Sarit Catz is that rare breed – a TRULY FUNNY GIRL COMIC. She has played numerous
comedy clubs including The Comic Strip, Stand-Up New York, Gotham Comedy Club, Comedy Cellar, New York Comedy Club, Boston
Comedy Club, Rascals Montclair, Palisades and West Orange, Jenkinson’s, Uncle Floyd’s, Yuk-Yuk's, Diva
Lounge and many, many, many, many others not worth mentioning. Sarit is performing in and producing the ongoing show
"GIRLS GONE FUNNY." She has won "CLASH OF THE COMICS" three times and was a semi-finalist in "THE
GREAT CANADIAN LAUGH-OFF" - and she's from New Jersey!!
Sarit began her comedy career in radio, creating,
writing and producing three award-winning comedy services for ABC Radio Networks and as well as other nationally syndicated
services. Her jokes, voices, song-parodies, fake commercials and other bits aired in every market in the nation on top stations
from New York’s Z-100 and WPLJ to LA’s KLOS.
After her success in radio, Sarit set out to conquer the
television world as a writer/producer. Her credits include Coach, Full House, Soul Man, Talk To Me, The Crew, Café
Americain, and Honey, I Shrunk The Kids. She has worked with top stars including Dan Aykroyd, John Goodman,
Valerie Bertinelli, Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick, Craig T. Nelson, John Stamos, Bob Saget, Anthony Clark, Peter Scolari,
and the Olsen Twins. Sarit created two original series, Girls’ Night for UPN and Click for Big Ticket
Television, a division of Spelling Entertainment.
TV pilot, "What She's Having," screened as part of the New York Television Festival, the industry's most prestigious
indie festival, and in the Big Apple Film Festival. Another project, "Comic Belief," is screening as
part of the NewFilmmakers Spring Screening Series and won the Windsor Prize for Arts in Film. Sarit's latest project,
"Marino's" is currently being pitched to studios and networks. On the festival circuit, "Marino's"
has already won the Indie Award of Merit, Honorable Mention at the L.A. Reel Film Festival, The Accolade Award, and the Garden
State Film Festival Home Grown Award.
In the feature film arena, Sarit wrote and sold options on two original screenplays
which are currently being marketed to studios by producers. She has won three (3) Writers’ Guild of America Awards and
was named a semi-finalist in the ScriptapaloozaTV screenwriting contest. Sarit also teaches sitcom writing at Columbia
University's Graduate Filmmaking Program, the People's Improv Theater and TV writing at The Learning Annex and the Screenwriting
That's me, Kimmy Gatewood (one
of my stars), my director Matthew C. Johnson, and (my other star) Canedy Knowles at the New York Television Festival with
"What She's Having," where we kicked butt! We didn't win but we totally should have.
I am teaching another Sitcom Writing Class at the P.I.T.
this summer. However, it is SOLD OUT. Don't despair, I will teach
another one and you should definitely get yourself on the wait list because, not to toot my own horn, but they always sell
out fast. Toot.
If you're interested,
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