Patrick Waldo is a New York based writer and performer originally from Norfolk, Virginia. He has studied at UCB since 2006 under Anthony King, Will Hines, Doug Moe, Zach Woods, and many more. He performs regularly with his improv team Out of the Woods. From 2010-2011 he wrote the word "moustache" on the upper lips of models and actors in subway ads all over the city. His antics entertained commuters, but the NYPD was all "We're humorless," and after a three month investigation, arrested Patrick under felony counts of criminal mischief and graffiti. He tells a longer version of this story in his one-man show currently running at UCB, "Moustache Man: Confessions of a NYC Graffiti Artist." Previous UCB credits include "This is Not a Sketch Show: A Sketch Show." And no, he's not on Saturday Night Live yet, so you can stop asking, everyone from home.