CARRIE SEIM, Instructor
Carrie is a Sunday Company alum and former teacher at The Groundlings comedy theatre in Los Angeles. She has appeared on Comedy Central’s Inside Amy Schumer and her comedic essay Outsourcing Love was recently optioned for a feature film.
Carrie was a staff writer for Nickelodeon’s Valentine’s Spectacular, Nickelodeon’s Summer Spectacular and Nickelodeon Sketch Live and was invited to perform her original show, Midwestern Wisdom, at the Comedy Central Stage in LA. (Warning: more bragging ahead!) She created, wrote and produced the animated parody series Bad Moms in Movie History for HGTV’s uLive and was a staff writer for MTV’s Charlamagne and Friends. She’s written features (on everything from tiaras to immigration policy) for The New York Times, NPR's UnFictional, The Atlantic, McSweeney’s, Architectural Digest and Cosmopolitan and serves as executive editor of ALEXA — the New York Post’s luxury magazine — after previous stints at National Geographic Television and the Sundance Film Institute. Carrie has appeared as a talking head on NBC’s Today show and E! TV, while her essays on awkwardness are featured in the book Mortified: Love is a Battlefield.