Amy Albert is a comedian writer lady person who lives in LA with her husband, dog baby and human baby. She’s a sketch and musical comic who’s a member of sketch team The Mutiny, the longest running headliner mainstage team at iO West. They were the recipients of The Del Close Awards for Best Scripted Show, have been featured on Tosh.O, Comedy Central Stages, and are all around just a bunch of cuties.
Amy wrote and starred in her award winning one woman musical character show, Delilah Dix-America’s Showgirl, which toured all over the US and UK in theaters and festivals such as The Edinburgh Fringe, LA Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, LAFF Fest and ANT Fest at Ars Nova in New York where she was also given a residency. Amy is a seasoned improv performer who trained at UCB NYC and LA, iO West, and The PIT, where she was also a teacher. She has had the joy of being on many improv and musical improv teams on both coasts. Amy is also a proud member of The Story Pirates, a non profit children's theater company that turns stories written by kids into glorious musical comedy shows, and thinks it’s like, the best thing ever.
In 2015 Amy’s webseries, Assistance, won Outstanding Writing in a Comedy, Outstanding Comedy Series and Outstanding Ensemble in a Comedy at the LA Webfest. That same year she was also awarded Writer of the Year by The Buzzkill Magazine. She is a contributing writer for The After Party, The Calm Effect and Real Mom Daily and created and wrote a show for Awestruck TV. She has been featured on a bunch of tv shows and commercials and stuff, but isn’t going to list them because this bio is long enough already. Amy is also the proud owner of over 100 wigs, and doesn’t care who knows it.