Claire Titelman is an actor, writer and Andy Kaufman Award-nominated comedian based in L.A., recently named one of LA Weekly's "Eight L.A. Artists and Art-World Figures to Watch in 2016."
A roundtable regular on Chelsea Lately, Claire’s appeared on New Girl, Parks and Recreation, Wilfred, Veronica Mars and Cold Case, and recently booked a series regular role on TruTV's Shady Neighbors. She co-wrote an original series for Warner Bros.'s short-form studio Blue Ribbon Entertainment, and is currently developing a series based on her autobiographical solo show Filthy, which sold out its residency at experimental Los Angeles theater Machine Project.
Claire's performed stand-up at top national comedy festivals like Bridgetown and SF SketchFest, and her solo show, Lemons Are for Emergencies Only, received rave reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Her short story, “Casual Friday,” was published in the anthology True Tales of Lust and Love, and her play In Tubes was produced at HERE Arts in NYC.
Claire is a member of the Wet the Hippo collective (Best Comedy nominee at L.A. Fringe Festival), a graduate of Upright Citizens Brigade and received her B.A. from Bard College.
For a full list of credits, check out Claire Titelman's IMDb page.