ANNIE STAMELL

Writer in Los Angeles, California

ANNIE STAMELL

Writer in Los Angeles, California

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Annie Stamell, aka Stamos, is a television writer/producer, pop culture blogger, and comedic storyteller based in Los Angeles.

Annie is a Co-Creator and Executive Producer of YouTube Red's upcoming comedy series Me And My Grandma. Before that she was an Executive Producer of FanTalk (The CW), a live interactive talk show created with tech startup Smiletime. She wrote How To Survive High School for MyLifeAsEva, which has accumulated upwards of 43 million views, making it YouTube's most-viewed short-form scripted series of 2015. She contributed to the third season of Funny Or Die's Billy on The Street (Fuse), was a staff writer on Dancing Fools (ABC Family) and the supervising producer and head writer of The Morning After (Hulu). She's also worked in TV development at Fox Television Studios and began her career as a Trend Forecaster (yes, that's a real job) specializing in digital and new media trends for The Intelligence Group at CAA.

Annie has written for an array of online publications including The New York Observer, The Huffington Post, Hello Giggles, and Modern Loss, among others. She occasionally performs at Upright Citizens Brigade and other comedy clubs in and around Los Angeles.

For regular updates on her hair color, her opinions on the Kardashians, or her unsolicited and unproven dating advice, you can follow her as "stamos" on Tumblr and as "stamell" on Snapchat and Instagram.

  • Education
    • BA in International Relations from Middlebury College, Class of 2006