Flo Vinger is an award winning Writer, Director, Editor and Actor. She has danced for musical artist like Michael Jackson, Radio Head and Styx. She also worked with comedy legend Joan Rivers on her reality series and on popular shows such as "Drew Carey's Improv-a-ganza", "Fear Factor", "Big Brother", "Battle for Ozzfest" (Ozzy Ozbourne) and "The Worlds Fair" (President Obama, Hilary Clinton).
Flo established Stretch Productions in 1998. With her production company she has Created and Executive Produced; "Sexuality the Documentary" an official selection in the Forward Motion Film Festival, "Charlie's Bitch Ass Hos" which won "Best Comedy Short" in the NYII Film Festival and multiple, viral sketch comedy bits like "Madonna Hung Up On Crack" (which made the evening news). Her sketch "Sweetest Orgasm" has over 3 million YouTube views. Flo's latest successful project is the edgy, on-line web series "LIPS" which Flo created, wrote, directed and starred in. It has been featured on popular websites like AfterEllen and OML, and has garnered a loyal following.
The show biz life for Flo Vinger began shakin' her groove thing on the underworld stages of hot clubs in her home city, New York. Her love for go-go dancing led to serious, extensive training at Alvin Aliey American Dance Theater, Martha Graham School and Broadway Dance Center where she soaked up intense tutelage from legends like Chris Chadman (Bob Fosse protégé/Guys & Dolls choreo.) and Mia Michaels. You will see her as the featured keyboard player in Michael Jackson's new music video "Behind The Mask" and Santa's Helper dancer in the "A Very Harold and Kumar Christmas" movie. She has Choreographed for Quincy Jones's "Vibe" TV and national touring events for companies like Wella. She was also featured in the visually stunning Radio Head's "Street Sprit" music video.
Comedy is a constant for Flo Vinger. With fantastic Groundlings teachers like Michael McDonald (Mad TV) and Mindy Sterling (Frau Farbissina, Austin Powers) and live performances at LA's Improv Olympics and UCB, the improv/comedy bug bit hard and has created a permanent rash. The off-the-cuff experience was put to good use as co-host for "G4's "Arena".
Flo Vinger has her sites set on being a powerful, creative force in creating, writing and directing original content for all creative mediums as well as the endless pursuit of perfection as an entertainer.
Currently, Flo is developing a live musical stage show and in pre-production for a new TV series.