Scott Courlander is a recent graduate of the University of Delaware, where he wrote and performed sketch and improv comedy with The Rubber Chickens. He's acted, written and directed for the Harrington Theatre Arts Company and E-52 Theatre Company in Delaware. He's studied sketch writing at the Second City Theatre in Chicago, and improvisation with teachers from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York. He's studied acting at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, and is currently studying acting with George Morrison and Mike Nichols at the New Actors Workshop in New York. Scott is one of the founders of the Delaware Improv and Sketch Comedy O'Festival (DISCO), and a founding member of The Situation Room. The sketch comedy show Smellin' Up the Den marks Scott's writing and performance debut at UCB. Scott also recently built two model battleships.


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