As a nationally touring comedian Heather Turman has performed in 20 US states and 75 cities. She has appeared on the FOX series "Laughs" and the SeedandSpark original "Everything Is Fine!" stand-up comedy special. She has also appeared at major festivals including RIOT LA!, SLO-fest and the Westside Showdown in LA where she was a top-finalist twice. Heather is also an award-winning writer, producer and actor. She sold her first feature-length screenplay "The Catch" to Principle Entertainment and then wrote and produced the feature film "Stuck" starring Joel McHale, Heather Matarazzo and SNL's Chris Redd. "Stuck" took home a plethora of awards on the festival circuit before securing global distribution. Prior to making her feature debut with "Stuck," she produced a handful of short films, including "Subdivision" with Larry Laboe (NBC's Ctrl and Fact Checkers Unit), and on the new media front Turman made a splash when she wrote, produced, directed and starred in the original series "Conversations with Future Stars" which was subsequently licensed by RevryTV. Additionally, Turman was a sketch writer for the 2015 CBS Diversity Showcase and her latest screenplay "Snapped" was a top-five finalist at the 2020 Portland Comedy Festival, an Official Selection at Script Summit, and a Semi-Finalist in Coverfly's Unique Voices Screenwriting Competition.