Steven Slate performs long-form improv and sketch comedy all over NYC. He created and performed in the show 'True Hollywood Stories' with Big Tobacco (winners of UCB's first Indie Team Cage Match in 2006) and Director Bobby Moynihan at the UCB. With Death League Tea Party he brought the one-act monoscene show 'One Lump Or Two' to amazed audiences at the New York Frigid Fest under director Neil Casey. For the past 6 years (2009-2015) he has performed/written/co-hosted late night shows 'The Hipster Show', 'Underground Americana', and 'The Andy Rocco Show'. Some other notable appearances are UCB's 'One Night Stand', 'The Nights of Our Lives (a Time Out NY critics pick), and Cracked Out. Steven has directed videos for, the first real web soap opera EMPIRE The Series, which features several stars of daytime tv. He's also appeared in a few commercials, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, and a few episodes of adult swim's 'Fat Guy Stuck In Internet' playing various absurd internet inhabitants. He also worked in production for Fat Guy where he puppetteered a bearded clam and an anthropomorphic piece of shit. He's also performed on house improv teams at The Magnet Theater (2007-present). Hometown: Feeding Hills, Massachusetts


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