Zora is a first-generation Ugandan-American raised in Northern California (and hella proud). After graduating from Seattle Pacific University, Zora moved to LA and studied television writing at UCLA while going through the UCB program for improv and sketch before joining the Maude team, The New Deal. His half-hour comedy pilot, The HOA, was featured at the New York Television Festival and starred Cheri Oteri, Horatio Sanz, and Paula Poundstone. Zora’s other writing credits include Raven’s Home, Drunk History, Cracked, and the CBS Diversity Showcase. As an actor, he has appeared on TV shows such as Drunk History, Kroll Show, The Late Late Show with James Cordon, and he will be starring alongside Sarah Hyland, Tyler James Williams, and Wanda Sykes in the upcoming romantic comedy, The Wedding Year. As a storyteller, Zora was recently featured in an episode of This American Life. At UCB, you can see him perform as 1/3 of the freestyle rap improv group, DopeTown 3000.