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Nehemiah and Jed are writers, comedians and biological brothers based in New York City. They met as undergrads on the improv troupe at Georgetown University where they wasted no time and graduated with really useful degrees. Ever since, they’ve performed improv and sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and other venues throughout New York, and together they comprise the comedy pair, Never Sad. Their original one-act scene was performed at the ABC Discovers Talent Showcase in 2016, and they are currently finalists in Universal Cable Productions' 2017 Pitch Fest. Jed and Nehemiah frequently contribute humor for The New Yorker, Funny or Die and YouTube.