Winn is a bonafied comedienne, she lives and breathes comedy.
Winn first received public attention as the first baby born in Ft. Worth, TX in 1981 and has enjoyed entertaining audiences ever since. She got her start in comedy performing improv, stand-up and sketch around Ft. Worth, Dallas, Arlington and Austin. Winn has appeared in TV, films, and podcasts, and has also performed voice-over work in both English and Spanish.
Since graduating from the College of St. Catherine with a BA in Political Science, Winn has studied with some of the top improv talents from around the US. She completed training programs at both Dallas Comedy House and Four Day Weekend (Ft. Worth). Winn has also shared her passion for improv as a Teaching Assistant at Four Day Weekend and as a founding instructor of the improv program, Improv1st, at First United Methodist Church in Fort Worth.
Most recently, after her improv mentor, Frank Ford of Four Day Weekend published a book, "Happy Accidents," Winn was invited to lead a discussion group with Rev. Tom McDermott on a Lenten Study: "Happy Accidents - Improvisation and the Grace of God." Happily, she accepted and continued to share the gospel of improv with her community.
Amongst everything else, Winn is an avid traveler and collector of experiences, she channels her various (mis)adventures from living in Texas, New York, Minnesota, Alaska and Spain to create comedy about life, love, and looking for the positive.
Winn is currently studying at the legendary comedy theatre, Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB), in New York City.
My purpose is to bring you joy through my truth in comedy.
– Winn LaRue