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Robyn Schall

Robyn Schall

If anyone had a path leading them to stand up comedy; its Robyn. Wearing leg braces like Forrest Gump as a child, illiterate to the age of 16 and at one point weighing 215lbs, Robyn was a walking sit-com. We use the word “walking” lightly... more of a wobble. After shedding the leg braces, learning how to somewhat read, and losing the weight, Robyn earned her BFA in acting at the University of Connecticut. After graduating, she realized that with her weight, dating, family and life journey she had some really funny stories to share; so she attempted stand up comedy. Immediately she knew this is where she belongs.

Robyn Schall is a regular in the New York comedy scene and an international headliner. She has headlined all across the county, sold out a six city headlining tour in Australia, performed for our troops in South Korea, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Kosovo and England. She has been on TV shows such as Gotham Live, Wendy Williams Show, Bethanny Show, Raising McCain, The Little Couple and The List. After appearing on four episodes of The List she was hired to be a writer for the sketch comedy show “Edge and Christian Show” on the WWE network. Robyn is most known for her 30 distinct and hilarious characters that she performs online. You can now see these wacky characters on her weekly web series called “Robyn is Crazy” on her Facebook Fanpage; Robyn Schall Comic.

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