Sophia Kwong Myers

Sophia Kwong Myers

Sophia is a proud UT Longhorn with a double major in English and Spanish and a minor in Linguistics. She spent a year abroad in Argentina before graduating from Harvard Graduate School of Education with an EdM in International Education Policy. Apparently she likes to collect degrees, because she also graduated from the Dallas Comedy House Improv program in Fall 2014. 

Sophia has written and performed in sketch revues "The Black Parade" and "Virtually Reality" (made famous by the on-stage proposal from current hubby and troupemate, Clint Myers). She also moonlights as a storyteller in "Gettin' It," a Teaching Assistant for DCH, and a cast member in Family Friendly and Just Kidding: DFW.  

Sophia currently performs with Trust Fall 5 and Wilma.