Lizzie Logan: Comedian, Writer & Filmmaker

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Bio:

Lizzie Logan was raised in San Francisco and moved to New York to attend Columbia before transferring to NYU where she earned a BFA in writing for television and was a member of the improv group Dangerbox. She was a pop culture writer for Glamour magazine and has contributed articles to Vulture, Flood, Cosmopolitan, Reductress, McSweeney’s and the Onion. She’s currently a writer for Boogie Mania, an independent sketch comedy program.

Lizzie wrote and directed a micro budget romantic comedy feature film, People People, starring Natalie Walker and David Rosenberg, which premiered at the Ashland Independent Film Festival in 2018 and won Best Narrative Feature at the deadCenter film festival. You can read her every waking thought by following her on twitter at @lizzzzzielogan (same handle on ig).

My Joke of the Day:

Most common Quarantine Activity:

Sleeping even later that normal, which is saying something, and going on walks for exercise and fresh air. There’s a tree-lined dirt walking path in my neighborhood that I didn’t know about before quarantine started. It feels like Narnia, it’s great.

Favorite Quarantine show/movie:

I’ve been loving Run on HBO, What We Do In The Shadows on FX, and I recently watched Sofia Coppola’s The Bling Ring two days in a row, not sure what that says about me.

Favorite Instagram accounts:

@bitch.rising - I don’t believe in astrology at all but these memes are funny and my friend Alyssa runs the account and she’s great.

@reductress - there’s this one picture of me looking out a window that’s been used a couple times and it cracks me up. I’m so sad, so deep.

@newyorkermag - for the cartoons

Favorite quarantine meal & drink:

I have two roommates, both of whom have gotten more into cooking lately, so I’ve gotten more into eating the food they cook (and not helping with the dishes at all). Recently one of them made thick-cut french fries with cheese on top. So good.

Most Questionable thing you’ve seen or heard recently..

I put a goofy 27-second video on twitter making a joke about JJ Abrams and an actor who was on Alias got so upset by it he made his own video telling me to go fuck myself. He took it down the next day.

First thing you’ll do once isolation is over...

With any luck, kiss a man.