth for virtual laughs or check out his website at


Julia Church

Julia has been in the Rookie League at Vancouver Theatre Sports League since 2013 and fell in love with improv playing it in Trinity Western University's troupe 11:07 from 2007 to 2011. Her theatre credits include Godspell at Pacific Theatre and Robin Hood with Itsazoo Productions. She can be seen playing in various other Improv shows around town, but Fort Night Improv is her personal brain child, as well as Nettle's Tale Swimwear Inc. and Nettle's Tale Shop []. Julia's favourite movie(s) is the Toy Story trilogy and her comedic inspirations are Kirsten Wig and Melissa McCarthy.


Andrew Job

Andrew knew he wanted to act the first time he ever spilt milk. Andrew has been performing at Vancouver Theatre Sports since 2015 and joined the ensemble in 2019. He also produces his own shows and comedy shorts with his comedic duo Those Guys, give them a follow @thoseguysvancouver. Andrew's favourite movie is Legally Blonde 2 and he gains all of his comedic inspiration from Arnold Schwarzenegger and the caterpillar from ‘A Bugs Life.’


Brad Rossington

Brad started performing at Vancouver Theatre Sports league in 2013, but joined the ensemble in 2016. Brad's other improv appearances are: Improv Against Humanity at the Rio Theatre, Sideshow at Pacific Theatre and has a lead role in ‘Rossington Renovations – The Musical’ (release date TBD). Brad's favourite movie is The Shawshank Redemption and his comic inspiration is Patton Oswalt.