Leah Rudick is an actor, writer and comedian currently living in Los Angeles by way of New York by way of Cincinnati. She recently taped her first stand up special special “Everything is Fine!” available now on the streaming platform Seed & Spark. She is the co-creator/co-star of the critically acclaimed web series Made To Order (madetoorderseries.com) which has been featured on Marie Claire, New York Observer, and Indie Wire. She runs the monthly show “The Reunion” at Bar Lubitsch in West Hollywood as well as “All Time Favorite” at Gold Diggers. Recent festivals include SF Sketchfest, All Jane (Portland), and Flyover Fest (St. Louis).
She began performing comedy in NYC in 2006 with her sketch duo Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting (UCBT, Caroline's on Broadway, the PIT). Festivals include: Edinburgh Fringe, New York Sketchfest, Fringe Festival NYC, Los Angeles Comedy Festival, Charleston Comedy Festival, Ladies Are Funny Festival, East to Edinburgh at 59E59, Capital Fringe Festival in DC, Women in Comedy Festival, FRIGID New York and Out of Bounds. Her duo has been critics picks in Time Out New York, Washington Post, and Charleston City Paper. They were listed as one of the twenty-five funny people that should have their own television show by Complex Magazine.
Some favorite film credits include Chemical Cut (Official selection of Slamdance Film Fest), Jammed (Runaway Bandit Productions), and Prayer To a Vengeful God (Insurgent Pictures). TV credits include HBO’s hit High Maintenance and IFC’s Commuters. She is a founding member of Lifted Yoke Productions, and their indie feature, Sweet Parents, is currently on the festival circuit and has taken home top prizes at Brooklyn International Film Festival, Montreal World Film Festival and The Lower East Side Film Festival.