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About Chicago Party Aunt
Diane Dunbrowski has been the life of the party in her beloved hometown since the 1980’s and has no plans on giving up the reins anytime soon. What she lacks in adulting skills, she makes up for with her heart of gold and stubbornly loyal determination to her family and friends. Still, it’s clear Diane needs to adapt to the rapidly changing world around her unless she wants to become a relic of the past like her favorite Spuds McKenzie poster. Luckily her favorite (and only) nephew, Daniel, defers going to college and decides to ditch the suburbs and live with his aunt in the big city. She is Daniel’s blue-collar fairy godmother, ready to show him a good time, and he is her guide through the often treacherous perils of modernity that is shifting beneath her on a daily basis. Inspired by the popular Twitter account, Chicago Party Aunt, the adult animated comedy follows Diane and Daniel as they navigate work, family, romance, and most of all, how to party their brains out in the best damn city in the world.
She’s all heart, and no filter. Chicago Party Aunt streams September 17, only on Netflix.
Cast: Lauren Ash, Rory O’Malley, RuPaul Charles, Jill Talley, Ike Barinholtz, Jon Barinholtz, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Katie Rich, Chris Witaske
Ash’s Diane Dunbrowski has always been and always will be the life of the party, even when the party has long since been over. Her complete lack of adulting is perfectly balanced by her heart of gold and desire to help others. A die-hard Chicago sports fan and general fan of Italian beef to be washed down with plenty of Malort and beer, Diane would do anything for her city and continues to live every day like it’s a 1980’s Styx tour bus.
O’Malley is Daniel. Daniel shocks his family when he opts to forgo Stanford for a “gap year” living in the city with his beloved Aunt Diane to find his own path and figure out what he wants to do with his life. Daniel is gay, and Diane is determined to be his working-class fairy godmother who helps bring him out of his shell while he takes on helping her navigate the waters of the increasingly socially complex world around her.
Charles voices Gideon. Gideon interrupts Diane’s easygoing work life by transforming their local barbershop into a bougie, New York-style salon called Borough. Gideon is a fish out of water in Chicago but with an attitude. He’s the new boss in town, and not even Diane can get in his way of striving for the top of the business world, though she sure knows how to make his life more difficult.
Talley is Bonnie. A buttoned-up, type-A control freak, Bonnie enjoys the finer things in life, having deserted the blue-collar neighborhood on the south side of Chicago where she and her older, carefree sister Diane were raised. As the mother of her precious Daniel, she struggles to loosen the reins while Daniel goes against the grain in his gap year. But make no mistake, there is nothing she would not do for her family.
Ike Barinholtz voices Mark, the milquetoast husband to the stern and uppity Bonnie, Mark is the sweetest, dorkiest, most unadventurous suburban white male, who thinks living on the edge would be staying up past 10 or maybe drinking a pop before bed.
Jon Barinholtz is Mikey. The son of Diane and Kurt, Mikey is the most gentle giant on the block. His stature could best be representative of the size of his heart. Caring and sweet, thoughtful, though not the brightest bulb, Mikey cares so much for both of his parents who may never get their acts together.
Randolph is Tina. Tina spends her days working alongside Zuzana, Gideon and Diane, when Diane actually comes to work. Tina brings the perfect amount of attitude to keep Diane in check. Responsible and smart, Tina is driven to keep her client list long and her side hustles booming.
Rich voices Zuzana. Straight off the boat from Poland, Zuzana has been working alongside Diane and Tina for a long time at the salon, offering some comic relief while injecting her very unique Polish spin on modern-Chicagoan scenarios. Her comparisons are unlike any other, and though so different from Tina and Diane, somehow they all work well together.
Witaske is Kurt. A hard-working TSA agent, Diane’s second-time ex-husband has had it with Diane and finally moved out and ended things supposedly for good. Kurt will always have a soft spot for his ex-wife.
Chicago Party Aunt is created by Chris Witaske, Jon Barinholtz, and Katie Rich. Witaske, Barinholtz, Rich, Ike Barinholtz and Dave Stassen, Will Gluck and Richie Schwartz, and Chris Prynoski, Antonio Canobbio, and Ben Kalina and Matt Craig serve as executive producers. Chicago Party Aunt is animated by Titmouse.