Mini Bio (1)
For seven years, Jessica Glassberg has contributed to the writing of Screen Actors Guild Awards where her jokes were featured on E!'s "The Soup," EntertainmentWeekly.com, and Hollywood.com. From 2010-2013, Jessica was the Coordinating Producer and writer of the holiday special, "A Hollywood Christmas Celebration at The Grove," syndicated with EXTRA and hosted by Mario Lopez. She has written for Disney XD's hit show, "Zeke and Luther," including one the network's highest rated episodes featuring skateboarding legend, Tony Hawk. For ten years, Jessica was the head writer of the nationally syndicated, 21-hour, Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon where she also performed five times. Jessica wrote and performed at a live event for Clorox called "The Last Comic Sitting" with host, Sherri Shepherd from ABC's "The View" and featuring comedian, Carol Leifer. Additionally, "The History of the Joke with Lewis Black" on the History Channel featured Jessica's comedic stylings.
Jessica has written, produced and starred in two one-woman shows, "Gotta Find Me a Future, Move Outta My Way," in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and "Most Likely To...?" at the Stella Adler Theater in Los Angeles, California. A monologue from "Most Likely To..." is set to be published in September 2014 as a part of a monologue compilation from Hal Leonard Applause Books. Jessica also polished the Universal Pictures script for "Sydney White," starring Amanda Bynes and she has done voice over work for the animated show, "Game Over" starring Lucy Liu. She has also been a contributor to the sites Kveller.com, a parenting website as well as Torquemag.io, a WordPress magazine where she puts her comedic spin on the online universe. A Long Islander who graduated with honors from Carnegie Mellon University, Jessica now calls Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.
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