Natasha Rothwell is a comedy performer, writer and director living and working in New York. This sometimes worries her mother. Natasha is a graduate of the University of Maryland theater program where she was a Creative and Performing Arts Scholar. She has performed at The Kennedy Center, Studio Theatre, Olney Theatre, and Arena Stage. After moving to New York, she studied at The Peoples Improv Theater where she won the NBC Universal Diversity Scholarship, and The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater where she was selected to perform at the Just for Laughs 2012: New Faces Characters Showcase in Montreal. Her parents cried. In addition to the Just for Laughs Festival she has been invited to perform at comedy festivals over the country: DC Comedy Festival, Chicago Improv Festival, Del Close Improv Festival, Toronto International Improv Festival, Charleston Comedy Festival, Philadelphia Improv Festival, DuoFest, Dirty South Improv Festival, Mid-Atlantic Improv Festival, and the Baltimore Improv Festival. Natasha is a regular at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and is currently a cast member of the Maude team (212), and performs with The Curfew. Previous UCB teams include: Dinner (Maude Night), Kinsey (Lloyd Night), Neighbor Boy (Maude Night), and Goodgirl (Harold Night). Other UCB Shows currently running at the theater include: Take it Personal: The Hip Hop Improv Show with Cipha Sounds, Couples Skate, The Lady Jam and Maravilla. Natasha is also a regular on TV Land's Best Night In and can be seen on season six of Nick Cannon's Wild 'N Out and as a correspondent for VH1's Top 20 Countdown with Jim Shearer. Natasha was selected for the 2014 NBC Diversity Scene Showcase. Website: For information regarding her upcoming feature film A Year and Change visit:

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