05.22
2019

Comedy Bang Bang!

Well folks. I’ve done it. I made it on the Comedy Bang Bang podcast. Check it out! I come in after the second or third commercial break!

 

GUSH GUSH WARNING: And not only did I do it, I got to do it with a hugely and personally influential comedian, David Cross. To you he may just be the villain in the Alvin in the Chipmunks movie, but to me, he’s the man who’s comedy I ripped off for 4 and a half years straight (College). Y’all would have been so proud of me, pretending like it was totally normal and fine to be in the room with not one, but two people who made Mr. Show. I worked at Earwolf for just over 3 years and 4 years later, I finally accomplished this little dream of mine. Next step, accomplishing every other one. I won’t list them here but I will say they are listed somewhere. SPECIFICITY IS KEY!

05.17
2019

STILL Laugh-In: The Stars Celebrate is out on Netflix!

A few months ago I had the IMMENSE pleasure of scooting my boot around the Dolby stage behind some of my favorite comedians of all time to celebrate the OG classic LAUGH-IN…and now…the whole show is out on Netflix! Catch me wearing a red Ele-Woods sewn original and dancing behind greats like Lily Tomlin and Jo Anne Worley.

Here’s a trailer.

Decider says: STREAM IT.

AND HERE’S A SUPERCUT I MADE (in case you miss me in the real thing).

05.10
2019

American Princess trailer!

Can’t wait for you guys to see this amazing new show! I’m in a few episodes!

 

 

05.10
2019

Birdgirl is announced!

I am so excited to finally announce what my writing partner, Jessica Haymond, and I have been working on for the past few months: BIRDGIRL! A spinoff of Adult Swim’s classic “Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law”.  Check out the blurb from Variety below!

Birdgirl is my first time as a real ass writer in a room and wow, I had no idea I was going to like it so much. The room was so supportive and everyone was so funny. Here’s hoping you guys become devoted Birdgirl fans in 2020 and you keep me working and rich forever!!!!!

The world of Harvey Birdman is expanding.

Adult Swim has given a series order to “Birdgirl,” a spinoff of “Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law” with Paget Brewster set to lend her voice to the title character. Brewster previously voiced Birdgirl in the original series as well as the recent special “Harvey Birdman, Attorney General,” which aired on Adult Swim in October.

In the new series, after being named CEO of the world’s largest and most non-sensical corporation, Sebben & Sebben, Judy Ken Sebben (aka Birdgirl) has to find a way to maintain her work/superhero life balance. Through the halls of the company headquarters she assembles her Birdteam. By day, they try to drag the company into this century. By mid-afternoon, they usually end up having to break a lot of things to stop something bad that one of them may have helped cause.

The half-hour series was created and will be executive produced by ME Productions. Adult Swim’s Susan Shipsk will produce with Rich Ferguson-Hull directing. The series will be animated by Awesome, Inc.

11.24
2018

Mystery Solver is out now!

Last year I had the distinct pleasure of starring in the very funny, recently released, podcast created by the fine folks over at The Devastator, Mystery Solver!  It’s only three episodes long and boasts talents like Laura Silverman, Andrés du Bouchet and Jacob Wysocki. Check it out today on Campfire Media or wherever you get your podcasts!

Sunnie Huggs was the quirky host of “Mystery Loves Company,” a popular podcast where she investigated mysteries for her minor celebrity friends. But when her show gets canceled for going insanely over budget, Sunnie’s adorable world is turned upside down. Now she’s starting a new podcast to squeeze answers from her traitorous former co-workers, her beleaguered roommate, her loud landlord, her flaky horoscope writer, randos off Craigslist…Sunnie will annoy anyone and everyone to solve a mystery! Starring Ele Woods (The Good Place), featuring the voices of James Urbaniak (The Venture Bros), Andrés du Bouchet (Conan), and Laura Silverman (Bob’s Burgers).