Molly McCluskey is a NYC-based actor, improviser, comedian, writer, and model. She studied with Bill Esper at the William Esper Studio. She also studied improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade and The Peoples Improv Theater and is a proud member of the UCB Academy. Molly graduated from the University of Mary Washington, where she played for the women’s soccer team.
Molly began teaching in Shenzhen, China in 2010. She was the World Literature, Theatre, and PE teacher for the first high school in mainland China to offer an American high school diploma. She’s currently the chair of the junior board of Music for Autism, an organization that holds concerts for children with autism and their families.
Several projects Molly has worked on have featured at festivals around the world, including SXSW, LA Shorts, IOWF, Clexacon, Cleveland Film Festival, Rio Webfest, Short to the Point, Wicked Queer, Awareness Festival, and Bushwick Film Festival. She plays Mickie in the international hit web series “Queering,” which she is excited to announce is in the works to become a feature film. She performed with UCB’s Art House and Pure Comedy, and loves working on commercials, her stand-up, and the occasional modeling gig.