Eliot GlazerEliot is a performer at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, where he trained under Will Hines, Charlie Todd, Joe Wengert, and Bobby Moynihan Theater. He co-hosted and co-produced the variety show, High School Talent Show (2007-2010), with his sister, Ilana.
He continues to perform sketch and storytelling all over New York City, and is the co-creator of the web series, It Gets Betterish, which takes an irreverent look at what it means to be young, gay, and weird.
He is also the creator and star of the viral video, “Sh*t New Yorkers Say,” as well as “Eliot’s Sketch Pad,” a sketch comedy show on Above Average, the digital channel of Broadway Video. He published the book "My Parents Were Awesome" under Random House in 2011, based on his blog of the same name.
He has appeared on MTV, NBC, NPR, Fox News, ABC World News Tonight, BBC Radio, and Sirius Radio XM, as well as Blackbook, Redbook, Entertainment Weekly, and Wired Magazines. In 2012, he was named by OUT Magazine as one of the 100 most influential gay people of the year.