Getting To Know: Erin Marie Nebel
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Whats your name?
Erin Marie Nebel
Which team or show are you on?
Where are you from?
How did you get into improv/sketch comedy?
I was working a quintessential NYC job with an unreasonable boss (i.e. Devil Wears Prada) and I needed something outside of work, sleeping, and crying in Battery Park on my lunch break. I wanted to return to my first love- acting, but I knew I didnt have time to read plays, memorize scenes, rehearse, etc. So I thought, improv you just show up right? I took a free intro class with Rick Andrews and laughed so hard that I used a computer in the Magnet office to sign up for a level one starting the next day I havent left since.
How long have you been performing/writing?
I have been doing improv for 3.5 years.
Who in all the world would be your ideal scene or writing partner?
Sir Ian McKellen or Lucille Ball
Who would you most like to impersonate or write for?
Lucille Ball / Zelda Fitzgerald / Annie Oakley / Slyvia Plath / Mary Wollstonecraft / Marilyn Monroe
What makes you laugh the hardest?
Describe the soundtrack to your life!
An original collaboration between John Williams, Bon Iver, Alabama Shakes, Florence Welch, James Vincent McMorrow, and Sia.
What's something you'd ask when meeting someone for the first time?
Did you know that studies show the greatest predictor of sexual satisfaction in a heterosexual marriage is the amount of male participation in domestic chores and that higher male involvement in traditionally female designated chores is more strongly correlated with greater reported sexual satisfaction?
Where can we find you on a Saturday night?
These days, watching The Great British Bakeoff. Other possibilities include volunteering as an advocate for survivors of sexual assault/domestic violence, working on a NYTimes crossword, or watching videos on youtube of unlikely animal friendships recent favorites include: wolves and bears, pigs and tigers, and hedgehogs and dogs.
What is your favorite movie quote?