Zack Phillips is a writer and performer in New York.
Zack is head writer for video at Above Average's sports site, The Kicker, and he wrote the web series "Laurie" and "Red Autumn" for IFC and "Big Thick Ideas" for Above Average. He also plays a recurring role on the second season of Steven Soderbergh's The Knick. At UCB, Zack has performed and written for house improv, sketch, video and film teams for six years, and currently teaches sketch writing there. He sometimes writes content for corporate brands.
Other credits include: finalist for SeriesFest pilot script competition; staff writer for the Onion sports show GOOMF; co-writer, -performer, -creator in the UCB sketch show, "Fuck Nostalgia"; writer for TruTV’s Impractical Jokers; contributor to The Onion's clickbait parody Clickhole; staff writer for “Gary Saves the Graveyard” (award-winning pilot for the 2014 New York Television Festival); co-writer/co-star of “Good Dads” (2013 NYTVF sitcom pilot); head-writer for People.com web series “Waiting for Santa”; contributor, Onion's ONN videos; and author of 50-some other videos (here). His work has been mentioned fleetingly on Tosh, ESPN, Nerdist, Splitsider and elsewhere. Previously, Zack did comedy at Haverford College and in Washington DC, where he also worked as a print reporter. He foolishly thinks his Cincinnati Reds will be good in a couple years.