When I was in middle school I joined an improv team with the Arizona Jewish Theater Company. I learned the basics of improv from Second City Alumni, and I also learned how lame my jokes were.

We worked on that.


Later I went on to do community theater around Arizona, and even performed at the Herberger. I took karate to harness my inner wax on wax off, and I learned archery, you know, before it was cool. 


When I was eleven I booked my first on camera role on a local teen show.


I continued my training in acting when I went to college. I spent half of my time training in performance, half of my time studying psychology, and in a fourth dimension I did internships. At 19 I auditioned and was accepted into the Groundlings. I once again learned how lame my jokes could be.

We worked on that.


Trying to finish up my double degree, I took a break with the Groundlings and completed my schooling in four years.

After college I interned with A Noise Within, where I was classically trained with the best team of actors and directors.


I performed improv and sketch with a wonderful group known as Duchess Riot, and am now currently co- producing a two woman show called "The K-Lo Sketch Show!" It is the longest running show at Open Space Theater on Fairfax, and we're very happy to call them our home.  


I am now back in school at the Upright Citizen's Brigade, and loving every minute of it. I frequently perform with a Harold team known as "Mystery Machine," where you would have gotten away with it if it weren't for us meddling kids!

I'm still working on those jokes. 


I love Sci-Fi, Video Games, Action, Poetry and Comedy. 


I’ve got a million interests, but none so near and dear to my heart as creating stories worth telling.


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When I was a kid you couldn’t keep me from jumping up and trying to fight the storm troopers when they came on screen. Every day was a new adventure, but the real fun began when I saw my sister in a Murder Mystery play at church. (We went to a pretty progressive church). That was when I realized that you could not only enjoy the story, but be apart of it as well.


I knew from that day on that this was all I wanted to do.