Erik Voss is a writer and performer living in Los Angeles. He is a writer for the comedy news website Splitsider. His short films and comedy pilots have made him a finalist in the Fox Comedy Script Contest in the 2013 New York TV Festival, the 2014 Austin Film Festival, and the 2014 Los Angeles Comedy Festival.
Erik is also a regular at the iO Theater in Hollywood, performing improv on the award-winning house team Wheelhouse and writing/performing on the house sketch team It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way. He also directs The Lottery at the theater and performs with the indie teams Herr Doktor, The Lab, and Linda Forman.
While studying journalism at the University of Florida, Erik was a humor columnist for the local newspaper and did all sorts of cool things with Theatre Strike Force, UF’s long-running improv team, including producing a comedy series called Oppie’s Friend, Gene. He produced the group’s 25-year anniversary event in September 2014.
If you’re interested in working with Erik or learning more, send him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or just follow him on Twitter and you’ll learn more than you need to know: @eavoss.
Erik loves doing improv so much that when you try to take a picture of him while he’s on stage, his fair skin glows blinding-white, so you can’t make out any of his features: