Alex Watt was born and raised in Long Island, New York, where grew up as a jock. Today, he lives as a nerd in Brooklyn, New York and makes his living writing and performing comedy for popular websites like CollegeHumor, Funny or Die, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency, and The New Yorker. Alex’s role as Alex the Page on MTV’s “Middle of the Night Show” is his first of what he hopes to be many television jobs where he has the same name as the character.
Anu Valia is an actor, writer, and director who has worked with IFC, The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, TruTV, CollegeHumor, MTV(other), Refinery 29, Glamour, and Vox Media. If it's a company that makes Internet videos, she's worked for them. As a director, her work has been nominated for a Student Academy Award and screened at various festivals in America and Europe.
Brian Murphy is the host of MTV’s Middle of the Night Show, as well as a writer and performer for CollegeHumor. His most popular contributions include writing and starring in “How to Tell if You’re a Basic Bitch” with Patrick Warburton, co-writing and appearing in “Star Wars Cantina Band Auditions” for Lucasfilm with Weird Al, and co-creating the series “Dinosaur Office” for the Nintendo 3DS. Murphy has re-occurring roles in the popular web series, Jake & Amir, and the TruTV series, Adam Ruins Everything. He once broke three fingers in a backyard wrestling match because he’s kind of an idiot.
Harris Karlin is originally from the suburbs of New York City, which was a contributing factor in his choice to move to New York City. Pursuing the stage from a young age, he performed magic and stand up comedy at venues such as Caroline's, and played roles in many local theater productions including a lauded turn as "Father" in Bye Bye Birdy. Naturally, this led Harris to studying audio engineering at the SAE Institute, setting him on the path to a long and fruitful career engineering audio for film, television, commercials and web videos for College Humor, Funny or Die, and Improv Everywhere among countless others. He can currently be found performing comedy, producing records, and leading his band Low Anxiety throughout New York City, where he resides.