Rob “Gronk” Gronkowski is a superstar NFL player and a Super Bowl champion who loves nothing better than a good Crashlete fail.
Gronkowski plays the NFL position of tight end on the New England Patriots. He was drafted in the second-round of the 2010 NFL Draft. In his first year as a professional football player, he broke the NFL record for tight end scoring and receiving, including single-season records for tight ends with the most receiving touchdowns (17), most total touchdowns (18), and most receiving yards (1,327). He is also the first tight end in NFL history to lead the league in receiving touchdowns for an entire season. He was nominated for the prestigious Madden Fantasy Football League cover in 2012.
Raised in Amherst, NY, Gronkowski played football, basketball and baseball at Williamsville North High School for the first three years. For his senior year, he moved to Pennsylvania and played for Woodland Hills High School. During his Junior and Senior years, Rob received various state honors for his plays on the field. He attended the University of Arizona for college, where he received numerous accolades for his illustrious college football career.
Gronkowski comes from a family of five boys and a rich family history entrenched in the sports world. His father, Gordon Gronkowski, was an offensive guard for 3 years on the Syracuse University football team. His great-grandfather, Ignatius, was a member of the 1924 U.S. Olympic cycling team. Gordie, Jr., the eldest brother, played baseball at Jacksonville University. In 2006, Gordie was drafted by the Anaheim Angels. His brother Dan currently plays for the Cleveland Browns and his other sibling, Chris, plays for the Indianapolis Colts. The youngest of the brothers, Glenn, currently attends Kansas State University where he also plays football.
Brandon Broady is an up-and-coming host and comedian with an eagle eye for the craziest sports bloopers.
Hailing from Silver Spring, MD., Broady has always been drawn to the world of entertainment and humoring others. He was named “Biggest Comedian” by the Senior Class at Springbrook High School, and upon graduating Towson University with degrees in Film and Acting, Broady became a radio personality at WPGC FM in Washington, D.C. In 2010, Broady decided to take his career to the next level and moved to Los Angeles, Calif. to pursue acting, comedy and videography. In just a few months, Broady gained the attention of popular sites such as Hot New Hip Hop, What The Funny, Skee TV, All Def Digital, and was cast as an anchor on Fuse News. Since then, Broady has toured with Donnell Rawlings (Chappelle’s Show), appeared on We Got Next and guest hosted numerous shows on BET including 106 & Park. In 2015, he became the host and story producer for BET’s The Xperiment.
In his pastime, Broady enjoys basketball, swimming, playing video games and making up song parodies.
Stevie Nelson is a young comedian and host who got her Crashletes start as a young tee-baller who took so long to hit the ball that they benched her.
Nelson was born in Hollywood, CA and raised in Palmdale, CA. She graduated from the University of California Santa Barbara with a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Sports Management before going on to complete the improvisation program at Upright Citizens Brigade, and performing at UCB and iO West in improv and scripted shows. Today, Stevie is an actor, artist and improviser living and working in Los Angeles, Calif., with the help of her two mini Dachshunds. She has appeared on New Girl, Mad Men and Scorpion, and co-hosted the popular web series, Let’s Talk About Something More Interesting.
Outside of acting and hosting, Nelson loves hiking, swimming, photography and playing the violin. She is a terrible cook, but best known for her honest and minimal approach to humor and deadpan ways.