Three Letter Crew is the world's first ever graffiti comedy group.  We drop a new original video every Wednesday.  

Rob Christensen is a stand up comedian, writer, and actor who was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY - when it was still dangerous. He now lives in Los Angeles, CA where he’s all about that salad life.  Rob’s unique humor is smart, self-reflective, spirited, and informed by his urban experiences back in Brooklyn as an illegal graffiti artist, freestyle rap battler, raver, hooligan and eventual U.S. Air Force Sergeant. Overall, Rob is generally known as a bad-ass ruffian, which does not preclude him from regularly cuddling with baby animals.

 

Rob had one of the best sets of his life taping THIS IS NOT HAPPENING for Comedy Central and one of the best weekends of his life taping ADAM DEVINE’S HOUSE PARTY for Comedy Central. He had one of the worst sets of his life taping LAST COMIC STANDING for NBC where Roseanne Barr (internet racist) told him, “I didn’t like you from the moment I saw you.”

Tony Serrano aka Modok was born and raised In Downtown LA’s Pico-Union District -where it is still very dangerous.  He has two decades of graffiti writing under his belt and has painted across the United States.  Modok was the LA bus graffiti king in the 90's.

As a teen, Modok noticed his illegal graffiti in music videos, movies, and TV shows.  He figured out how to get paid to paint for these productions and now his art can be seen on hit shows such as Comedy Central’s WORKAHOLICS, TBS’ ANGIE TRIBECA, Netflix’s WET HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, and YouTube Red’s RYAN HANSEN SOLVES CRIMES ON TV.  Modok has also worked with stars like Fergie, Johnny Depp, TI, Juicy J, and Justin Timberlake just to name a few.  Most recently, he designed LIL PUMP'S hit music video GUCCI GANG which has accumulated over 700 million views on Youtube and counting.

Adam Clark aka Nauty aka The Sauce Boss grew up as an action sports athlete in Las Vegas.  While rollerblading the streets of Vegas he first tagged with markers at skate spots. He moved to Los Angeles during high school where he continued to skate, film, and photograph, producing two nationally distributed skate videos. It was during a skate sesssion at Bronson Canyon that a friend pulled out a spray can and the rest is history.  He adopted the name Naut and formed a graffiti crew with his skater homies. 

 

Adam has worked as production designer on music videos and commercials as well as director and producer of short films. He has created graffiti-themed sets for BEYONCÉ, FERGIE, PEPSI, CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL, WORKAHOLICS, and ANGIE TRIBECA.  He's also the author of the book BILLBOARD BANDITS in which he indulged his fascination with graffiti and street art by showcasing artists that paint billboard advertisements. His passion for photography and documentation continues as the second volume is underway.