Lizzie Logan is a writer and performer.
She was recently an assistant at Netflix’s The Break With Michelle Wolf. Her comedy writing has been published on Reductress, McSweeney’s, Above Average and The Huffington Post. She was previously a pop culture writer for Glamour magazine, and her reporting has appeared on Indiewire, Splitsider, Vulture and W.
She wrote and directed a romantic comedy feature called People People. The film premiered at the Ashland Independent Film Festival and went on to screen around the country, even winning Best Narrative Feature at the deadCenter Film Festival. Read an interview about her experience making the movie HERE.
She’s taken the improv, sketch and character curricula at UCB. She writes for the monthly sketch show Boogie Manja.
Originally from San Francisco, Lizzie graduated with a BFA in writing for television from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she won the department award for undergraduate half-hour television writing and delivered the student speech at the Tisch Salute.
She lives in New York, unless you need her somewhere else, in which case she lives wherever that is.