Leila Cohan-Miccio's Videos

My name is Leila Cohan-Miccio. I'm a Los Angeles-based comedy writer, responsible for, among other things, the web comedy Vag Magazine and the sketch shows Pig: A Restaurant, The Bachelor: Romance, Roses, and Romance, and This Is About Smith. These are my videos. Check out more of my work here. Contact me through my agents, Erik Horine, Harley Copen, or Cullen Conly at ICM.

"How to Politely React to Your Friend’s Terrible Engagement"

Because sometimes, you can’t be honest.

Starring Karin Hammerberg, Morgan Grace Jarrett, Sasheer Zamata, and Bridget Araujo

Narration by Siobhan Thompson

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio

Directed and Edited by Matt Braunsdorf

Director of Photography: Andy Bond

Produced by Brandon Lisy and Tim Dunn

Sound by Sivija Ozols

— 11 months ago with 130 notes

"Manic Pixie Prostitute"

She’ll turn your life upside down with her whimsical joie de vivre.

Starring Veronica Osorio and Dan Hodapp

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio

Directed, Shot, and Edited by Adam Sacks

Sound by James Leggero

— 1 year ago with 177 notes

“Pizza’s Place”

Move over, cake, it’s pizza’s turn for reality stardom!

Starring Ben Rameaka

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio

Directed and graphics by Adam Sacks

Edited by Matt Braunsdorf

— 2 years ago

"CBS Knows Sex"

As raunchy shows like2 Broke GirlsandTwo and a Half Menclearly show, CBS definitely knows what sex is. CBS is not a virgin. What are you trying to imply?

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio

Directed and Edited by Brandon Lisy

Graphics by Adam Sacks

— 2 years ago with 1 note

"Belle"

Beauty and the Beast's Belle has a condescending song to share with the world! Performed by Stone Cold Fox at Maude Night at UCB on May 16, 2011.

Starring D’Arcy Carden, Brandon Scott Jones, Molly Lloyd, John Murray, Nate Smith, Fran Gillespie and Johnathan Fernandez

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio

Directed by Neil Casey

— 2 years ago with 27 notes

"Cult"

Amy is in love and ready to leave her cult, but the cult leader isn’t so sure about her choice of partner. Performed by Stone Cold Fox at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre on February 21, 2011

Starring Molly Lloyd, John Murray, Chris Kelly, and Brandon Scott Jones

Directed by Neil W. Casey

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio

— 3 years ago

Bjork’s New Year’s resolutions! Listen, Bjork has a lot of goals for 2011. Also, in Iceland, the new year starts January 18.

Starring Veronica Osorio

Written by Beth Appel, Leila Cohan-Miccio, and Brandon Gulya

— 3 years ago

Vag Magazine Episode 6, “Revelling/Reckoning”

In the Season One finale, tensions run high between Fennel, Sylvie, and Bethany at the Vag launch party and Jaybird makes Meghan an offer.

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio & Caitlin Tegart

Directed by Zach Neumeyer

Starring Kate McKinnon, Jocelyn Guest, Nicole Drespel, Sarah Claspell, Veronica Osorio, Morgan Grace Jarrett, and Leslie Meisel

Guest Starring Shannon O’Neill, Shannon Coffey, Melissa Gomez, and Laura Willcox

— 3 years ago

Vag Magazine Episode 5, “Living in Clip”

Sylvie and Fennel give modeling a try, Bethany mulls dating, and the Vag cover is revealed.

Written by Leila Cohan-Miccio & Caitlin Tegart

Directed by Zach Neumeyer

Starring Kate McKinnon, Jocelyn Guest, Nicole Drespel, Sarah Claspell, Veronica Osorio, Morgan Grace Jarrett, and Leslie Meisel

— 3 years ago

Vag Magazine Episode 4, “Feminist Sweepstakes”

The Vag staff is shocked to learn that cover celebrity Amaryllis Cross is also slated to appear on the cover of rival third-wave feminist magazine Cunt. Jaybird, the editor of Cunt and Bethany’s ex-girlfriend, comes to the Vag offices to sort things out.

Written by Caitlin Tegart & Leila Cohan-Miccio

Directed by Zach Neumeyer

Starring Kate McKinnon, Jocelyn Guest, Nicole Drespel, Sarah Claspell, Veronica Osorio, Morgan Grace Jarrett and Leslie Meisel

Guest Starring Shannon O’Neill, Shannon Coffey, Abbi Jacobson, and Laura Willcox

— 3 years ago