Jamie is an actor, comedian, improvisor, and writer, originally from South Jersey. She studied at The Peoples Improv Theater, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and Annoyance Theatre (NYC). She is a graduate of the Maggie Flanigan Studio conservatory program for acting (NYC), and graduated summa cum laude with a BS in psychology from Fordham University. Inspired by real things and imaginary things in her head, Jamie is also the writer and performer of character pieces. Her previous solo show, “I Just Disappear,” was showcased in the SOLOCOM Festival in NYC and the Boston Comedy Arts Festival.
“Cry Baby: My (Reluctant) Journey Into Motherhood,” is Jamie’s latest (and critically acclaimed!) solo show. Jamie and her show have been featured on LittleThings.com’s talkshow, The Daily Glow, Keith and the Girl Podcast (KATG.com), MomCaveTV.com (sponsored by WhoHaha and YouTube), and in The New York Times, Time Out New York (Critics’ Pick,) Parents Magazine, Metro NY, and Parade Magazine, to name a few!
She’s created content for sites such as Elite Daily, Well Rounded, and Parents. Her latest video “What Pregnancy is Really REALLY Like” has garnered over 1.9 million views and growing. She has also appeared in several national commercials, and in print ads with babies and stuff. Jamie is a performer and teacher at The Peoples Improv Theater, where she is also part of their artistic team, as Director of Improv. Visit Jamie’s site for more.