Jessica Haymond is a writer and actor who performs regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles. Jessica created and directed the MTV series "Fast Food Heights" starring Nicole Byer and Alison Rich, which ran for two seasons. She also directed the UCB Comedy series "Mother Mary" starring Drew Tarver and Betsy Sodaro. Jessica has written various stage shows for UCBLA, including two about hostage situations. She knows her brand. Recently, Jessica's pilot with writing partner Ele Woods, Bad Business, went to the New York TV Festival. She has been in various national commercials, including spots for Google and Dunkin' Donuts. Some of her shows at UCB include Starpunch: UCB's Best of Showcase, Play-by-Play, Best of UCB Sketch, The XX Factor, Stoned Scenes, and more. You can also see her perform with her indie improv teams HUGS and Flyday Night. She studied Public Policy at USC and is a licensed attorney in California. She once wrote a joke that Beyoncé retweeted.