Los Angeles improviser: Debbie Lockhart

Debbie Lockhart

Debbie Lockhart's acting career began while she was in high school with roles as a Hot Box girl in "Guys & Dolls," and the preeminent tap dancer and ball walker in "No, No Nanette."

While attending U.C.S.B. she became a member of the nationally touring improvisation troupe, ComedySportz, Santa Barbara. She was a regular cast member with the team for four years until she moved to Los Angeles and studied with The Groundlings (Mindy Sterling and Mike McDonald... that's right!), UCB , LA TheatreSports. She is currently performing with the award-winning (L.A. Hot List's 2011 & 2012 #1 Troupe): the amazing, all-female improv group, Duchess Riot.

Debbie has been an international touring stand-up for over 10 years - headlining three overseas military tours and clubs and colleges throughout the United States and Canada. She's had starring roles in a number of independent films including, "Driving Bill Crazy," "One in Seven Million," and the web series, "The Break Room."