New York improviser: Billy Beyrer

Billy Beyrer

Billy Beyrer came of age in the quaint Long Island suburb of Islip. He's lived in NYC since summer of 2001 and is a proud Community College drop out.

The ex-Cinema Blend writer/critic turned actor/comedian has spent the past several years performing and touring all over the Eastern Seaboard with several long & short form teams. He can be seen regularly on the weekends from late March through mid November in the hit theatrical experience Accomplice: New York co-produced by Neil Patrick Harris.

Billy has appeared on Cringe Humor's The BJRadio Show, WWE Pay-Per-View, UPN, FX, Showtime, and Fox 5's Good Day New York. He's also written, starred, and produced several comedic shorts for The Mad Dog Tannenz, and took home the award for Best Comedy at the 2009 Thomson Avenue Film Festival for the short "Mime and Punishment".

Beyrer has trained at UCB under Betsy Stover, Gil Ozeri, Joe Wengert, Kevin Hines, Zach Woods, Doug Moe, Ryan Karels, Will Hines, Chelsea Clarke, Anthony King, and Brandon Gardener as well as the Magnet's Alex Marino & Mark Grenier.