Samantha enjoys making people laugh in small, dark rooms all around New York City, such as the UCB Theater, Magnet Theater and the Creek and the Cave. She wrote, produced and starred in her first show You Can Call Me Gen in 2009, and has been writing shameless vehicles for herself ever since. Samantha also does make-up, costume design, production design, and generally loves doing anything to help tell a good story. She put out an album of funny, awesome, slightly explicit pop songs with her band, Danger Pin, and also wrote a children's book about hoarding that her mother illustrated, entitled Marvin McGunk And All of His Junk, both of which are available for purchase online (shameless plug). Samantha performed with the indie improv team Risky Brisket, and wrestled in UCBNYs UCBW Cagematch shows and paperview specials as brooklyn gentrifier Lori Mer for multiple years, she forgets how many, giver her a break she just had a lot of mimosas at brunch. Samantha moved to Los Angeles in 2016. She currently performs musical comedy at venues around the city such as UCB, The Pack Theater and Flappers, and has been featured in the LA musical comedy festival and Packchella. She is also a writer and performer for The National Lampoon presents: The Final Edition podcast.