Hamilton 100 is a sketch comedy team comprised of three best friends who met at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The name Hamilton 100 comes from the classroom at UNC where they first performed together in UNC’S premiere improv and sketch comedy team, CHiPs.

Mary Sasson

Mary is a writer/actor/improvisor originally from Pittsburgh, PA. She got her start in comedy at the DSI comedy theater in North Carolina. She is also a proud alumna of UNC’s improv/sketch comedy troupe CHiPs, which she directed her senior year. In stand-up Mary has opened for Lewis Black and was one of four national finalists for Rooftop Comedy’s National College Stand-up Competition.

Since moving to Los Angeles, Mary has performed improv weekly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre as part of the Harold team Winslow. She loves the Pittsburgh Steelers, beagles, and her seven siblings-despite her inability to remember their names.

Robert Stephens

Robert is a writer/performer from Charlotte, NC. In addition to Hamilton 100, he is an actor on the house sketch team Judith at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. You also may have seen him in the web series The State Of Us on The Outside Joke’s YouTube channel. He lives and works in LA, he loves comedy, thai food, but especially his Mama. He performs whenever and wherever he can and don’t feel bad if he doesn’t say hello to you on the street, he has bad vision.

Ben Greene

Ben is a writer/improviser from New York, NY. His writing has been featured on websites like TheAwesomer.com, Tastefullyoffensive.com, and Funny or Die. As an actor, Ben has appeared in multiple national commercials, and in 2014 he appeared in the Disney film “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.”

In addition to Hamilton 100, Ben is a writer for the house sketch team New Money at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Ben loves his family, his sister Sandy (technically part of his family), and pickles.

For more info about Ben check out: www.benbgreene.com