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Lex Morales is an improvisor and stand up comedian based in southern California.  Lex is originally from Long Island, NY where he had a weekly radio show for 90.1 WUSB.  He trained with both the [[UCB Theater]] and [[Magnet Theater]] and was a founding member of the independent team [[Dwayne's Guest House]].  At the [[UCB]] he was a member of the [[Harold Team]] [[Beatrice]] where he notoriously brought out an audience member to join in a group game and hilarity did not ensue.  At the [[Magnet]] he was a member of house teams [[The Future]] and [[Junior Varsity]].
 
Lex Morales is an improvisor and stand up comedian based in southern California.  Lex is originally from Long Island, NY where he had a weekly radio show for 90.1 WUSB.  He trained with both the [[UCB Theater]] and [[Magnet Theater]] and was a founding member of the independent team [[Dwayne's Guest House]].  At the [[UCB]] he was a member of the [[Harold Team]] [[Beatrice]] where he notoriously brought out an audience member to join in a group game and hilarity did not ensue.  At the [[Magnet]] he was a member of house teams [[The Future]] and [[Junior Varsity]].
  
Lex co-wrote the sketch show Horny Bitches along with [[Bill Suter]] [[Greg Wilker]] and [[Jarret Berenstein]] which was directed by [[Armando Diaz]].  He also performed in the sketch show Overheard in NYC written by [[Jessie Spellmann]].
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Lex co-wrote the sketch show Horny Bitches along with [[Bill Suter]], [[Greg Wilker]] and [[Jarret Berenstein]] which was directed by [[Armando Diaz]].  He also performed in the sketch show Overheard in NYC written by [[Jessie Spellmann]].
  
 
He directed the shows Dinner with the Fergusons, a uniquely improvised show created by [[Frank Campanella]] and Lex is God, where he directed on stage and basically made some of his favorite improvisors ever do whatever the F*** he wanted them to do.
 
He directed the shows Dinner with the Fergusons, a uniquely improvised show created by [[Frank Campanella]] and Lex is God, where he directed on stage and basically made some of his favorite improvisors ever do whatever the F*** he wanted them to do.
  
 
You might have seen him on The Colbert Report, ESPN's Mayne Event, the short films The Decomposers and Finding Priya a Prom Date.
 
You might have seen him on The Colbert Report, ESPN's Mayne Event, the short films The Decomposers and Finding Priya a Prom Date.

Revision as of 15:01, 25 February 2012

Lex Morales is an improvisor and stand up comedian based in southern California. Lex is originally from Long Island, NY where he had a weekly radio show for 90.1 WUSB. He trained with both the UCB Theater and Magnet Theater and was a founding member of the independent team Dwayne's Guest House. At the UCB he was a member of the Harold Team Beatrice where he notoriously brought out an audience member to join in a group game and hilarity did not ensue. At the Magnet he was a member of house teams The Future and Junior Varsity.

Lex co-wrote the sketch show Horny Bitches along with Bill Suter, Greg Wilker and Jarret Berenstein which was directed by Armando Diaz. He also performed in the sketch show Overheard in NYC written by Jessie Spellmann.

He directed the shows Dinner with the Fergusons, a uniquely improvised show created by Frank Campanella and Lex is God, where he directed on stage and basically made some of his favorite improvisors ever do whatever the F*** he wanted them to do.

You might have seen him on The Colbert Report, ESPN's Mayne Event, the short films The Decomposers and Finding Priya a Prom Date.