Allie Jennings is a writer, actor, director who graduated from USC. While in college she wrote and produced Janny Jelly, a web series satirizing children’s programming in what the Huffington Post called an “edgy subversion of a genre”. Also during college, she co-starred in the indie feature film, Once I Was a Beehive (a family-friendly camp movie), and starred in another, Crabs! (a horror-comedy). She also co-starred in the web series Dick Hopper: Private Eye (a comedic film noir).

Since graduating she’s written an award-winning comedic musical about menstrual equity called Keep Calm and Tampon that premiered at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival and went on to win multiple awards. She’s also sold a comedy web series that she co-created called Witches in LA to Comedy Central. Additionally, she’s play the character of Beth in the nationally released feature film Little Women

Currently, she perform weekly at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade as a member of the Harold team Joyride and writes monthly for her UCB sketch team Durango. She’s also directing a musical she’s written about abortion rights titled “Mike Pence’s Alien Butt Baby,” which has had a 3 month run of sold out shows at UCB. Additionally she’s currently a SemiFinalist in the 2020 ScreenCraft, 2020 Comedy Screenplay Competition, a SemiFinalist for The Scriptation Showcase Comedy Teleplay Competition, and a 2020 Page Awards QuarterFinalist.