An actor, improviser and producer, with many TV and Film credits that include: Patriots Day, Theater 9, The Adult Swim Golf Special, Heroes, Hart of Dixie, Greek, Campus Ladies and Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar, opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.  Last year he appeared in the PBS Film, The Millionaire’s Unit as WWI Fighter Pilot, Erl Gould. Gregory has just finished shooting a lead role in "Theater 9" which is a powerful and relevant film about the mass shooting in Aurora, Colorado. He was recently seen onstage starring as Seth Laurie in the World Premiere of "The Engine of Our Ruin" by Jason Wells at the Victory Theatre with the L.A. Times saying: "Gregory Hoyt stands out as a naif diplomatic assistant who is more stoned than savvy." Gregory has starred in over 65 National/International Commercials & has performed in over 500 Improv shows throughout Hollywood. He has appeared onstage in Los Angeles at The Elephant Theatre, the Groundlings Theater, UCB Theater Franklin, The Victory Theatre and the META Theatre.  


Known for his work in taped segments on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live", as well as such films as Roger Corman's Death Race 2050 (2017), Illicit (2017) and Miss Ohio (2009). He is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory in Chicago and played Bodhi in the hit stage show "Point Break Live" in Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco and Austin. He can also be seen on The Golden Globes red carpet as a spokesman for Moet & Chandon.


Joya Mia Italiano grew up in Littleton, Colorado, then got the h-e-double-hockey-sticks outta there upon graduating high school.  She graduated from Sarah Lawrence College with a concentration in theater (Sarah Lawrence doesn't have majors because its SUPER anti-establishment).  She had the opportunity to study physical theater, Commedia Dell’arte, and clowning in Arezzo, Italy.  After graduating, she worked to live in peanut shells all across New York City, which is pretty legit. She appeared in numerous 'meta' productions, and joined her first performance family as a member of the sketch group, STuFF, writing and producing comedy shorts.  She had the crazy opportunity to relocate to Los Angeles in 2012 to star as John Connor in Terminator Too: Judgement Play, thus joining the PBL family. She's stoked to keep the party going with Tom Gun Live!  When not clowning with her friends, Joya writes, hustles, and waxes philosophical - check out her podcast, 'No, But That's a Thing!' on iTunes - where two comedian goons talk about the real-life stuff depicted in Sci-Fi movies.


Is super excited to be playing with her comedic family again!!!!!  And she is super excited to be a part of this show!  Some of her favorite roles thus far have been the P.A./Stunt Double in Point Break Live, Sarah Connor in Terminator Too: Judgment Play, Marissa in Stranger Things, Suzie in The Worst Generation, and Dr. Flo in Sex Chat!  She is so grateful for the support of her friends and family and would like to thank them all for the enormous amount of love that they envelope her in!  


Returns to the stage yet remains forever  obscure.  Hiding again inside the off beat characters he so often dives in and out of.  After years of being beat up and questioned by cops on TV,  and dumbing down and doping up in over 20 films,  Mitch has decided to embrace what he does best...making an ass of himself.  In the process Eakins has become an all around creative on every side of production.  His passion for being involved in every aspect of his projects from writing and producing, to acting and animal wrangling, is no doubt a result of crippling ADD.  Please help support him so his family can one day admit they know him again. 


Pittsburg native who didn’t know that he wanted to be an actor until stumbling upon an audition for Point Break Live! on Craigslist the first week that he moved to SF back in 2009. After he got the ‘bug” John attend SF School of Film and upon graduation moved to Los Angeles where he now resides. In his short new acting career John has already managed to land multiple national commercials, and has had parts in over 20 films. He is super stoked to still be riding the wave that changed his life back in 09.


Tobias Jelinek counts the day he met this wild bunch as one of the luckiest. It began with premiering Point Break Live at Charlie O’s in downtown Los Angeles (as Bodhi/Patrick Swayze), carried into Terminator Too (as villain cop T2), and now here we are— the “ultimate ride” just keeps on giving. Tobias’ recent television credits include recurring roles on FX’s Baskets, Netflix’s Stranger Things, TNT’s Major Crimes, and Rhett & Link’s Buddy System (opposite Molly Shannon). Other guest appearances include Comedy Central, The Mindy Project, NCIS, MacGyver, Southland, and Shameless. Enjoy the show. We had a blast putting it together and hope it’s just as fun for you!


Native to the emerald city of Seattle, Erika studied musical theatre in NYC and continued to chase it around the country. Once she found herself cancan-ing in Alaska and almost never left. Since then she had appeared in numerous musicals around Seattle and still does burlesque in Seattle regularly. After moving to LA in 2014 she landed a bit in Comedy Central's "Drunk History" and jumped into the cast of "Point Break Live!" to finish out it's 10 year run. She also likes to play accordion and make fun of guys with muscles on Instagram @douche_uh_gram. 


Is the creator/director of Tom Gun LIVE as well as Terminator Too and the director/producer of LA's longest running show Point Break Live! He started acting on stage at an early age in NC, later studying at HB Studios in NYC.  Favorite stage credits include, Roach in "Point Break Live", Sarah Connor in "Terminator Too", and Andy Warhol in “Andy and Edie”. Film- "Magnificent 7" (as The Two Gun Kid), "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay 2", "Divergent: Allegiant", "Tales of Halloween", "Hot Summer Nights", Cabin Fever 2, The Passing, Creating Discourse and many more he hopes you never see. TV- Recurring on "Outcast", "Quarry" and "Off The Map". Other TV roles include, "The Detour", "Aquarius",“Medium”, “Numbers”, “NCIS”, "Mercy Street “Rockville”, Dawson’s Creek”,”The Worst Generation”.  He is the proud owner of “On the Fly Entertainment Inc.”. He would like to thank his friends, family, and the wonderful cast and crew of Tom Gun LIVE! (AKA the X Presidentz) for making his job so fun.


Known throughout the world as the leading Tom Cruise impersonator, Evan Ferrante has traveled the globe impersonating Cruise (London, New Zealand, Australia, and Canada) and has appeared in a host of commercials, films, and corporate events as the iconic movie star, working with Disney, FX, Maker Studios, DirectTV, Channel 4 Television and many other companies seeking to harness the unparalleled energy of Cruise. Evan recently made an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, performing the famous courtroom drama scene from A Few Good Men. Ferrante received the biggest praise of all on EXTRA from Tom Cruise himself, who said “His voice is uncanny,” while laughing maniacally. Evan first discovered he had the unique ability to impersonate Cruise back when his college roommate, Alex, at Boston University, pointed out the eery similarities, notably the voice and mannerisms. He strongly encouraged Evan to capitalize on this newfound talent. Jerry Maguire had just been released that same year, so there was a lot of new material to work with. Evan and Alex, who did an impressive Jean Claude Van Damme impersonation, knocked on female dorm rooms and performed their routine, hoping to gain entry. It worked 70% of the time and the rest is history. Evan would very much like to thank Tom Cruise for opening up his life to new, exciting, and surreal possibilities. 


Carl D. McDowell was born on the gang-ridden streets of the south side of Chicago. Although, he had his share of problems with gangs and brushes with the law as a teenager, sports ultimately lead him in the opposite direction. Carl excelled in football, baseball, and wrestling at Harper High School, and it just so happen that football bought him his ticket out of Chicago. After discovering his love for acting Carl came out to Hollywood in 2004 and has since successfully displayed his talent with multiple film and TV credits including a Series Regular role on Ballers, as well as parts in Sons of Anarchy, Shameless and Roadies, just to name a few. To this date his fondest moments have been working along side Adam Sandler, "The Longest Yard", being directed by Cameron Crowe, "Elizabeth Town", and getting to be in a movie with Snoop Dog, "Bossn' up". He is super pumped to  join the cast of Tom Gun LIVE as the newest member of the On The Fly Entertainment. family.