Gab Bottoni is a comedian, writer, and award-winning 2016 Writing for Film & TV graduate of the University of the Arts trying to fart joke her way to the Emmy roundtable. As a NJ-native who loves Philly very much, Gab found her comedy legs in Philadelphia, and performed, wrote, and taught comedy & writing at the Philly Improv Theater (PHIT) for 5 years. She's traveled around the country and abroad performing improv comedy for fellow nerds, and there's almost nothing she loves more. Following graduation, she placed as a short-list finalist in two Sundance Institute screenwriting labs, including the Episodic Storytelling Lab and the YouTube New Voices lab, and was a semi-finalist in The 2017 Second City Sitcom Contest. Gab also worked as an associate producer and writer at local filmhouse, Lunchbox Communications, which got her her first IMDB writing credit for director Dafna Yachin's feature documentary, The Great Flip-Off. Independently, Gab co-wrote & created a TV pilot called "Dopamine" with fellow UArts graduate, Olivia Kram, which premiered November 2018. Refusing to accept that she's peaked, Gab now lives in LA, continuing to grind her way into the world of comedy television writing.