Brandon Broady is the multi-talented host of BET's The Xperiment. The Silver Spring, MD native was named “Biggest Comedian” by the senior class of 2004 at Springbrook High School. Broady’s experience at Towson University helped him develop his craft as an entertainer. He often hosted various events, ranging from fashion shows to step shows to concerts to health awareness events to parties, and adapted and catered to each event’s needs. He also acted in plays and appeared in a commercial for Towson University that aired during Monday Night Football games and numerous times on ESPN. He has appeared in television and film productions like The Wire, Step Up, and, Step Up 2: The Streets and he was a stand-in for President Barack Obama in a production called Stevie Wonder at the White House. After graduating from college, he began working at a top radio station in the DMV area and eventually relocated to L.A. to pursue his dreams as an actor and comedian full time. He can easily be called a modern day jack of all trades and is now the host of The Xperiment.
Vince Swann is an American actor, comedian, and artist. He is best known for his role on BET's series 50 Central. Swann was born in Germantown, Maryland, he grew up in Bowie, Maryland before moving to Charlotte, North Carolinas age 12. He attended Weddington High School where excelled and fell in love with acting, by age 19 Swann was accepted into the British American Drama Academy (BADA) at Oxford University.
Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, J Lee is an American actor/writer/producer/musician/director. He began classical piano lessons at the age of 3 and eventually went on to receive a music scholarship at Indiana University's renowned Jacob's School Of Music. After graduating in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance and Theater and Drama, J Lee took the last $200 he had and headed west for Los Angeles to begin his professional entertainment career.