Helen and Grace love CrossFit. They just don’t want to work out that hard.
Audrey Dundee Hannah and Molly Wilbanks also love CrossFit. They created “Helen & Grace” to celebrate the magical and often comical world of forging elite fitness. Think “Broad City” set in a CrossFit gym.
Molly is a seasoned improviser who has studied and performed at iO and the Annoyance Theater in Chicago and at UCB in Los Angeles, and currently hits the stage with the iO West House Harold team Granddaughter. She’s prepared to nail the role of Woman Eating Too Many Avocados in the hit series “People of Whole Foods.” Molly is represented commercially by Mavrick Artists Agency.
Audrey holds a degree in Drama from Stanford University, where she won the top award for performance and scholarship. She has studied and performed with Second City’s Off Off Campus, La MaMa Experimental Theater, and UCB in New York. Her television work includes “Bones,” “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” spots for MTV and Axe, and an international Swiffer campaign. Plus she’s pretty good at sewing felt puppets. Audrey is represented commercially by Sovereign Talent Group.