Steph is a writer and actress living in LA. Most recently, she has co-founded TheHotGoss.com, a comedic blog and newsletter focusing on current events. The Hot Goss has had sketches featured on Huffington Post and WhoHaHa. She also writes for the parody webseries Toni Lahren. She has written in the past for the CBS Diversity Showcase and currently performs at the Nerdist School Theater with house sketch team The Money Pit. While in NYC, she performed sketch and improv at both The Magnet Theater and The PIT. She’s performed/been featured at NYC Sketch Fest, Women in Comedy Festival, LA SketchFest, LA WebFest, and Chicago Improv Festival. She was part of the creative team that won Best Film at the New York 48 Hour Film Festival in 2011 with the short “Nanny Cam” (starring her nephew and niece!) and has since gone to help create several short films including the Runner Up for Best Film at the 2013 48 Hour Film Festival in Buffalo, NY.
Steph has appeared on One Life to Live, in the scripted pilot The Tenderloins (produced by the hilarious friends currently on TruTV’s Impractical Jokers), and in “Breaking the News” an NYTVF selection starring comedy greats Brian Stack and Dave Pasquesi.
She also hosts That’s My Story, Period! A storytelling podcast about, yup, menstruation.
She loves playing off-beat characters and is constantly finding new lives through sketch comedy. Coming from a large Cuban family, Steph has tons of real life inspiration. Did you know that she’s also won several dart plaques in NYC’s Dart league? She’ll shoot a bullseye for ya…if you ask nicely…
TubeFilter’s Indie Spotlight - Humor Me mentioned as an “under-the-radar” series to check out
Buffawood - Review of Tatanka Rises… – “well-acted character drama that’s pretty polished given the 48-Hour Time Fame.”
Confidence Project - FreshPair.com featured interview
Our Friends…Firecracker! - I’ve Got Munchies
La Voz - article about me in the Spanish language NJ newspaper La Voz
Big Quiz Thing - Featured alongside Broad City
Nanny Cam - Winner of the 2011 48 Hour Film Festival
Infinity - The Kingsman, Brooklyn College
And this last bit is for my Mom…hi Mom!