TWIST just got off the phone with Jeremy Shada from Incredible Crew! He spilled about the show, the vibe on set, and told us the most mischievous cast member! To find out all that, and what he did for his sixteenth birthday, read our exclusive Q&A below!
TWIST: For TWIST readers who haven't already, why should they check out Incredible Crew?
Jeremy Shada: Well, I think Incredible Crew is an insanely funny show. It's a sketch comedy show, so there are a bunch of different music videos, hidden camera pranks, and TV commercial parodies. There's a bunch of awesome crazy stuff that I think people would really love!
TWIST: What is the vibe like on set?
JS: It's pretty chill. We have a lot of good times on set. We're just like a big group of friends; it's really funny. There'll be a lot of times when we'll be doing something and we'll all just crack up!
TWIST: Do you have any funny prank stories from set?
JS: There are some times when we would throw some food at each other, but I didn't do any pranks myself. Brandon [Soo Hoo], the mischievous one, did plenty of stuff though.
TWIST: You just turned 16, so happy belated birthday!
JS: Thank you!
TWIST: Did you do anything special to celebrate?
JS: Yeah, I rented this really cool house in the Hollywood Hills. I had a bunch of my friends and family come over and had a pool party. We did a James Bond theme, so we had a poker tournament.
TWIST: How is Incredible Crew different than shows you've done in the past?
JS: The cool thing about Incredible Crew is that I'm able to be all these different characters, so I'm not the same character all the time. It allows me to try a bunch of different stuff and go in a lot of different directions, which is very cool for me.
TWIST: Do you have any other projects you want to let TWIST readers know about?
JS: Adventure Time is the other show that I do for Cartoon Network, I do the voice of Finn on that show. Incredible Crew is airing every Thursday at 8pm, so I've just been staying super-busy with those two projects!
TWIST: Thank you so much!
JS: Thank you!
Photo Courtesy of Jeremy Freeman