Guerrin Gardner is a writer and actor originally from Tallahassee, Florida. Film and TV acting credits include: Escape at Dannemora, Ray Donovan, Grey’s Anatomy, New Girl, Suburgatory, A to Z, Law and Order and God Bless America.
Sandy the Dandy and Charlie McGee, the modern vaudeville she co-wrote and also starred in, premiered at the NY International Fringe Festival and subsequently had a three year New York run. The show was a critic’s top pick in Time Out New York, A.V Club, and Backstage - amongst others. Her web series Where’s This Party? was a featured series on Funny or Die and a top pick by Paper Magazine. Guerrin has performed comedy, sketch and improv at UCB, The PIT, IO West, Caroline’s on Broadway and Comedy Central Stages. As a writer, she has contributed to Realsimple.com, Apartment Therapy, Very Short List and previously worked for Real Simple Magazine. She recently finished writing, producing and starring in the short film Michael Peterson (Palm Springs International Shortfest 2017, Remi Winner at Houston Shortfest 2017, Winner of Best Director at Los Angeles TV, Script & Film Festival 2017), the short film Chowchilla (Raindance 2019, Hollyshorts 2019, Calgary 2019), and is developing her first pilot script.
Guerrin lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two children.