PostMurder Ad (Comedy Sketch)

The new app for when all you can murder is think about. (From Get Laughs or Cry Trying sketch comedy digital short series)

  • Ken Rudnick
  • Ken Rudnick
  • Ken Rudnick
  • Erin Walsh
  • Myra Vitela
    Key Cast
  • Ken Rudnick
    Key Cast
    "Delivery Guy"
  • Gregory Rosenberg
    Key Cast
    "Narrator (Voice)"
  • Gregory Rosenberg
    Key Cast
    "Gagged Guy"
  • Judith Schomp
  • Stefan Ecklund
    Composer Main Theme
  • Project Type:
    Short, Web / New Media
  • Genres:
    Comedy, Sketch Comedy, Parody
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 10 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    June 10, 2021
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Black Magic 6K
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
Director Biography - Ken Rudnick

Born in Los Angeles means two things for Ken Rudnick: one, he says “the” when referring to freeway names, and, two, he’s never really grown up. Ken went away for college: to UCLA, which was over fifteen miles from home (or four hours in LA traffic). While enrolled at UCLA, Ken began training with Hollywood comedy theaters (Second City, UCB, iO West) and wrote for multiple sketch teams. Ken also joined LCC Theatre Company at UCLA, where he hosted panels and workshops with the club's notable alumni including: Ali Wong, Tim Chiou, Leonard Wu, Mike Golamco, and the founder Randall Park. At UCLA, Ken’s spec Black-ish, “A Star is Boring,” placed in the TOP 10 of the UCLA Writer’s TV Script Contest. Ken has been hired for feature rewrites, participated in sketch writing through the Nickelodeon Writers Program and most recently worked for the writers and producers on ABCs Fresh Off The Boat and Disney+ Diary of a Future President.

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Director Statement

I LOVE sketch comedy and am so excited to share one of the sketches from our upcoming series. This project was born of the dark, absurd twist on the popular delivery service. I like to approach sketch with a "what if they had this-- for something strange." I bloody love comedy and I love bloody comedy? I think that's chiasmus or something president's use in speeches?
Thanks for watching! <3