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Abbi Jacobson is a stand-up comedian, writer, actress, illustrator, and producer from the United States. Broad City (2014–2019), based on the web series of the same name, was co-created and co-starred in by her and Ilana Glazer and was shown on Comedy Central from 2014 to 2019.
Additionally, she voices Katie Mitchell in the upcoming animated feature film The Mitchells vs. the Machines (2021), Nya in The Lego Ninjago Movie (2017), and Princess Bean in the television series Disenchantment (2018–present), as well as appearing in the live-action films Person to Person (2017) and 6 Balloons (2018).
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United Talent Agency
9336 Civic Center Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3604
United Talent Agency
9336 Civic Center Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3604
Susan Komm is the mother of Abbi Jacobson. She identifies as Jewish. She grew up in Wayne, Pennsylvania, where she attended Valley Forge Middle School and Conestoga High School before moving to New York City. She received a B.F.A. in General Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in 2006, after studying fine arts and video production there for four years. During her time at MICA, she studied stand-up comedy with poet Jeremy Sigler for a year, and she also spent a short amount of time studying acting at Emerson College.
Jacobson noted in an interview conducted in April 2018 that she dates both men and women, but that “they have to be humorous and doing something they like.” Since October 2020, she has been in a relationship with Jodi Balfour, who is also her cousin. Following graduation from MICA, Jacobson relocated to New York City. It was at the Atlantic Theater Company and the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre that she first met Ilana Glazer, and it was there that she began taking acting classes.
While living in New York from 2009 to 2011, Jacobson and Glazer developed and acted in a web series dubbed Broad City, which was centered on their experiences in the Big Apple. It was nominated for an ECNY Award for Best Web Series for its work on the series. It was favorably received by reviewers and grew in popularity as a result of this. Broad City Live is a live production that Jacobson and Glazer played in at the Upright Citizens Brigade, where they transformed the series into a live act that they performed in.
Script commitments for the series were bought from Glazer and Jacobson in 2011 by the cable network FX, which collaborated with Amy Poehler as the show’s producer. However, the script was not approved by the network, and the decision was made not to continue with development. After that, Glazer and Jacobson contacted Comedy Central, which agreed to acquire the screenplay from FX and order a pilot for the network.
(1)Full Name: Abbi Jacobson
(2)Born: 1 February 1984
(3)Father: Alan Jacobson
(4)Mother: Susan Komm
(5)Siblings: Not Available
(6)Spouse: Not Available
(7)Occupation: Comedian, Writer, Actress, Illustrator
(8)Famous As: Broad City with Ilana Glazer
(9)Birth Sign: Aquarius
(11)Height: 5 feet 5 inches
(12)Religion: Not Available
(13)School: Not Available
(a) Maryland Institute College of Art, Main Building
(16)Hometown: Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States
(17)Address: Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States
(18)Hobbies: Acting, Singing
(19)Contact Number: (310) 273-6700
(20)Email ID: Not Available
(21)Facebook: Not Available
(22)Twitter: Not Available
Broad City made its broadcast television debut in January 2014 and was met with overwhelmingly positive reviews and high ratings, becoming Comedy Central’s highest-rated first season since 2012 among younger demographics, including adults 18–34, with an average audience of 1.2 million viewers.
It has garnered a great deal of positive feedback from both fans and reviewers alike. Review aggregation website Metacritic reported that season 1 earned “generally acceptable reviews,” awarding it a score of 75 out of 100 based on reviews from 14 reviewers. Season 2 garnered “generally favorable reviews,” according to Metacritic. “Deeply odd, bizarrely sweet, and utterly funny comedy,” according to Karen Valby of Entertainment Weekly, describes the program. The Wall Street Journal refers to the presentation as “Sneak Attack Feminism” because of its approach to feminism.
Abbi Jacobson, according to critic Megan Angelo, says, “If you watch one of our episodes, there isn’t a major message, but if you watch all of them, I believe they are empowering to women.” Carole Framke, writing for the A.V. Club, said that Broad City was “worth watching” despite the show’s “well-trodden concept,” and that the show is “remarkably self-possessed, even in its debut episode.” Growing up, Jacobson was a fan of bands like Phish, and she would frequently mimic her jam band devotion on the show Broad City.
A 96 percent “Certified Fresh” rating from Rotten Tomatoes, based on reviews from 23 reviewers, was given to the show’s first season, with the site’s consensus noting, “From its creative producers to its intelligent writing and terrific leads, Broad City possesses an extraordinarily good pedigree.” Broad City was awarded the second greatest television program of 2014 by the A.V. Club for its first season, according to the publication.
The program was renewed for a second season by Comedy Central in February of this year. With 89 out of 100 points from eight reviewers, season two garnered “universal acclaim” according to Metacritic, which awarded it an 89 out of 100 point rating. Rotten Tomatoes gave the second season a perfect score of 100 percent, based on reviews from 11 critics, with the site’s consensus saying: “Led by two of the funniest women on television, Broad City uses its stars’ vibrant chemistry to lend an element of authenticity to the show’s chaotic yet enlightened brand of comedy.”
The series was later revived for a third season, which debuted on February 17, 2016, after being renewed for a second season in January 2015. It was announced in January 2016 that the series will be renewed for a fourth season and a final, five seasons. A solo show called Welcome to Camp, written and performed by Jacobson in 2011 played in both New York and Los Angeles for a limited run.
The film Person to Person, written and directed by Dustin Guy Defa and starring Michael Cera and Phillip Baker Hall, was released in December 2015, and Jacobson was cast as the lead. Jacobson also had a role in The Lego Ninjago Movie, which was released on September 22nd of this year.
In 2016, she made her debut appearance on BoJack Horseman, in the episode “The Bojack Horseman Show,” in which she provided the voice of Emily. In 2017, Jacobson presented A Piece of Work, a ten-episode podcast on modern and contemporary art that was co-produced by The Museum of Modern Art and WNYC Studios and broadcast on WNYC Radio. She intends to return for a second season.
As of 2018, she is the voice of Princess Tiabeanie Mariabeanie de la Rochambeau Grunkwitz in Matt Groening’s Disenchantment, in which she portrays the titular character. Jacobson featured on an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm that aired in March 2020.
Jacobson will appear as Katie Mitchell in the Sony Pictures Animation feature The Mitchells vs. the Machines, which will be released in 2021. As a writer and producer, she is presently working on the forthcoming Amazon series A League of Their Own, which is based on the film of the same name, which will premiere in 2019.