Meet Chelsey & Trey
The Review Queens
Chelsey Donn is a bi-coastal actress and comedian who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to two proud Brooklyn natives and was raised in Southern New Jersey. Chelsey spent the summers of her early childhood in the Catskill Mountains watching her grandmother, Sherry Mann, perform stand-up comedy. From a very young age, Chelsey was inspired by her grandmother and quickly learned the magic and transformative nature of the stage.
Chelsey was accepted into the prestigious Tisch School of the Arts at New York University. While at NYU she studied at the Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, Stonestreet Studios and Upright Citizens Brigade. Chelsey graduated with honors and earned the Founders Day Award for high academic achievement. Since graduating from NYU Chelsey has performed in several exciting theatrical, film, and television productions and has worked with many award-winning writers, directors, and actors. Following in the footsteps of her grandmother, Chelsey studies improv comedy at The Groundlings and can also be seen performing stand-up at various venues throughout NYC and Los Angeles. For an extensive list of Chelsey’s work please check out chelseydonn.com
TREY GERRALD is an American television, film, & stage actor. On TV, he has recurring roles on Netflix's ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, Hulu's DEADBEAT, and the short-lived NBC sitcom, NEXT CALLER opposite Dane Cook & Jeffrey Tambor.
Other guest appearances on television include FX's YOU'RE THE WORST, PopTV's NIGHTCAP, The CW's THE CARRIE DIARIES, BET's COMEDY GET DOWN, TVLand's YOUNGER, TNT's PUBLIC MORALS, and the un-aired NBC pilot of what would become Netflix's UNBREAKABLE KIMMY SCHMIDT.
On Film, Trey can be seen in Todd Solondz's WIENER-DOG (which opened the 2016 Sundance Film Festival), Mikhaël Hers's CE SENTIMENT DE L'ÉTÉ, the Netflix smash-hit FOURTH MAN OUT, and indie favorites CAREFREE and GRIND.
In 2016 Trey spent time playing seven different characters in Barbra Streisand's basement in Jon Tolin's hilarious one-man-play BUYER & CELLAR in Cape May, New Jersey.
Bouncing between New York City and Los Angeles, Trey is a proud member of both professional actor unions Actor's Equity Association and Screen Actors Guild ‐ American Federation of Television and Radio Artists. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Acting from Coastal Carolina University where he received 6 Irene Ryan Acting Nominations in 4 years from the Kennedy Center's prestigious KCACTF.
On the other side of the table, Trey has worked as an ASM on the national tour of Billy Elliot, Assistant to Cameron Mackintosh's directing team for the 25th Anniversary tour of Les Miserables (which played Broadway in 2015), and in Company Management for the national tours of Beauty & the Beast and The Drowsy Chaperone.
Trey is a proud graduate of the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanitites residential High School.
Follow Trey on twitter at @TreyGerrald