“But what does this random chick sexually harassing me online bring to the table?” Good question, Zach Woods! After all, you’re on The Office and I am barely employed in an office.
Emily Spivey has an impressive comedy writing résumé that encompasses sketch (Saturday Night Live, Mad TV), animation (King of the Hill) and sitcoms (Parks and Recreation). Before that, she performed with The Groundlings, an improv company in Los Angeles, where she met Maya Rudolph who became her writing partner. After working with Rudolph at Saturday Night Live for nearly a decade, the two paired up again on Spivey’s new NBC series Up All Night.