Valerie David graduated from the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. Her recent credits include Brenda in the musical comedy Johnny Infamous, Aunt Tessy in Mama's Boys, Denise in Reveal, Melissa in National Treasure, Cookie in Rumors and the volunteer in the Off-Broadway musical A Stoop on Orchard Street. Films: "How I Became that Jewish Guy", "Singles.com" and "Bridges and Tunnels." TV: Acura commercial and Comedy Central promo. Valerie has been performed her own material at the monthly Monologue and Madness at the Cornelia Cafe and is the national anthem singer for the New York City Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's Light the Night Walks. She has also performed improv/sketch comedy with Hanging Cow Productions in Who Killed Mama Souprano? and My Fat Geek Wedding, as well as the improv group, Red Tie Mafia. She also studies improv at the PIT and Upright Citizens Brigade (UCB). Valerie has been the co-writer on original shows including This Blows, Two-mur Humor: He's Malignant; She's Benign and Bring on a Man. A proud member of Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT) company, NYCPlaywrights, FACT Theatre company, SAG-AFTRA and AEA, Valerie David is also a volunteer for the Drama Desk Awards and Obie Awards.