Mo Fry Pasic
MO FRY PASIC is a Brooklyn based comedian, writer, and actress. She's been called both "The World's First Emotional Genius" and "America's First Supermodel/Comedian". Her work has been featured in Funny or Die, Reductress.com, and a number of other flattering, yet not too-show-off-y publications.
After a STUNNING performance as the Witch in Madison West High School's performance of Into The Woods she went to Boston College to play volleyball. It was there she found comedy to be #1, quit volleyball, and began writing sketch for the comedy group "Hello...Shovelhead" and doing stand-up. Once she moved to New York, Mo trained at the Upright Citizen's Brigade, making it to their Advanced Study Improv Program, as well at the Annoyance Theater, and classes with Christian Capozzoli.
Currently, she and her creative partner make up the duo Pasic and Platt, in which they blend comedy and serious theatrical performance throughout a series of different scenarios. Their feature-length show Orgy was recently held at Union Hall, and their scenes are regularly featured in shows throughout the city.
You can often see Mo on New York public access show The Special Without Brett Davis playing various different - usually feminist and awesome - characters. She just finished a six-month run at the Annoyance Theater co-starring in USA_HACK; a 90's nostalgia play written by Daily Show writers and featuring characters and video appearances from Jordan Klepper, Ronnie Chieng, Roy Wood Jr., and Hasan Manhaj.
Mo is proud to create videos called All The Art We Are Going To Make with Betsy Kenney about and poking fun of the process.
She spends her nights incorporating whimsy and dance into her stand up throughout New York City. She was raised in Madison, WI and somehow manages to retain the day-one Midwestern wonder. Borderline, bothersome with her positivity!
Recently Mo played Carly Rae Jepson in Joel Kim Booster's show Joel Kim Booster Will Die Alone. She intends to have everyone energize for the better or worse by the time she leaves the stage. She's a party personified.