Julia Mattison has appeared on Broadway (Godspell), television (Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The Late Show), and film (How To Be Single), and in a couple of yogurt commercials. She recently wrote, directed, and starred in her debut short film Stomach People, which was EP'd by Michael Showalter (The Big Sick, Wet Hot). She and her writing partner Noel Carey recently debuted their latest original comedy for Audible, called Is Anyone Alive Out There? at the Minetta Lane Theater in New York. A recording of the show will be available to stream on Audible in the very near future. If it is already streaming on Audible, this bio hasn't been updated in months. She is the co-creator and writer of the hit web series Brooklyn Sound, which was nominated for a 2017 Webby Award for Best Comedy, won the 2016 Streamy Award for Best Indie, and received multiple awards at the 2016 New York Television Festival, including a Development Deal with Comedy Central and a Best Actress win for Julia.
As a comedian, Julia recently starred opposite Darrell Hammond in the Funny Or Die sketch “Thoughts and Prayers,” in the Comedy Central web series Road To Hollygrove, and as a guest comedian on Doug Loves Movies. She's performed her original musical comedy on The Sweet Show with Seth Herzog (The Tonight Show), and has written and debuted multiple original shows in New York, at Joe’s Pub (Noel and Julia’s Wayward Brainchildren) and Feinstein’s/54 Below (Ruby Manger: A Farewell Engagement). She has co-written multiple musical commercials for Olay, including “I Can’t Wait To Wash My Face,” which has garnered millions of views online and aired on the MTV VMA’s. Recently, she and Noel wrote the one-night-only Olay Live! Musical starring Ana Gasteyer at New World Stages. After the show, Julia filled a cardboard box with free Olay products and took them all home, and now she gives them away like a skincare Santa Claus. She is the kind of person who is most likely to say “you too” after a hotel concierge says “enjoy your stay.”