Graham Murphy has studied Theatre at Western Illinois University and Comic Improvisation at The Second City in Chicago. After years of wandering around the Mid-west as an actor (and waiter), he settled in Orlando where he has been acting for more than twenty years. During that time he has had the great joy and privilege of working on a great many shows, including a long run at Disney's Adventurers Club, playing all of the male roles. Graham can currently be seen and/or heard at Monster's Laugh Floor at the Magic Kingdom, Flights of Wonder at Disney's Animal Kingdom, Turtle Talk at EPCOT, and Ollivanders Wand Shop at Universal Studios Florida.
Charity - Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Eric Pinder has been a professional actor for over twenty years. Known for his comedic work in productions at Mad Cow Theatre and the Orlando Fringe Festival, Eric is also a huge fan of opera. He is an actor, writer and Director in Residence for the Florida Opera Theatre. Eric was a doorman at the Adventurers Club during it's early days and an actor there in its final days.
Charity - Zebra Coalition
Mary Thompson Hunt
Mary has been professionally improvising for over 35 years. She has perfomred from places as close as NYC to Cameroon Africa. During her nearly 18 years of improvising at Pleasure Island's Comedy Warehouse, Mary’s coworkers estimated her having performed in the ballpark of 15000 shows on that stage. Het times filling in as Samantha Sterling at Adventures Club remains one of her favorite roles at Walt Disney World. She currently cohosts ‘From the HeART’ with Joshua Vickery for Orlando listeners on Real Radio's, Magic 107.7. You can see her as Miss Inga DaPointe on Main Stree USA. Mary is also a Voice Over artist and is married to graphic artist, Jason Hunt.
Charity - Central Florida Community Arts
Glenn Gover, since leaving the club Glenn has been performing with Stageworks Theatre and Gorilla Theatre in Tampa, freeFall Theatre in St.Pete and Mad Cow Theatre and with the Orlando Philharmonic at the Bob Carr in Orlando. For those who want to see him when at Disney he can be found assisting Capt.Jack Sparrow in Adventureland.
Charity - Central Florida Haven of Hope
John Connon is a veteran performer of both Walt Disney World and Universal Studios. Having studied Theater at the University of Michigan, John has performed in numerous plays and commercials. Audiences may remember him fondly from him as Fletcher Hodges and Emil Bleehall in the Adventurers Club – after all, he's your mailman.
Charity - Florida Little Dog Rescue
Joy has had a fun, diverse career. She has been one of the Rockettes in New York City's illustrious Radio City Music Hall, was a performance coach for Billy Elliot on Broadway and has danced with Gregory Hines. Joy has been performing with Disney off-and-on since 1989. She joined the Adventurers Club in 1996 - playing all of the female roles, including the beloved maid, Gabby.
Charity - A Better Life Pet Rescue
Jim, originally from Illinois, has worked in New York City with Dizzy Gillespie, appeared on the "Today Show," and "Good Morning America" and is listed in Dr. Billy Taylor's "Jazz Piano" book as one of the mainstream pianists of the late 1970´s. Jim has performed at the Newport Jazz Festival, Kool Jazz Festival, the Greenwich Village Jazz Festival and appeared in the off-Broadway show The Best of the Hoofers. In Orlando, he performed at the Comedy Warehouse and The Adventurers Club at Disney World's Pleasure Island. Jim also works regularly in the local jazz festivals and playing with his trio for conventions.
Charity - The Dravet Foundation
Dawn has built a world-class reputation of skill and grandeur that precedes her. There has yet to be a theater that she cannot fill and entertain. Dawn is also one of thee most sought after MC's in the business as well as a skilled vocalist. In 2015 she wrote and starred in The Orlando Fringe Festival one-woman show 'Technology, Breasts and Other World Issues' -- which received rave reviews! Adventures Club fans will remember her fondly as Pamelia, Samantha and as the maid, LaRue.
Charity - Passion For Pits
Allison is originally from Canada, where she began performing as a child on the radio. She studied classical music and drama from an early age, and her first professional job was doing live television. She was recruited by the Walt Disney World Resort in 1997 and has been performing there ever since. WDW credits include: The Slippery Villain (Canada pavilion EPCOT); The World Showcase Players; The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Laverne the Gargoyle); Chef Remy at Chefs de France; and her all time favorite The Adventurer's Club. Most recently she performed William Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor and "To Kill a Mockingbird" at the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre. Allison is thrilled to be a part of this reunion and to be with her old friends, the most talented and wonderful group of people she has ever worked with.
Charity - A Better Life Pet Rescue