Lizzy Cooperman is a comedian, actor, and writer who was named one of TimeOut LA's Comedians to Watch in 2018. She's appeared on Lights Out with David Spade, Comedy Central's Corporate, HBO's Crashing, and the new series Kirby Jenner on Quibi. Lizzy co-hosted the Gunpowder and Sky series That Detox Life and has written for several shows including Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, The Eric Andre Show, The Soup, The Dish and a show that only aired in the Ukraine and Germany called Naked and Funny.
She's consulted on Will From Home, Ryan Doesn't Know, TBD'sThe Link, and Kirby Jenner. She's appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, MTV, E! and everyone's favorite defunct fashion channel, The Style Network. Her damaged yet optimistic tarot-reading character, Mountain Schwartz, has been featured on Netflix Radio's What a Joke with Papa and Fortune, and on Super Deluxe and Funny Or Die. She also plays Marsha Tanley in the videos for Lord Huron's album Vide Noir.
She's headlined The New York Comedy Festival, HahaHarvest Fest, and has been featured at Bentzen Ball, Red Clay Comedy Festival, RIOT LA, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, JFL in Montreal and the Las Vegas Comedy Festival. Lizzy's also a poet whose work was recently published in Hotel Amerika.
She created an “avant-garde” film series on Instagram @avant_gram. And in 2018 she released her debut album, Organism, which has been featured on Sirius XM and is now available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and, lest we forget, Google Play.