A native of New York, college-aged Jaimie decided to move west in search of fresher avocados. While living out west, she had the opportunity to perform classics, including Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Tartuffe. She also performed for over 10 years with Some Assembly Required, one of the longest running short-form improv troupes in LA.
In 2015 she decided to pursue her passion for travel full time. She bought a one-way ticket and backpacked around the world. (Indonesia has HUGE avocados!) She eventually settled in Japan, where she taught English to children ages 3-11. She met her husband on a rooftop in Tokyo, and at the end of their work contracts, they moved back to New York, got married, and adopted the cutest old baby cat. For proof of cuteness, visit @PabloLovesSushi on the gram!
In 2020 she reunited with some improv peeps to create a new form of digital improv to bring laughs to viewers from the comfort of their homes. They were honored to receive the Selke Best Show Award at Pittsburgh Fringe and were nominated for Best Streaming Show of The Year at the Young-Howze Theatre Awards.