Liz Bolton grew up in Brooklyn back when regular people could afford to live there. Liz was a member of the Groundlings Sunday Company from 2006-2008, during which time she ate paper, dry humped audience members and attacked an Amy Winehouse impersonator. She spent the next several years performing at Boom Chicago in Amsterdam, where she did all of the above in really bad Dutch. Liz has performed improv and sketch comedy all over the world, including New York, Chicago, Brussels, Frankfurt and Dubai. (Ask her about Dubai; she has a lot of opinions. She also has a lot of opinions about semi-colons; maybe too many.) Liz has taught improvisation in English, French and Dutch, to everyone from five-year-olds to CFOs. She’s proud to be teaching at the Groundlings.