Superstore Cast

America Ferrera

America Ferrera

as Amy

America Ferrera stars as Amy, Cloud 9's intelligent and responsible floor supervisor. Ferrera also serves as a producer on the series.

Ferrera is an award-winning actress and producer, perhaps best known for her breakthrough role as Betty Suarez on the hit comedy Ugly Betty. For her performance on the show, Ferrera was recognized with Golden Globe, Emmy and Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as ALMA and Imagen Awards.

Other screen credits include police drama End of Watch, co-starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Anna Kendrick and Michael Peña; It's a Disaster, alongside Julia Stiles and David Cross; popular YA title The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (parts 1 and 2); the critically acclaimed biographical drama film Lords of Dogtown, directed by Catherine Hardwicke; as well as festival entries The Dry Land and How the Garcia Girls Spent Their Summer.

On stage, Ferrera starred in Terrence McNally's off-Broadway production "Lips Together, Teeth Apart" in 2014. In 2013, she appeared as Crystal in Laura Marks' off-Broadway play "Bethany" and in 2011 Ferrera starred as Roxie Hart in the West End production of the hit musical "Chicago" for an eight-week run. She also appeared off-Broadway in "Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead," directed by Trip Cullman.

Ferrera first garnered attention as one of Hollywood's most vibrant young talents with her starring role in the Patricia Cardoso film Real Women Have Curves. Her performance earned her a Sundance Jury Award for Best Actress, an Independent Spirit Award nomination for Best Debut Performance and a Young Artist Award nomination for Best Performance for a Leading Young Actress.

Ferrera served as ambassador on the campaign America4America, joining Voto Latino, the leading non-partisan national youth empowerment organization. The campaign, which engaged people across the country in online conversations, featured Ferrera discussing issues related to voter ID laws, education and immigration. Ferrera was the face of the initiative for the 2012 election. Ferrera also served as an artist ambassador for Save the Children and traveled to West Africa, where she raised funds to build a school in southern Mali. She has dedicated her time to the organization ONE in support of women facing the challenges of extreme poverty.

Behind the scenes, Ferrera has started her own television and film production company, Take Fountain.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Ferrera is the youngest of six children. A graduate of the University of Southern California, the actress studied international relations while pursuing her career in film and television. Follow her on Twitter at @AmericaFerrera

Ben Feldman

Ben Feldman

as Jonah

Ben Feldman stars as Jonah, Cloud 9's newest and most impressionable employee.

In addition to Superstore, Feldman can also be seen on the tech comedy Silicon Valley as attorney Ron LaFlamme. Previously, Feldman starred on the comedy A to Z.

Feldman co-starred as Michael Ginsberg on the fifth season of the Emmy Award-winning drama Mad Men, and soon became a fan and critical favorite. Not only did the press praise him for his work but Feldman received a 2012 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series.

Other previous TV work includes Drop Dead Diva, The Mindy Project, CSI, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Major Crimes, and Medium.

On the film side, Feldman has appeared in As Above, So Below, a thriller centered on two archaeologists in search of a lost treasure in the catacombs below Paris; the remake of Friday the 13th; and the sci-fi hit Cloverfield, from producer J.J. Abrams.

A native of Washington, D.C., Feldman was involved in his high school theater program and then attended Ithaca College and majored in acting.

Feldman currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife. Follow him on Twitter at @WhosBenFeldman

Colton Dunn

Colton Dunn

as Garrett

Colton Dunn stars as Garrett, Cloud 9's intercom "voice of God".

Dunn had recurring roles on the critically acclaimed comedy Parks and Recreation as well as The League. He has also appeared on Brothers, Save Me and Pretend Time.

Dunn also wrote and performed on the hit comedy series Key & Peele, in which he was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Series.

His feature credits include Celebrity Death Pool and Lazer Team. He was a writer and recurring performer on MADtv and The Arsenio Hall Show, performed at the Aspen Comedy Festival and Just for Laughs, and regularly performs at the UCB Theatre.

 

Follow him on Twitter at @captdope

Mark McKinney

Mark McKinney

as Glenn

Mark McKinney stars as Glenn, Cloud 9's kind but confused store manager.

As co-creator, writer and ensemble cast member of the groundbreaking Canadian sketch show The Kids in the Hall, McKinney was nominated for three Emmy Awards for writing. He followed up with three seasons on Saturday Night Live, as both a principal cast member and staff writer. 

With Susan Coyne and Bob Martin, he co-wrote the international hit Slings and Arrows, for which the team won the 2006-07 Gemini Awards for writing, along with McKinney taking home a Gemini Award in two acting categories. 

McKinney also served as showrunner of Canada's biting Less Than Kind, where he won a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Direction on the series.

On the small screen, McKinney has also appeared on 3rd Rock from the Sun, Wanda at Large, Corner Gas, Kevin Hill and Spun Out. His feature films include Guy Maddin's The Saddest Music in the World and Scott Smith's Falling Angels, which garnered him an ACTRA Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male. Other features include The Ladies Man, Superstar, The Out of Towners, Spice World and Dog Park.

Along with developing new Canadian comedies such as Picnicface, he continues to perform stand up in L.A. and tours with the ever-popular and iconic Kids in the Hall. Follow him on Twitter at @Mark_DMcKinney

Lauren Ash

Lauren Ash

as Dina

Lauren Ash stars as Dina, Cloud 9's resident security guard and HR manager.

Ash was recently seen playing Hortense on the Comedy Central series Another Period, which co-starred Natasha Leggero, Riki Lindhome, Christina Hendricks, Paget Brewster and Michael Ian Black.

Ash also co-starred with Rebel Wilson as Marika on Super Fun Night, which won the People's Choice Award for Favorite New TV Comedy. On the film side, Ash had a feature role opposite Kevin James in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2. Other film and TV credits include Lars and the Real Girl (with Ryan Gosling), Camille (with James Franco), Scare Tactics, Howie Do It and countless Canadian series, including Lost Girl, Cracked, The Ron James Show, Call Me Fitz, Bomb Girls, Spun Out, Match Game and more.

Hailing from Toronto, Ash is an alumnus of the Second City Toronto and Chicago main stages and is one of only four Canadians ever chosen to perform on the Chicago stage. She has earned six wins throughout the past 10 years in various categories at the Canadian Comedy Awards, including the Canadian Comedy Person of the Year.

This year, she was nominated for an ACTRA Award for her performance in the film Dirty Singles and was the winner of a Canadian Screen Award for a guest-starring role on Spun Out.

 

Follow her on Twitter @lauren_ash

Nichole Bloom

Nichole Bloom

as Cheyenne

Nichole Bloom stars as Cheyenne, Cloud 9's bubbly, young, pregnant employee.

Bloom was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. As a child, she loved creating characters and making movies at home, which led to her involvement in theater, starting at age eight. At 14, she made the transition to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting.

Bloom has studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade and the Groundlings Theatre and is a graduate of the University of Southern California. Prior to Superstore, she recurred on Shameless and can be seen in such films as Todd Phillips' Project X and Lily Mariye's Model Minority.

Bloom enjoys making short films, painting, dancing and being in the ocean.

 

Follow her on Twitter at @nichole_bloom

Nico Santos

Nico Santos

as Mateo

Nico Santos stars as Mateo, Jonah's competition as the other new employee at Cloud 9.

Santos was born and raised in the Philippines and fell headlong into American culture by California. He started doing stand up in San Francisco and, in just a short amount of time, conquered the Bay Area comedy scene with his acute observations and quirky characters.

Charming audiences all across the country with his sharp sarcastic wit and outrageous sensibility, Santos has that rare ability to be crass and snarky while at the same time remaining completely likable.

Santos has written for Fashion Police and appeared on screen on Pride Comedy Jam, as well as Ground Floor, Mulaney and 2 Broke Girls. He was also a regular panelist on Chelsea Lately and made his film debut in Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2.

Follow him on Twitter at @nicosantoscomic

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