New York improviser: Jaime Morris

Jaime Morris

Jaime has studied improv and sketch comedy at The Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and the PIT, as well as independently with Rebecca Drysdale, Christina Gausas, Jodi Lennon and Rachel Dratch. She is a founding member of Uncle Fingers (Hard Candy at The Triple Crown, Extended Family With Uncle Fingers at the PIT Theater, 2011 Finalist of The Harrisburg Comedy Throwdown) and a proud member of the Hogwarts Improvisation Society (Upright Citizens Brigade Theater). Jaime has performed improv all over the Northeast and even taught in Harrisburg (glamorous!) and can currently be seen performing weekly at The Queens Secret Improv Theater and The Creek and Cave in LIC. She is also currently a writer for Ashcan Depot Productions, whose upcoming live-radio show will premiere this summer. Jaime holds a BFA in Creative Writing from the University of Central Florida and in her spare time, eats too much pizza and obsesses regularly over old episodes of the X-Files.