Wally Baram is a Mexican-Syrian stand-up comedian, writer, and actress who probably should have stayed in school.
After dropping out of an ivy college to pursue comedy full-time (since a degree in economics is an awfully expensive way to become a stand-up comedian), Wally has opened for Jeff Garlin, performed regularly at clubs and venues across the country, and produced and written for Brat (Digital & Hulu) and Snapchat Original shows (whatever that means).
She's currently a writer for HBO's BETTY
and FX's What We Do in the Shadows.
Her comedy brings a unique perspective on the strange banalities of entering the adult world as well as growing up with a strong multi-cultural/Mexican-Syrian identity.
Anyways, please help her figure out if dropping out was worth it. Really at a loss over here.