Josh Brener plays the role of Andy, starstruck sidekick to Owen Parker. He also went to Harvard, making him by default smartest person who worked on this movie. While at Harvard he learned to act good. He has acted good in lots of stuff like The Belko Experiment, The Internship, IFC's "Maron" and HBO's "Silicon Valley" which is a whole show about smart people. After shooting B-Roll, Josh married his co-star Meghan Falcone. They had a pre-existing relationship and she was not, as it turns out, the first pretty girl who ever talked to him.
Adam Herschman plays Nate, a career film student who testing his skills in the real world for the first time. To prepare for the role, Adam actually went to film school for 7 years to achieve the proper amount of off-putting smuggness. Adam has an outgoing personality and quickly bonded with everyone on the cast and crew, especially Co-Writer/Producer Lenny Miller, who shares his intense love of the late great former Twins center fielder, Kirby Puckett.
"A Few Conditions"
Karan Soni plays Doug, skittish and deer-like yet eternally loyal sidekick and soundguy to Nate. While Doug is technically listed as a "supporting role" Karan's current trajectory make it likely he will be retroactively put front and center on the B-Roll movie poster 10 years from now, just like with Jennifer Aniston and Leprechan. He is now known for Starz's "Blunt Talk" and movies like Office Christmas Party record-breaking Marvel blockbuster Deadpool. He's such a big deal he stopped returning our phone calls. Karan if you're reading this, we need the monkey suit back. The wardrobe girl said that she's gonna charge us for it and we just spent our last dollar having the website nerd type this.
"Hold for Plane"
Kurt Braunohler is "objectively the funniest comdian alive" according to the Jounal of Comedic Exelence, the leading fictitious scientific comedy publication. Whether he's riding a Jet Ski down the Mississippi or hauling Giant Ass across the country, Kurt knows how to make an entrance which is why he chose B-Roll as his vehicle into the arena of feature film leading man. In B-Roll, Kurt dominates this racket as if it is a game made for feeble minded children, drawing on his extesive background in improv and natural charisma to breath life into the character Owen Parker, an A-hole with a heart of bronze. Check out Kurt's new One-Hour stand up special, "Trust Me", here.