JACKIE CLARKE is a writer, actor, and comedian who now calls Los Angeles home.
Currently, she writes for the NBC sitcom Undateable having spent the last two seasons writing for the cult-hit, Happy Endings. In addition, Jackie has served as story editor for VH1's Free Radio, writer/producer on Logo's Big Gay Sketch Show, and a contributing writer for Joan Rivers' Fashion Police on the E! Network. As an essayist, Jackie has written for "Time Out New York," "Playgirl" and Gawker. She also recently had one of her essays featured in "Worst Laid Plans," a book of not-so-sexy stories written by some of today's best humorists.
NPR's popular radio show, This American Life recently featured a story based on her life.
Jackie appears weekly at the UCB Theatre in Los Angeles with her improv group, "Death by Roo Roo." She is also co-creator and co-star of the long-running, and critically-acclaimed Showgirls: The Best Movie Ever Made Ever! Other stage shows include Jackie and Judy: Looking for Good Dick with Judy Greer, and The New Ugly, a three-part dark comedy. Jackie wrote and co-starred in both shows which played to packed houses at the UCB Theatre here in Los Angeles.