Molly Schreiber is a comedy writer, actor, and director. She has written for Call Me Kat (FOX) and Tooned Out (HBOMax). Raised in Boston, she studied acting at Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. After college she returned to Boston and performed in plays by Pulitzer Prize winners in beautiful 1000 seat theatres until she tripped and fell into doing comedy at Improv Asylum, a 200 seat club in the basement of a CVS. Shortly thereafter, she jumped ship to LA to do film and tv. As an actor, she has appeared in Westworld, Grey’s Anatomy, and Daddy’s Home 2 among others. She honed her comedy at The Comedy Store, The Groundlings and UCB and started writing and producing sketch comedy. She has garnered millions of views creating content for Funny or Die, McSweeney’s, Warner Bros. Records, music videos and podcasts. In 2018, she was selected for the Warner Brothers Writer's Workshop and as a Just For Laughs: New Face Creator (it was a good year for her). She also was a SoulCycle instructor for several years, which was... weird. Ask her about it.