Madeline Walter is an actress, writer, and comedian living in Los Angeles (SAG). She grew up in New Jersey and went to college in North Carolina at UNC-Chapel Hill. After graduating, she moved to Los Angeles, where she started studying comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

You can catch her at UCB performing with her weekly house improv teams Search History and Cardinal Redbird and with her three-lady improv team, Cat Ladies. Her original solo show, “I’m Doing Great!” ran for 6 months at UCB and was performed at the Comedy Central Stage and the San Francisco Sketchfest. Madeline can be seen on episodes of Conan, Loosely Exactly Nicole, Weeds, Children's Hospital, The Birthday Boys, Comedy Bang! Bang!, Garfunkel and Oates, and The Defenders, as well as in many national commercials and videos for Funny or Die, College HumorAbove Average, Yahoo, and The Nerdist

Madeline has written original sketch for UCB Comedy's YouTube Channel, she co-created "Terror Twins," an original web series for The Nerdist, and most recently, her series "Textbook Adulthood," which she created, wrote, and stars in alongside Paul Welsh, won Best Short Form Comedy and the Pop TV Development Award at the New York Television Festival. Madeline's writing credits also include an original play (Mary Brigit Poppleton is Writing a Memoir) that was produced at the New York International Fringe Festival and in the Off-Broadway Fringe Encore Series. Her plays have also been produced at the Mixtape Festival in Hollywood and the Friend of Friends Night of Music and Theatre.

Madeline co-hosts the hypochondriac-comedy podcast "Definitely Dying," which Splitsider called "as probing as a Maron podcast, but doesn’t take itself as seriously (sorry, Maron)".

Click here for UCB Performer Page.