BA #033: Stephanie Allynne

July 13, 2014 | 11:45 pm |

Improviser Stephanie Allynne Interview and Bio


You’re just a hideaway, you’re just a feeling. You let episode thirty-three’s heart escape, beyond the meaning! On the thirty-third Box Angeles actor / improviser Stephanie Allynne (Maron, In A World…) stops by Studio 309. She discusses moving a lot as a youth, how and why she dropped out of high school, her thoughts on the differences between the Groundlings & UCB, the idea behind her short ‘No Is A Full Sentence’ and more!


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The BA #033 Breakdown —
– Box rants the pointlessness of costumer credit card swipers.
– Drinking and rituals.
– Growing up around Southern California and Amherst, NY.
– Playing sports like basketball, softball at a high level as a youth and doing community theatre.
– Dropping out of high school after touring NYU.
– Starting improv classes at the Groundlings and UCB.
– Getting a youth agent, mascot camp and landing four national commercials her first year.
– The world of theatrical and favorite part of Los Angeles.
– Stephanie describes what she does in three words and gives her logline.
– Stephanie discusses who she enjoys to watch and who she’d like to work with.
– Stephanie’s favorite thing she has done and how she defines success.
– The thought behind ‘No Is A Full Sentence’, being honest with others and handling rejection.
– Closing line / sign-off.


Guest Beer — Karl Strauss, Pintail Pale Ale



For more Stephanie, check her out live at the Upright Citizens Brigade theatre and follow her on Twitter @stephallynne.

Mike ‘Box’ Elder is an aspiring actor. He hates that customers have to swipe their own credit cards. Follow him on Twitter @mikeboxelder.