Jeff Finn, Sunshine Court co-creator and the voice of Li’l Iceberg, is a writer, director, artist, and musician whose work runs the gamut from documentary film to performance art to multimedia collage. Finn is the director, writer, and co-producer of the feature-length documentary film, Before the End: Searching for Jim Morrison, and the co-director, writer, and co-producer of the feature documentary, Strange Septembers: The Hill Abduction & The Exeter Encounter. Both films are products of Z-Machine, the Los Angeles-based indie imprint run by Jeff and his wife, Jess Finn. Jeff previously formed and fronted the noise-rock bands, The Frequencies (Los Angeles), and Crushes (Los Angeles/Austin, TX). Finn once found himself acting, so to speak, alongside his young daughter and Lorenzo Lamas in Let Lorenzo, a Funny Or Die video that featured Lamas breastfeeding said daughter. And still he is unashamed. Jeff adores his daughter, finds great inspiration in the surrealist career of David Lynch, and thrills to the notion that humans are far from the most intelligent life form in the universe. He often dreams of time travel.
Ann Marie Lindbloom
Sunshine Court co-creator Ann Marie Lindbloom, the voice of Irene Kafka, is a comedian, writer, producer, and director whose work has appeared on NBC, CBS, E!, Style, The Travel Channel and Spike. Most recently, she was showrunner for the e-news/sketch comedy series Ultimate Hollywood Countdown and the Senior Supervising Producer for Fox’s e-news daily Dish Nation. Ann Marie is also the co-creator of two critically-acclaimed and award-winning web shows and was named a semi-finalist in the 2013 Final Draft Big Break screenwriting competition for her Big Bang Theory spec (“The Paraspawn Paradox”). She continues to split her time working in front of and behind the camera. One highlight was being cast by Borat director Larry Charles in an HBO sitcom pilot starring Kanye West. She played a crazed Kanye fan who “raps” for him while dressed as a giant pea pod. After the shoot Kanye gently touched her “balls” and said she had “skills.” True story.