JOLIE LONDON GLICKMAN
is a graduate of NYU/Tisch School of the Arts and has studied long and short-form improvisation for nine years, including training at Uprights Citizens Brigrade.
Jolie's first full-length play, GIRLS WILL BE GIRLS, directed by Shira-Lee Shalit, premiered at FringeNYC with a sold out run and was chosen as FringeFave. Jolie also starred in the performance, along with 4 other talented young actors.
Most recently, Jolie won Best Supporting Actress for her work in the feature film Long Goodbye by Chris Vernale at the Red Dirt International Film Festival. And she is very excited to be the voice of "Pretzel" in animated Goldfish crackers commercials.
Jolie tweets under the alias @princess_labia, where she has over 18k Twitter followers. PAPER Magazine included her in their “Amazing Women to Follow on the Internet (and Always)” article and Mashable listed her in their “40 Times Ladies Ruled the World ” issue. People Magazine, the Today Show, MTV, Cosmopolitan, Buzzfeed, Women’s Health, and BBC have also written about Jolie’s social impact.