Melissa has a role in the movie Delirious.
Melissa is influenced by Carol Burnett, Meryl Streep, Gilda Radner, and her brother, Ben.
When Melissa was 6, she was voted MVP on her little league T-ball team. She received a trophy and a certificate to Chuck E' Cheese.
Melissa loves rest stops. She loves the smell, the food, the machines that flatten your penny and imprint the name of the state you're passing through for $5.00, and people who walk with a limp wearing t-shirts that have hilarious sayings.
Melissa has a rap video called "Startin' Out as an Intern".
In 2005, Melissa entered a film called "The Miss Education of Jenna Bush" into the New York International Fringe Festival.
Melissa first got into comedy when she was 7 and her parents were trying to watch Three's Company, she imitated Don Knotts and got to stay up a few extra hours.
Jamie Foxx and Carson Daly claimed Melissa "Best College Comedian".
Melissa lives with Winston Beigel, her co-writer and boyfriend.
Melissa's comedy skills include writing, stand-up, sketch, characters, improv, and celebrity impressions.
Melissa was a big fan of Designing Women as a child and would dress in her mother's business suits and pretend she was Suzanne Sugarbaker.
In 2005, Melissa won two awards,
"Outstanding Solo Show" and "TheaterMania's Audience Favorite Award".
Melissa has a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Acting from Marymount Manhattan College.
Melissa enjoys kickboxing, yoga, volleyball, baseball, reading, cooking, and biking.
Melissa has dirty blonde hair and blue eyes.
Melissa's height is 4'11" and she weighs 105 lbs.
Melissa: I don't really believe in regrets. I think everything happens as it should and everything is an opportunity to learn.