Ginger is an improvisor, actor, writer, and director.
In television, Ginger is best known for her role as “Christy” on the Duplass Brothers’ critical darling ‘Togetherness,’ on HBO, and as Jim Jefferies’s frustrated and immature girlfriend “Peggy” in FX’s dark comedy ‘Legit.’ She will next be seen in the full season of Showtime’s ‘I’m Dying Up Here” written by David Flebotte and produced by Jim Carrey. Ginger was also the lead of ABC’s ‘Mixology,’ and TBS’s ‘Wrecked,’ as well as the host of Hulu’s comedic daily pop culture recap show ‘The Morning After,’ for which she also wrote. Other television credits include her recurring roles on Tad Quill’s Jane Lynch comedy ‘Angel from Hell’ for CBS, NBC’s ‘Trial and Error,’ and Comedy Central’s Key and Peele.
Ginger’s film debut was in Seth MacFarlane’s popular 2012 comedy ‘Ted.’ She will next be seen in Demetri Martin’s dramedy and Tribeca Film Festival Winner ‘Dean’ (opposite Demetri Martin and Gillian Jacobs), as well as the Henry Phillips’s ‘And Punching the Clown,’ (opposite J.K Simmons and Jim Jefferies). She made her directorial debut with the short film ‘Your Day’ starring herself and Jason Ritter, which she also wrote. It will be screened at the Conquest Film Festival, Chicago Feminist Film Festival and Florida Film Festival, which more to follow.
Ginger also sings and received B.A in Political Science/International Relations and a minor in Chinese from UC Santa Barbara before training at The Groundings and Second City Theaters. She can be seen performing live at various comedy venues in L.A.