Drew DiFonzo Marks is the former Artistic Director of UCB Los Angeles. He is a frequent performer and has writen and directed several shows at the theatre. He is a longtime teacher and also a member of the Touring Company. 

He has been part of the UCB since 2003 and trained with Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, Matt Walsh and many others. His face can be seen popping up on HBO, Comedy Central, SpikeTV, and a handful of dumb commercials. He recieved his BFA in Acting from Emerson College. He performs every Thursday night in with his team Last Day of School in ‘The Txt Msg Show’.

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My first night in my new empty apartment 6 weeks ago in Hollywood, before curling up on a pile of dirty clothes to sleep for the night; I stumbled to my first show at the UCB Theater. I was lucky enough the theater let me stand by the entry way and even let me in to this sold out mystery show. It was LAST DAY OF SCHOOL and CONVOY. Nothing short of brilliant improv comedy. I was blown away and refuse to miss a show my entire time in L.A. But for the last 6 weeks I got to see Drew Difonzo Marks absolutely destroy with some unbelievable improvisation.

This guy is insanely talented, funny and incredibly entertaining. He’s moving to Amsterdam and I just saw his last show with the group and even though it’s been 6 weeks I felt it. I also saw him pop on stage during their “improv jam” with a bunch of amateurs and anyone in the audience who wanted to participate. You can tell he loves what he does and is an artist in his prime, so Drew Difonzo Marks you will be missed!


Drew DiFonzo Marks is the former Artistic Director of UCB Los Angeles. He is a frequent performer and has writen and directed several shows at the theatre. He is a longtime teacher and also a member of the Touring Company.
He has been part of the UCB since 2003 and trained with Matt Besser, Ian Roberts, Matt Walsh and many others. His face can be seen popping up on HBO, Comedy Central, SpikeTV, and a handful of dumb commercials. He recieved his BFA in Acting from Emerson College. He performs every Thursday night in with his team Last Day of School in ‘The Txt Msg Show’.
via the ucbtheater.com

My first night in my new empty apartment 6 weeks ago in Hollywood, before curling up on a pile of dirty clothes to sleep for the night; I stumbled to my first show at the UCB Theater. I was lucky enough the theater let me stand by the entry way and even let me in to this sold out mystery show. It was LAST DAY OF SCHOOL and CONVOY. Nothing short of brilliant improv comedy. I was blown away and refuse to miss a show my entire time in L.A. But for the last 6 weeks I got to see Drew Difonzo Marks absolutely destroy with some unbelievable improvisation.
This guy is insanely talented, funny and incredibly entertaining. He’s moving to Amsterdam and I just saw his last show with the group and even though it’s been 6 weeks I felt it. I also saw him pop on stage during their “improv jam” with a bunch of amateurs and anyone in the audience who wanted to participate. You can tell he loves what he does and is an artist in his prime, so Drew Difonzo Marks you will be missed!

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO KELSY ABBOTT! (@kelsyabbott)
Kelsy Abbott is an incredibly original animator, writer and comedian and in the top tier of human beings. She has a long history with Channel 101 and creates the most eloquent hyper-intellectual immature art in the Milky Way.
She is my favorite person on twitter. RT @kelsyabbott what do you think a plasma tv tastes like? ecto cooler? I bet it tastes like ecto cooler
She will write soul shatteringly hilarious blogs like this on her tumblr: http://kelsyabbott.tumblr.com/
On top of writing & producing absurdist short films like the one above she makes painfully hilarious animations online. Just visit her website: www.kelsyabbott.com
She’s also been a friend via the web before I moved to L.A and it’s surreal I get to hang out with her sometimes now that I’m out here. I’ve been really into her art for a while, so to you Kelsy Abbott I say continue your womanhood & be merry.

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