Anthony used to live in New York, where he ate pizza and performed in semi-experimental theatre (often simultaneously). He studied acting and improv at The New School, Atlantic Acting School, UCB, Second City, and iO and entertained tens of people at hundreds of sparsely attended improv shows in bar basements. Upon realizing California could make him tan, he immediately moved to LA and signed up for a class at The Groundlings, even though he knew taking classes there wouldn’t necessarily make him more tan. Since then, he has learned to drive while texting, won Best Supporting Actor at IndieFest for his role in the feature film THE MEANEST MAN IN TEXAS, received the Encore! Producers Award for his Hollywood Fringe Festival Play, Nickel Dickers, and appeared as a recurring guest star in FusionTV’S HAPPY ENDING. Past credits include 30 ROCK, and he recently starred in the feature film BRUCE and streaming series POOL (both available on Amazon). He is honored and grateful to join Sunday Company, and he dedicates his goofs in this run to the memory of his best pal and collaborator, Breck Denny, whose brilliant hilarity and exceptional kindness made life better and funnier for so many people.