Jodi Lennon

Jodi Lennon is an alumna of Chicago’s Second City, a member of The Annoyance Theatre, and a performer at iO. Jodi studied with Mick Napier, Martin deMaat, Del Close, David Pasquesi and others. As a member of The Annoyance Theatre, Lennon was a collaborator and performer in numerous plays and musicals including, Manson: The Musical, Co-Ed Prison Sluts and Screw Puppies. She then moved to New York City as a writer/performer in the Comedy Central sketch show Exit 57. Lennon then created and wrote Tame Show for The Burly Bear Network.

Lennon originated roles in the Obie award-winning and Aspen Comedy Festival One Woman Shoe and the Lincoln Center Festival’s Incident at Cobbler’s Knob, both by Amy and David Sedaris. She also played iconic characters in many Tweed Productions, fractured classic series, including Imitation of Life, Interiors, Night Mother, and A Raisin In The Sun just to name a few. Lennon has performed at the UCBT in such shows as Asssscat, Let’s Have A Ball, Lennon & McCartney Live, and The Goof Around Gang.

Jodi directed the documentary short, Marc Maron: The Voice of Something which is currently making the festival circuit. She also directed the one-man show, Fooling Around With Casey Jost.

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