A comedic anthology series that tackles the insane grasp technology has on our daily social lives while examining the ways in which humanity has been forever changed. Future You explores human connection in the digital age, skewering and parodying internet culture by showing us the things that often go wrong as the digital and human worlds collide.
Does life change at 30? When twins reach a milestone year, they have to answer for their past choices.
Going viral isn't always a good thing. After becoming famous for all the wrong reasons, internet fugitives escape to a place that's completely unplugged from their past.
In the near future, there's an app that shows you how your life turns out. Would you download it?
Augie Praley (creator/writer/director)
Augie Praley is a Manhattan based writer, director and actor. Praley’s work in theatre has been seen across the world in cities including Chicago, Washington, DC, New York and Tbilisi, Georgia. His play “Thanksgiving at Chekov’s” was a finalist for the Eugene O'Neill National Playwrights Conference and his screenplay “i am become the sea” was a quarter-finalist for the Academy Nicholl Fellowship. In the past Praley has written for several sketch shows and for The Blue Man Group. In 2014, The New York Times called Praley’s one-man web series Augie, Alone “a series of delightful solo vignettes that announce a strong new comic voice.” He is also co-creator of the web series “INGENUE!” and the creator, writer and director of FUTURE YOU a web series on Super Deluxe. Praley studied Theatre and Performance Studies at the University of Chicago and received his MFA in Dramatic Writing at NYU’S Tisch School of the Arts.
Joshua Triplett (role of "Grant" in Life Decisions)
Joshua Triplett was born and raised in Youngstown, Ohio. He moved to New York, NY to start his journey with his entertainment career. He studied Acting & Musical Theater with Industries Top Talent and later graduated from The American Musical & Dramatic Academy (AMDA). After graduating college, he spent five years in the big apple where he landed some of his first TV and movie roles.
Joshua has appeared on popular TV shows like, My Crazy Ex, Game Shakers, and most recently Super Girl. He has also performed in theater productions including, Love or Laughs, Never So Alive, and many more - and is also featured in several national TV commercials promoting huge international brands like, Pepsi, Lincoln, & Lowe's.
Nija Okoro (role of "Grant's Girlfriend" in Life Decisions)
Nija Okoro will be costarring in the upcoming film adaptation of A Doll's House headlined by Ben Kingsley and starring in the independent feature Fachada. Television credits include: Southland, Hail Mary (CBS pilot), Medium, ER as well as a recurring role on Monday Mornings. Regional Theatre: The La Jolla Playhouse, The Mark Taper Forum, Sundance Theatre Lab, Cape May Stage and the McCarter Theatre. She is a proud member of the educational arts outreach company Shakespeare and Friends. She is a graduate of LaGuardia HS of the Arts and the Juilliard School. Nija would like to thank the Super Deluxe team for the awesome ride!!
Billy Mayo (role of “Future Grant”)
Born William Everett Mayo on December 31st in Washington, D.C., Billy has always explored positive interests, expressing himself through music, art, and sports. After graduating high school and receiving a football scholarship to play quarterback, Billy earned a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and also a commission in the United States Marine Corps as a lieutenant.
With three-and-a-half years of the military behind him, Billy moved to California and worked as an engineer with a major aerospace corporation until acting became a powerful interest and a career change soon followed.
For over twenty years, Billy has appeared on stage, television and film, including several voiceover assignments. Mostly seen in strong, aggressive roles such as policemen, military men and detectives, his favorite characters have been the driving, idealistic protagonists Troy Maxson in August Wilson’s Fences, Boy Willie inThe Piano Lesson, Shakespeare’sOthello, a recurring guest role as a firebrand football coach on Disney's The Jersey, and Anselmo the Porter, a mysterious heavily-armed protector in ABC's short-lived suspense drama,Traveler.
A fine leading man and character actor and a reliable presence, Billy is a three-time “Drama-Logue” award recipient for performances in Fences, A Soldier’s Play, and Of Mice and Men. He’s performed in over 40 stage plays, including several Shakespearean dramas and comedies. His television appearances include 24, Without a Trace, GREY’S Anatomy, DESPERATEHousewives, and many other episodic shows and sitcoms. On the big screen, he has appeared in Air Force One, THE Perfect Storm, Clockstoppers and several independent films.
Stretching his talent potential even further, Billy is currently penning a horror screenplay where the fearful protagonists is unknowingly more powerful than those whom she fears; a poignant drama about two kids forced to run away from a system which seeks to "protect" them from themselves; and a stage play depicting the exploits of four disparate con artists striving to pull off their last major scam.
Ellie Reed (role of “Marney”)
Ellie is a Chicago native, a Northwestern University graduate, and a recent Los Angeles resident. Prior to moving to LA, she spent time writing and performing in Chicago with companies like The Griffin Theatre Company, The Second City, Awkward Pause Theatre, Buzz22 Chicago, and more. TV Credits include Betrayal, Chicago PD, Empire, and 2 Broke Girls. She is represented by CAA and Grandview Management.
Paddy Wilkins (role of “Bernard”)
Bio coming soon...
Ella Joyce (role of “Henrietta”)
A versatile actress of stage, film, and television, Ella is beloved and remembered as Eleanor on the TV show "Roc", and Jasmin on "My Wife and Kids". As a chameleon, film & TV roles include Sarah in Tyler Perry's "TEMPTATION: Confessions Of A Marriage Counselor", Sister Watkins in Warner Bros. "PREACHER'S KID", Detective Waller in New Line Cinema's popular action film "SET IT OFF"; the Nurse in "BUBBA HO-TEP"; an hilarious cameo in "OUR FAMILY WEDDING"; Disney's "SELMA, LORD SELMA"; "UNCLE P" , "FORBIDDEN FRUITS", "WHO MADE THE POTATO SALAD", "SECOND CHANCE CHRISTMAS" , and a recent TV Guest Star appearance on "BEING MARY JANE". Ella delivered a memorable dramatic appearance in TLC's award winning "WATERFALLS" music video as the lonely Mother gazing out of the window.
Louie Enriquez (role of “Jeff”)
Currently training in classical Theater at Loyola Marymount University, Louie Enriquez has been involved in projects such as Point Break (2015), Super Deluxe’s Future You series, and the CBS series Criminal Minds.
Joey Romaine (role of “Guy in Car”)
Joey Romaine is an actor, known for Fifty Shades of Black (2016), The Advanced Technological Regression of Nestor Talbot (2015) and White Cop (2014).
Elisha Yaffe (role of “George”)
Elisha Yaffe is a comedian, actor and writer. He has co-created webseries, including Downers Grove, Minor Stars and Remember When. He has appeared in commercials for Mike's Hard Lemonade, Time Warner Cable, Samsung, Wendy's, McDonald's, Nintendo 3DS and Hanes. He has appeared in television shows including Mad Men, Southland, Up All Night, The New Normal and CSI:NY and regularly voices the character of Jimmy Olsen and B'dg on DC Nation Shorts's Tales of Metropolis and Super-Pets.
Teagan Rose (role of “Amy”)
Teagan Rose is an LA based actress, a Boston native, and a graduate from the University of Michigan with a BFA in Acting. A lover of the stage as well as the screen, her recent credits include Amy in Dry Land at the Echo Theater Company, Jordan Baker in The Great Gatsby at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, a co-starring role on ABC’s The Middle, work with Super Deluxe, and voiceover work with Snowday Film & Video Production. You can see more of her work in a web series called HAPPY, to be released in late 2016. More at teaganroseactress.com
Joel Murray (role of “Dad”)
Joel is a versatile writer-director-actor. Besides being excited about being part of Future You, Murray has recently completed shooting the independent films The Last Word, Bloodsucking Bastards, Sophie and The Rising Sun, Seven Minutes, Lamb, and Mr. Pig as well as D Tech, a futuristic television pilot. He recently starred in Bobcat Goldthwait’sdark comedy, God Bless America. He can be heard playing Don Carlton in the Pixar prequel, Monsters University. He was also in 2011’ Best Picture, The Artist. Joel has been in numerous films including One Crazy Summer, Scrooged, Long Gone, Hatchet and Lay the Favorite. Mr. Murray is a veteran of over 250 sit-com episodes. He has been a series regular on the comedies Grand, Pacific Station, Love and War, Dharma and Greg and Still Standing. He has also recurred on the series Mike and Molly, My Boys and Two and a Half Men. On the dramatic side, Joel played Freddy Rumsen on AMC’s Mad Men as well as Eddie Jackson on Showtime’s Shameless.
Joel Murray has directed the sit-coms, 2 Broke Girls, Dharma and Greg, Still Standing, Last Man Standing, Mike and Molly and The Big Bang Theory as well as the films Audition, The Bouncer and The One About the Nun and the Priest. He wrote, directed and produced Comedy Central’s golf comedy The Sweet Spot, starring himself and his brothers Bill, Brian and John Murray.
Mr. Murray studied at Northern Illinois University, Loyola University of Chicago and Loyola of Rome. He studied improvisation with Del Close and was a founding member of Chicago’s Improv Olympic. He enjoyed five years at The Second City in Chicago working with the likes of Bonnie Hunt, Mike Meyers, Tim Meadows and Chris Farley. He has been doing theater since the 4th grade, performed with the Remains and Organic Theatres Companies in Chicago and he improvises across the US and Canada with Whose Live Anyway and still performs frequently at the I. O. West in Los Angeles.
Lisa Blake Richards (role of “Auditor”)
Lisa Blake Richards was born on May 5, 1941 in New York City, New York, USA. She is an actress, known for One Life to Live (1968), Rolling Thunder (1977) and Eating (1990). She has been married to Stephen Mendillo since September 9, 2000. She was previously married to Michael Ebert, Frederic Kimball and R.A. Lipton.