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Unlike the palm trees, Stephanie Allynne is a Southern California native. She was uprooted and replanted in Buffalo, New York for some of her youth, where she first heard talk of hard work, sports, and misery. Stephanie is currently developing an hour drama at HBO, writes and appears on One Mississippi on Amazon, appears on Dream Corp LLC on Adult Swim, and Twin Peaks on Showtime. In 2018, Stephanie will be appearing in Jason Reitman's new film, Pacific Rim 2, HBO's Room 104, and on the third season of Netflix's LOVE. Stephanie has appeared in numerous films that have premiered at the Sundance Film Festival including; In A World, People Places Things, K.I.T., Gregory Go Boom, and the documentary Tig. She also appeared in, Donald and Jess, which was a SXSW official short film selection in 2015. Stephanie's past television credits include; Animals (HBO), The League (FX), The Mindy Project (FOX), Happy Endings (ABC), Maron (IFC), 2 Broke Girls (CBS), Kroll Show (Comedy Central), Up All Night (NBC), Key & Peele (Comedy Central), Birthday Boys (IFC), Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC), Bajillion Dollar Brokers (Seeso), and recurs as "Stephanie the P.A." on Comedy Bang! Bang! (IFC). As a house performer at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Stephanie performs regularly with Wild Horses, Last Day of School, ASSSSCAT, and was a member of the longest running harold team, Arts & Athletics. Stephanie's solo show, Urban Adjacent, had an extended run at the UCB Theatre, as well as her play, Library Cards, co-authored with Zoe Jarman. Stephanie has toured the country with Mr. Show: An Evening with Bob Odenkirk and David Cross, Drew Carey and The Midnight Show, UCB TourCo, and Wild Horses. She hosts the Wild Horses: The Perspective podcast alongside her Wild Horses pals, and has made several appearances on other comedy podcasts. Stephanie currently resides in Los Angeles.