Laura Grey is a writer and performer based in New York City. Most recently, she served as head writer on Comedy Central’s “Jordan Klepper Solves Guns” and debuted her series “Ex-Girlfiend,” which won the TruTV development award at the New York Television Fest. She co-created “Engaged” for UCB Comedy, “Faeries” for IFC, and “The Brothel,” featured on Funny or Die. Her pilot “House of Delta” (written with Megan Stein) was bought by Universal Cable Productions, and their pilot “Social Service” was a semi-finalist for the WGA’s Made in NY Writers Room competition. Her other work has been featured on Above Average, Go 90, Reductress, SXSW, Slamdance, and the Tribeca Film Festival. As an actron, she’s appeared opposite Amy Sedaris in “Seriously Distracted,” and as the weird receptionist or gender fluid stoner chick in a bunch of other stuff. Laura is an alum of The Second City Chicago, UCB’s Harold and Maude nights, and can occasionally be seen improvising in Mike Birbiglia’s Dream. Her sketch shows “Baggage” and “Crazy Bitch, Crazy Pussy” ran at UCB in NY and LA. She has a degree in poetry from Northwestern University and would very much like to sit with you and ponder death haiku.


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