Patrick Noth is an Emmy nominated comedian working in New York City. He began his comedy career studying at the Upright Citizen’s Brigade where he now teaches and performs regularly. Noth teaches improvisation and semi-scripted acting classes in New York City at Lee Strasberg Acting Studio and Upright Citizen’s Brigade. From teaching workshops at the Del Close Marathon in NYC to teaching international students in Berlin and the Philippines, Noth has a wealth of experience. He’s performed across the US and internationally and performs weekly on the Upright Citizen’s Brigade weekend team WOMEN AND MEN, the house team TAKE IT PERSONAL: The Hip Hop Improv Show, the musical improv team Baby Wants Candy, and the musical improv show SHAMILTON (an improvised rap/musical parody of Hamilton).
His television credits include appearances on Comedy Central, MTV, IFC, TV Land, NBC, Nickelodeon, and countless digital platforms. Similarly, writing credits include Comedy Central, MTV, Nickelodeon, and many digital platforms. Moving to New York as a teenager, he’s worked as a freestyle rapper, composer, music producer, but after studying improvisation, he become quickly hooked, rising through the ranks at UCB. Patrick is also a director and has worked for Comedy Central, many self-produced projects and the Gizmo ASP at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre. Patrick graduated from the City College of New York with a B.F.A in Music.