Colin Elzie is a New York-based comedy writer, director, performer, and video editor. He currently writes for the Television show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?" and teaches sketch comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.
At the UCB Theatre, he wrote for the long-running sketch team Fambly. He also co-wrote and co-starred in the stage show The Honeymen Present: A Salute to Honey! along with co-writers and co-stars Ben Wietmarschen and Pat O'Brien. These three adult men also created the Channel 101 series My Dad the Girl Bike.
More: Colin has written, directed, performed, and/or edited for: UCB Sketch Cram, Cracked.com, BustedTees, Rooftop Comedy, PIX 11, and a number of very large corporations (Fortune 500, etc).
Why not send him an email? firstname.lastname@example.org
My Dad the Girl Bike (co-created, written, and directed with Pat O'Brien and Ben Wietmarschen)
The Rest of the Episodes are here.
Stuff for Cracked.com
Why The Worst PowerPoint Presentations Take Preparation
Why You Never Want A Gotham City Criminal On Your Crew
If Cereal Mascots Got Serious About Stealing Cereal
If Educational Kids Shows Were Honest
Cooking With Babelfish
The Inevitable Future of Parenting Reality TV Shows
And a humorous article about medicine with a hyperbolic title.
A Few Live Fambly Sketches
This one has yelling.
This one has doctors.
This one also has yelling. (Co-written with Pat O'Brien and Ben Wietmarschen)
All Fambly Credits