Improv Teacher

Kyle Tomlin is an actor, writer, comedian, improviser, and now teacher! He has spent the last four years in Chicago pursuing a BFA in Film and Television at DePaul University, including a concentration in Comedy Filmmaking through a hybrid program involving the Harold Ramis Film School and The Second City. Kyle is also a graduate of the prestigious Conservatory Program at the Second City, and has studied comedy and improv at The Second City’s locations in Chicago and Hollywood, The Groundlings, Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), The Annoyance Theatre, The Comedy Store, and The Laugh Factory Hollywood. He has also performed Stand-Up, Improv, and Sketch comedy at all the theaters listed above as well as many others, opening for comedians such as Bob Odenkirk, Anthony Jeselnik, and Amir K.

A LACHSA theatre student himself, he worked as an Intern at JASH, a comedy production company founded by Sarah Silverman, Reggie Watts, Michael Cera, comedy duo Tim and Eric, and producer Daniel Kellison. There he worked on a multitude of projects, including Norm Macdonald Live, a weekly podcast hosted by Norm Macdonald, the Comedy Central Series “The High Court”, and even assisted with the Emmy-Nominated special Sarah Silverman: A Speck of Dust. He’s also worked as a Production Assistant for Youtube’s Women in Comedy Initiative, the Slamdance Film Festival feature Funny Story, and New Line Cinema’s The Curse of La Llarona.

When he’s not teaching at Lachsa, Kyle works as a programmer for the Slamdance Film Festival, as well as an assistant for The Kyle Dunnigan Show. He also continues to perform comedy around Los Angeles. His passions lie in satire and the ability for comedy to make poignant social progress through that end.