Sean Tiffin comes from a film production background in St. Louis, MO, where he produced comedy shorts for basically his whole life. Two-and-a-half years ago he moved to Chicago, where he’s been bouncing around the comedy scene, doing what he can. A graduate of the iO improv program and current student at the Annoyance, past stage credits include America’s Pastime (2018; improv) here at the Annoyance and The Great Big Show (2019; sketch) at the Second City. Jimmy Buffett’s Big Ol’ Easter Sunday Silver Screen Luau is significant for Sean in that it will unify his St. Louis film world and his Chicago comedy world in a very special way. His and Nick Tacony’s film “Ice Cream for Lunch,” the centerpiece of the Silver Screen Luau, recently won “Best of St. Louis” at the Benton Park Film Festival, and the two filmmakers look forward to bringing their masterpiece to a Chicago audience for the first time at the Annoyance. Sean is grateful for this opportunity to write about himself in the third person.