Deb Hiett hails from the Deep South by way of Brooklyn. Antaeus Theatre Company featured a reading of her newest play, Circle Forward as part of their “Lab Results” Reading Series 2022 in Los Angeles. They also commissioned her to create 90024: Westwood as part of their premiere season of Zip Code Audio Plays. South Dakota State University hosted a workshop reading of her play The Escape Thingy in 2022. Deb’s play, Miss Keller Has No Second Book, had its World Premiere at Gulfshore Playhouse (Naples, FL) in April 2018, and her comedy The Super Variety Match Bonus Round! premiered at Rogue Machine Theatre (L.A.) in November 2016. She has created and performed two well-reviewed one-woman shows (Dixon Place, NYC; and Second City, L.A.), and penned several award-winning monologues.

Her short film “Gratitude Jar Time Capsule” won awards at the 2020 Atlanta Comedy Film Festival and the 2021 Women’s Comedy Film Festival. Her short comedy film, Open House, won 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival/FunnyorDie’s “Make ‘Em LAFF” Showcase, Best Comedy Short at the 2015 Women in Comedy Festival Film Night, and Best Video Short at iOWest’s Funny Women LA Festival. A theater actress since her teens, Deb’s television appearances include “The Good Place,” “Barry,” “VEEP,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Documentary Now!” “Baskets,” “Parks and Recreation,” “Arrested Development,” “The Office,” and more.

Deb’s hit humor book about the great football rivalry “When Mommy Loves Bama and Daddy Loves Auburn” is available on Amazon. She’s a member of The Dramatists Guild, Antaeus Playwrights Lab, Actors Equity, and SAG-AFTRA.