The Shrimp Boys are an LA-based alternative sketch comedy group. They do genre-based weird guy comedy for the film and stage, relying heavily on multimedia elements and screaming at each other. The Shrimp Boys have been on Adult Swim, performed on The Onion Comedy and Arts Festival, and are members of the comedy collective Helltrap Nightmare.​​​​​​​ The Shrimp Boys are represented by APA.
David Brown is a performer, actor, and filmmaker living in Los Angeles. He performs in the sketch group Shrimp Boys and the show Helltrap Nightmare. He edited, acted in and co-produced the web series Snugglr, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival. He can be seen in Sarah Squirm’s “Flayaway” on Adult Swim, and in Kris Rey’s upcoming feature I Used To Go Here.
Wyatt Fair is a sketch comedian, stand-up, writer, and actor based out of Los Angeles. He performs with the sketch comedy group Shrimp Boys and as a member of the alternative comedy collective Helltrap Nightmare. He was featured in Sarah Squirm’s “Flayaway” on Adult Swim and performed at the Onion Comedy and Arts Festival in Chicago.​​​​​​​
Luke Taylor is a comedian, filmmaker, writer, actor, and voice actor based out of Los Angeles. You can find his comedy online, within the sketch group Shrimp Boys, and apart of the comedy collective Helltrap Nightmare whose work have been featured on Adult Swim and in The Onion Comedy and Arts Festival. You can find his writing on Vice.