Allison Black is an actor, narrator, writer, singer and occasional hoofer tap dancer originally hailing from South Florida. Since moving to the Second City, she has performed in many productions at the Annoyance Theatre, iO Chicago and ComedySportz, as well as Second City's ETC and Donny's Skybox Theatre, The Athenaeum and Old Town School of Folk Music. Most recently, she was a Co-Star on NBC’s Chicago Med and has narrated two audiobooks for Audible, Tethered Duet and An Artists Eye on Murder: When the Pottery Breaks. Another project of which she is extremely proud is Salem: The Musical, which she co-wrote with the cast. Salem has had a recurring run at the Annoyance Theatre as well as was seen Fringe Festivals in Cincinnati and Washington, DC. You can also catch her in television commercials running in select markets around the country. If you want to see and hear her work, check out her website (www.allisonblack.com). She is quite thrilled to be part of the Improvised Jane Austen team. She is represented by Lily’s Talent. Allison shares her days with a delightfully silly pup, a cat who is in love with the dog, 3 rescued parakeets and one rescued husband.