Written and created by Amy York Rubin, “Little Horribles” is a darkly comedic web series following the poor decisions of a self-indulgent lesbian. The series chronicles all those things that really aren’t that big of a deal and follows Amy as she navigates her thirties in Los Angeles. Little Horribles rips apart and laughs in the face of those painfully uncomfortable moments that no one wants to remember, but everyone does.
The show’s unique voice is what attracted so many talented people to get involved early on. The series features a range of talent including Cynthia Stevenson (The Player, Dead Like Me, Happiness), John Milhiser (Saturday Night Live), Issa Rae (Awkward Black Girl), Ilana Glazer (Broad City ), Ann Carr (Louie), Sue Galloway (30 Rock), Kali Hawk (Bridesmaids, New Girl) and many more!
Cast & Crew
Issa Rae, who’s series “Awkward Black Girl” received a pilot deal from HBO, executive produced the series and appeared in episode one “Sexual Activity.” Issa has also has been an invaluable partner in helping to get “Little Horribles” out into the world and in front of the right audience.
John Milhiser, who recently joined the cast of Saturday Night Live, played a multitude of parts and was invaluable both on and off-screen. John was featured in episode two,“LMFAO” and episode five, “Road Rage.” He also edited a bunch of the episodes and provided non-stop punching up all around.
Ilana Glazer’s star is rising . With a new show produced by Amy Poehler on Comedy Central, a growing following online and her first feature “How To Follow Strangers” killing it on the festivals circuit, it was a joy to work with Ilana on episode two, “LMFAO.”
Ann Carr was one of the first people we worked with and then we just couldn’t get enough of her. She’s featured in episodes “Sexual Activity”, “Bathroom Mirror”, and “Basketball.” From Ann’s web series, “The Actress” to her appearances on Louie, Ann has proven to be one of the most talented and hilarious actresses out there today.
Kali Hawk appeared in the “Basketball” and “Two Parties, One Night” episode and we loved every second of it. Kali’s been in a range of amazing movies and TV shows from New Girl to Bridesmaids and we were supes lucky to work with her!
It was an honor to work with Cynthia Stevenson in the “Minibar” episode where she played Amy’s mother. Cynthia can be seen in one of our all-time favorite movies, Todd Solondz’s Happiness as well as The Player, Dead Like Me and insane amount of other impressive films.
Sarah Streicher was a boon to this project from day one, acting primarily as a Story Editor but also contributing to many re-writes, one liners and overall series development. She’s a legit gem.
Amy Talkington directed episode six, “Minibar” and brought a whole new level of creativity and order to the series. Amy is an accomplished writer and director who’s worked with some of our most favorite comedians, including Selma Blair and Anna Faris.
We were insanely excited when the 30 Rock actor, Sue Galloway, agreed to work with us on the “Basketball” episode. Sue’s face is just too much. She’s one of our most favorite comedians, period and her web videos with Pam Murphy (Office Mates) are some of the best things we’ve ever seen.
Erin Foley played the flight attendant in the “Armrest” episode and she was SO much fun to work with. In addition to regularly killing it in comedy clubs around the country, Erin can be seen doing standup on Conan and she was our favorite guest star on NBC’s Go On.
Jen Bartels is fucking hilarious. Jen was the date in “Date” and she made everything better. Jen is one of the most talented comedians we know and can be seen in Fox’s reboot of “Living Color”, Men in Black 3 and a slew of the best comedy videos out there.
Sasheer Zamata is gorgeous and has the best facial expressions. She was a joy to work with on “Bathroom Mirror” and we’re pretty confident that big things are happening for Sasheer. Her and Nicole Byer’s new UCB Comedy web series, In Pursuit of Sexiness, is one of the best series we’ve seen in a long time.
Pam Murphy never messes up. Her UCB, one woman show, “The C Word” is possibly the only one woman show we’ve ever loved. Pam was featured in the “Armrest” episode and can be seen on 30 Rock, Happy Endings, and a ridiculous amount of hilarious internet videos.
Jenn Schatz has some amazing Jew hair and we really let it do it’s thing in the “Two Parties, One Night” episode. Jenn was also the scene-stealing hotel receptionist in “Minibar.” Jenn’s commercial work and Funny or Die videos are amazing and she’s a true actress.
Groundlings grad, Misty Monroe is the scene-stealing comedian who played the pre-med store clerk in episode six, “Minibar.” You can watch her steal other scenes everywhere from Funny or Die’s “Between Two Ferns” to “New Girl.”
Tom Virtue is one of those actors who you recognize from everywhere. He’s an amazing talent and we were so thrilled to work with him on the “Minibar” episode. Tom can be seen on so many hit shows, from Mindy Project to Children’s Hospital.
Bridget Palardy is a talented director and one of the best editors we’ve ever known. Bridget helped edit almost every episode and she directed episode eight, “Armrest.” Bridget was a tremendous addition to the team.
The ever patient Adam Glickfield created the title graphics and website branding. His company Very True Story is badass.