Jenni Mcintire

A professional member of SAK since 2010, Jenni has always enjoyed a flair for the dramatic and making people laugh. She satisfied her need for drama by acting in a few school plays and then joining a drama group in college at Purdue Christian Campus House that traveled doing sketches and plays and even Godspell, the musical. After moving to Orlando in 2001 and seeing several SAK performances, Jenni threw caution (and a script) to the wind and decided to try her hand at improv. Several classes and many years later, she is thrilled to be a part of the SAK ensemble. As well as performing at SAK, Jenni is a member of OFFSIDES Improv performing with this talented ensemble at many festivals including the Black Box Improv Festival, the Gainesville Improv Festival, the Miami Improv Festival, and the Orlando Improv Festival. At the moment, Jenni is performing her best improv at home with her husband raising their two children, Landon and Audrey. Jenni is married to Ryan, a great guy who always told her, "You're just as funny as those guys," and she believed him.

Quick Facts

Hometown: I grew up in Elwood, IN

Spirit Animal: I don't know if I have a spirit animal, but I have always thought turtles are pretty cute.

Comedic Inspiration: The ladies of the Carol Burnett show, Laverne & Shirley, The Golden Girls and Saturday Night Live.

Random Fact: I can juggle. Not very well.

Words of Wisdom: I'm with William W. Purkey on this one, “You've gotta dance like there's nobody watching..."