Lee Russell

Lee RussellLee Russell is elated to be apart of Awkward Spaceship. A little bit more about this human, he has performed in festivals across the United States including the TBS Just For Laughs Festival, Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, Charleston Comedy Festival, San Francisco Comedy Festival, and the New York City Sketchfest. He hopes someday to make people laugh outside of the United States in person. Until then, Lee can be seen online in videos by Awkward Spaceship, LowCarbComedy, Long Pork, & in the short film Flat Feet. He is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory and i.O. Chicago (formerly The Improv Olympic). Lee can be seen in shows regularly around Chicago at The Annoyance Theater with Fire & Beer and Sacred Cow, at ComedySportz with Omega, at Laugh Out Loud Theater, and with Awkward Spaceship LIVE! at various theaters. Lee has also had the privilege of working with The Strawdog Theater in Chicago on Fail/Safe, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, and Robin Hood & Maid Marian in their Hugen Hall space.

At your own risk, you can follow some of his adventures on most social media platforms at @mrleerussell.

Videos: The Sphinx – Awkward Spaceship Live, Theme Song Confusion – Awkward Spaceship Live, Tang Dynasty – Awkward Spaceship Live, What ThunderCats is Really About, Catherine the Great – Awkward Spaceship Live, Paper Towels – Awkward Spaceship Live, Platinum Grill – Dentally Challenged, I Can’t Complain, Literal Crime Scene Detectives, Pure Gotham, The Mummy Meets Human Resources, If Computer Problems Were Real, Angry Birds Addicts Anonymous

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  1. Pingback: Review: Fail/Safe (Strawdog Theatre) | Chicago Theater Beat

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