New York improviser: Matt Braunsdorf

Matt Braunsdorf

In the years since Matt Braunsdorf began studying Film and Theatre in 2003 he has appeared in countless short films and stage productions playing roles ranging from drunken grandmothers to bellybutton obsessed Russian mobsters. More recently he has made the jump to feature films making his debut as Ronnie America in the epic action/adventure entitled, "The Blood Grinder." Later this year he can be seen in eye-popping 3D in Wes Craven's "My Soul to Take" playing the prestigious role of Teen at Fire #10. Outside of the film world he began his improv training at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in 2010 and can be seen every fourth Thursday of the month at The Triple Crown as part of the improv team "Jeff Fahey is Tron." In the meantime you can earn some precious life advice from his friend, Jonathon Baisley, on YouTube.