Kristen Studard is an actor, comedian, and writer living in Los Angeles. She trained and performed at UCB, iO Chicago, Second City, and the Annoyance Theater.
In 2007, she won the 8-week comedy talent competition Impress These Apes by doing this. It was a strange, but very creative, time in her life.
Her 2010 solo show Small Victories: An Unflattering Vanity Project was Recommended by the Chicago Reader and featured in the TBS Just for Laughs Festival, San Francisco Sketchfest, The Comedy Central Stage at the Hudson, and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival.
The follow-up show It Could Be Worse: Everything’s Great and I Can’t Stop Crying was also featured in San Francisco Sketchfest and at the Comedy Central Stage at the Hudson.
Her web series Kristen Does Her Best screened at the LA Comedy Film Festival and the Moonfaze Feminist Film Festival. It can be viewed by clicking on that link. You should watch it.
Kristen debuted her new solo show Prolonged Eye Contact premieres at the Lyric Hyperion Theater in 2018. She performs stand-up, solo material, and improv around LA and at festivals across the country.