Alex Song is a writer, actor, and comedian in New York and LA.
Alex has written for TV shows including NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, HBO's Night of Too Many Stars, and truTV's Comedy Knockout. Most recently, she relocated from New York to Los Angeles to write on a new show for Cartoon Network.
As an actor, Alex recently had a supporting role in Netflix's The Week Of, directed by Robert Smigel and starring Adam Sandler and Chris Rock. She has also appeared on Girl Code, The Chris Gethard Show, Funny or Die, IFC, Above Average, and more.
Alex can be seen performing live around New York and LA, most notably as a co-host/producer of the popular bicoastal monthly variety show, Asian AF, at the UCB Theatre NY and LA. She has studied improv and sketch at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre since 2012, and her other UCB credits include Harold Night, Maude Night, the UCB Touring Company, OSFUG, The Terry Withers Mysteries, Simon's Street, and Way Past Your Bedtime.
She is a proud alum of NYU sketch team Hammerkatz and improv team Dangerbox. Find her on Twitter and Instagram @alexsnog.