Carmen Angelica is a comedian originating from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She received a BFA at NYU Tisch School for Film and Television and moved to LA to pursue writing, directing and performing. Carmen has studied at UCB since 2007, studying in New York and LA. She performed on the UCB Harold team Nomi Malone and writes on the UCB Maude team Judith. She formerly wrote on the UCB Maude Team TUT, directed the UCB Maude team Baseball in addition to writing and directing for UCBcomedy Los Angeles Digital. Carmen can be seen in the indie comedy scene around LA and in the festival circuit with her teams Kanyay! West, Sing Sing and Second Pancake. Independently Carmen has been doing her solo show, Who Am I And What The Hell Am I Doing? (directed by Rebecca Drysdale) since January 2013 and has toured it around the country. You can see more of Carmen’s work on Cracked.com, SRSLY, and First Ave., Reductress and the UCB Show. If you want to see all her work in one place check out her website carmenangelica.com.
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