Maggie Rieth Austin
Hailing from Rochester, New York, Maggie Rieth Austin is a Texan by choice and a filmmaker by trade.
Maggie received her B.S. in Radio-Television-Film from The University of Texas at Austin, fulfilling a childhood dream of making movies and spending a ridiculous amount of money on a degree. She began performing and writing comedy in 2011 at Dallas Comedy House (DCH) where she met Sarah and the rest is history.
She has showcased at festivals across the country for improv, sketch performance, storytelling, and, of course, short films. In 2022 she was a finalist at the Houston Comedy Film Festival for Best Director for her directorial debut with The Monthly Junk short DOULA.
In addition to making up funny stories, Maggie is a mother to three children under five, a wife to fellow comedian and actor Kyle Austin, and runs point on communication and projects for the Dallas-based women+ non-profit FearLess. In her spare time, she watches lots of Real Housewives and likes to doodle.
Maggie is currently unrepresented, but you could change that.
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Sarah Adams is a Dallas-born and Denton-based filmmaker, actress and improviser.
Recent producing projects include the independent short series Supporting Roles (official selection - Austin Film Festival, Short. Sweet. Film Fest, and HollyWeb) and the short The Service Elevator (official selection and short finalist - USA Film Festival). The Service Elevator is the most recent production of The Monthly Junk, a collaboration between Adams and her comedy-partner-in-crime, Maggie Rieth Austin, aimed at creating original work for stage and screen. A new Monthly Junk short is currently in development.
Adams has also appeared in a number of independent films including the award-winning short film The Mink Catcher (2016 Telluride Film Festival, SXSW 2016, DIFF 2016) and in numerous national television commercials including Capital One, Doritos, Verizon, and Progressive.
In addition to her on-screen work, Sarah takes the stage regularly at Dallas Comedy House.
Though she's always been a performer (just ask her parents) her acting career began in earnest in 2011. Her dogs think she is hilarious.