Although Giulia Rozzi and  Margot Leitman spent four years at Ithaca College taking an array of sociological-feminist-sexuality classes, it wasn't until after graduation when they unexpectedly spent three hours in the bath tub of a Vegas hotel room gossiping about sex that they became best friends. 
And they haven't stopped talking since. 
With a combined resume which includes appearances on NBC, ABC, Vh1, Mtv, Comedy Central, AMC, ESPN, CNN, E!, various guest radio spots, and features in Glamour and Playgirl Magazine, Giulia and Margot easily blended their love of stories, silliness and sex to create Stripped Stories.
Named one of the best storytelling shows by TimeOut LA, this themed night of hilarious sex stories has been playing monthly to sold-out audiences since it first began in January 2007. With guests spanning from award winning comedians to regular folks who have never set foot on a stage, Stripped Stories pleases both critics and audience members alike.  Each month Giulia and Margot enable audience members to laugh at their own sexual misadventures via the brave guests who bare their souls on stage. With rave reviews from Time Out NY, The Village Voice, Nerve.com and many others, Stripped Stories has become a must see comedy event. The show has been honored with an ECNY nomination for Best Variety Show and was selected to be part of the prestigious NY Comedy Festival. Each show features a comedian, a non-comedian, and a musical act revealing hysterically honest stories about their sex lives plus an interactive jaw-dropping game of "never-have-I-ever" and an audience interview.
Giulia Rozzi
Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, actress and writer that was raised in Boston by two adorable Italian immigrants. Her very personal, blunt, and animated humor has earned her the honor of being a Moth GrandSLAM champion, a Boston Comedy Festival finalist, and a two-time ECNY Best Female Stand Up nominee. She is regularly seen on Vh1's The Greatest  and has appeared on Chelsea Lately, Playboy TV's Foursome: Walk Of Shame, MTV, TLC, The Artie Lange Show, Italio MTV, and starred in the independent film Party Like It's A Verb. Recently she taped an episode of Comedy Central's This Is Not Happening, that will air this winter. She is an alum of both Improv Olympic West and the Upright Citizens Brigade improv programs and written and performed two solo shows: Stupid Foreigners and Bad Bride (which is currently touring the US and UK). Giulia also co-hosts the long running sex and relationship themed storytelling show Stripped Stories with Margot Leitman in venues all over the US. As a writer, Giulia worked on the MTV series Girl Code and Silent Library (where one of her game ideas made Snooki vomit). She has also written for Playgirl, Esquire.com, BUST, NY Press, Glamour, XOJane, AOL, Lifetimetv, Hello Giggles, Gawker, Huffington Post, and more. Her essays appear in the books Mortified: Real Words Real People Real Pathetic (of which she was also an associate editor) and My Parents Were Awesome. Check out her bi-weekly show Dive Comedy with Brooke Van Poppelen at Freddy's Backroom in Brooklyn and thier web series Seeing Other People debuting in the fall of 2014.

Margot Leitman
Standing 5ft 6 by fourth grade, Margot developed a thick skin and a sharp sense of humor instead of learning how to play basketball. Measuring 5ft 10 today, Margot’s off beat, brutally honest, fearless comedy has earned her the title of Moth Grandslam Champion. However, Margot’s most prized accomplishment remains winning $1664 on “The Price is Right.” That was…until she won a car on “Let’s Make a Deal!“
Margot appeared regularly as various characters, including the cult favorite Gynoblast on “Late Night With Conan O’ Brien,” in addition to appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, VH1′s “Best Week Ever,” AMC, Comedy Central, MTV among others. She has appeared in about a dozen commercials including Lowe’s Hardware, Bertolli Frozen Dinners, and Mohegan Sun Casino.
She and Giulia Rozzi hosted the wildly popular, storytelling show “Stripped Stories” at its home base, the UCB Theatre. Now touring nationally, “Stripped Stories” was just voted “the best thing to do in Manhattan with your clothes on,” by the NY Press. A four time Moth Storyslam winner, Margot has been featured in Glamour Magazine,and has written online for the Lifetime Network, College Humor.com, EHow.com, the Frisky.com and in print for Playgirl Magazine and the NY Press. She is the co-writer of the made for TV movie “Cupid’s Bed and Breakfast,” airing soon on the Hallmark Channel. Her first book “Gawky, Tales of an Extra Long Awkward Phase,” released spring 2013 from Seal Press.
Her stories have been featured on the Moth Podcast, KCRW’s “Unfictional,” KCRW’s “Good Food,” and RISK among others.
Margot currently teaches storytelling through the UCB Theatre, IO West and various other clients.
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