Bryan Lark

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Bryan Lark is a an improviser, comedy writer, director and instructor in the Metro Detroit area.


About

Bryan is an advertising copywriter by day and an actor, improviser and comedy writer by night. He is a resident cast member at Go Comedy! Improv Theater and a host of the Go Comedy! All-Star Showdown. He came through the program and later became a Main Stage Understudy at The Second City in Detroit.

Bryan appeared in Go Comedy's first original holiday show, "Miracle on 9 Mile Street", and has directed shows including "Son of The Maltese Falcon" and "Bro. Dude. Bro." Bryan teaches improv and sketch comedy writing at Go U when he’s not improvising and sketch comedy writing.

Bryan also won the Wilder "Best Kiss" award (with Garrett Fuller) for "To Catch A President".