comedy central "a star is born” parody
Lived out my lifelong dream of being a pop star with vocal fry in this behind-the-scenes “A Star is Born” parody for Comedy Central. Yes I did wear the green crop top in 19° weather thank you very much. (489K+ views)
the dad “a star is born” parody
So nice we had to do it twice. Second ASIB parody brought to you by The Dad — a shot-for-shot trailer parody starring Dadley Cooper + Baby Gaga. If you’ve ever wanted to see me belt while giving birth, this is for you. (344K+ views)
THE NEW YORKER MOCKUMENTARY SKETCH - "MILLENNIAL HOARDERS"
Teamed up with The New Yorker and Cannibal Milkshake Comedy to raise awareness about a #serious issue #plaguing our #millennial generation.
(Special appearance by Kathryn Kates -- Seinfeld's ever-beloved "Babka Lady"!)
Tribeca film festival snapchat shorts finalist - "the Notebook Snapstory"
A parody of Nicholas Sparks' The Notebook shot entirely in Snapchat, as per Tribeca's "Snapchat Shorts" category requirements. Screened at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival!
Starring Jeff Ayars of Cannibal Milkshake Comedy as Ryan Gosling and myself as the lucky woman who gets to spend a day adventuring with him.
ifc comedy crib - "sport court"
Written by comedy aficionado Joe Schiappa (MTV, YouTube Red, Second City), Sport Court follows miscreant Judge David Linda (Chris Roberti - High Maintenance, Broad City) trying to run an ad hoc courtroom in the basement of the Hartford Ultradome. Had a great time with the whole IFC team - catch me as a horrible cheerleader in the second episode!
The new yorker MOckumentary sketch - "the startup to end all startups"
Worked with The New Yorker and Cannibal Milkshake Comedy on the most important video for the most important start-up that has ever been started up. Their product is dynamic, innovative, life-changing. I'm just here to do the voiceover.
The new yorker MOckumentary sketch - "we are cambridge analytica"
Lovely to work with The New Yorker and Cannibal Milkshake Comedy again on their new video as the face(s) of the tiny, little-known startup: Cambridge Analytica. Allow me to whisper you sweet British propaganist nothings.