Brynley is an actor, comedian and writer from Christchurch, who now lives in Auckland. In 2011, she moved to Wellington to study acting and graduated with a BPA (acting) from Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School. Since then, she has worked with a wide range of companies, and performed in theatres all over the country.
Brynley works as a writer and actor on TV'3’s Funny Girls and appears regularly on Jono & Ben. Brynley was nominated for 'Most Promising Female Newcomer' in the Chapman Tripp Theatre awards in 2014 for her work in Revelations, which had its première at BATS theatre and ‘Best Newcomer’ at the 2017 Comedy Festival for her show Escape from Gloriavale.
Alice Snedden is fast rising in the Auckland scene as a comedian, writer and improviser. She trained and performed at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York where she completed their long form improv program.
She was nominated for Best Newcomer at the New Zealand International Comedy Festival 2017 and is a 2018 Billy T Nominee. Aside from Snort, she is head writer for TV3’s Jono and Ben and Funny Girls, a columnist for the Sunday Star Times, and co-host of podcast Boners of the Heart.
Rhiannon is originally from Christchurch and has trained as a member of improv troupe, The Court Jesters, for four years. She appeared in their weekly show, Scared Scriptless, regularly, as well as other long form shows. Before that, she trained for five years through the high school theatre sports program.
Rhiannon is now an actress based in Auckland, and most recently won the Best Actress award at the Auckland regional finals for the HP 48hours film competition. She is the newest member of Snort, and as a result has started to dabble in stand-up comedy even though it gives her big time heebie jeebies. In 2017, Rhiannon was part of improv show, Pilot Season, in the Auckland Fringe Festival. Rhiannon loves story-telling and making kooky characters with her friends.
Kura Forrester is of Ngāti Porou descent and, since 2005, has worked throughout the country as an actress, comedian, writer, and theatre maker.
Her feature film credits include What We Do in The Shadows and Belief: The Possession of Janet Moses. Her recent theatre credits include Perplex, Camping, and Amadeus. On the small screen, Kura’s credits include Super City, Real Housewives of South Auckland, Funny Girls and Find Me A Māori Bride. Kura also played the lead role in comedy web series The Adventures of Suzy Boon.
Kura has hosted the Auckland Theatre Awards and has devised and starred in the annual Basement Theatre Christmas show The Opening Night Before Christmas. She debuted her solo show Tiki Tour in the 2015 International Comedy Festival in April and then again at Basement Theatre in September 2015. Both seasons were sold out and Kura gained a nomination for Best Newcomer to the festival that year.