I'm not staring. Those're just my eyes
Natasha Samreny is a third culture kid who traded in Mormon seminary for solo book clubs at the bar. Raised by recovering Catholics from different sides of the world, she aligns with anyone who treats garlic as a primary food group.
Samreny got her storytelling start in radio and her sweet codependent nature from too much church in her formative years. She's opened for Gina Brillon, Tony Gaud, Aldo Marachlian and John Poveromo. She trained at The Second City theatre in Chicago and has performed at The Laugh Factory, Improv, Boston Comedy Arts Festival, Latina Comedy Festival, and Edinburgh's Festival Fringe.