Gabe Casdorph

Gabe Casdorph was born on April 3, 1982, in Charleston, West Virginia. He graduated high school in 2000 and was recruited by BYU for track and field. At BYU, he studied Media Arts with emphases in Acting, Directing and Production Design. After moving across the country multiple times, he moved back to Provo, Utah in 2010, where he started working with Studio C.

He is the segment gaffer of Studio C, which means he takes care of lighting during the sketches. Aside from this, he has also been the art director of several episodes of Season 2 and Season 8. He has also played as a cameraman during the behind-the-scenes footage in several episodes of Season 7. He has directed several sketches, and he is the cinematographer of the Studio C Openings of seasons 3 to 7 .

He has appeared in several sketches as an extra, such as "Daniel Harrison: The Man Behind the Mustache" and "How to Be a Famous Reality Star", and he co-wrote "Jason Bourne Resurfaces in 2016".

How to Be a Famous Reality StarEdit

Just when you think your YouTube channel and Instagram page aren't bringing you the immediate fame you SO deserve, YOU'RE IN LUCK! This may sound unconventional, but the NSA has got your back! (...and front. ...and everything else...)

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How to Be a Famous Reality Star

Daniel Harrison: The Man Behind the MustacheEdit

BBC presents a new documentary all about the man behind the iconic Studio C mustache! The question still remains though, is Jeremy real?!

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Daniel Harrison The Man Behind the Mustache

Jason Bourne Resurfaces in 2016Edit

Pamela Landy is absorbed in her new projects when, out of the blue, Jason Bourne returns for more epic adventures!

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Jason Bourne Resurfaces in 2016

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