Laura House has written on the Emmy-winning shows Mom and Samantha Who?, the BAFTA-winning Secret Life of Boys and others including Mtv's Loosely, Exactly, Nicole, The George Lopez Show and more. She's developed pilots for ABC with Barry Sonnenfeld and FX with Katey Sagal as well as a Nickelodeon sketch show. As an actress, she co-created and stars in Mtv's first scripted show, the cult-favorite, Austin Stories, appears in Where the Heart is with Natalie Portman and is nominated for a Broadway World Award for Best Featured Actress for her work as Jean in Good People. She is a headlining comedian who has performed on HBO, Comedy Central, NBC, and Louis CK named her as one of his favorite female comedians. Her personal essays are published in 3 books: True Tales of Lust and Love, Comedy Film Nerds Guide to the Movies, and The 5,000 Stages of Grief. She created a hit solo show called "How to Hate Yourself." Huffpo calls it "a riotous laughfest and a complete joy."