Ellie Devers


Ellie Devers is a writer/performer residing in Manhattan. She has performed her essays throughout New York City, most recently as part of the storytelling show Tale at the Three of Cups and the Say the Word series hosted by Beth Lapides and Greg Miller at the Knitting Factory. Her essays can also be found online at Hillary Carlip’s Fresh Yarn, “the online salon for personal essays.”

She has appeared Off-Broadway in her own one-woman show entitled My Mother’s Dead and I’m Not Feeling So Hot Myself, directed by Jack Cummings III of the Drama Desk and Obie Award-winning Transport Group.

Ellie was the creator, host, and writer for the TV show Pandora on Lifetime. She has been a channel host for fX as well as a journalist for CNN’s Café USA and King World’s American Journal. She has appeared in numerous TV shows, including Saturday Night Live, Law & Order, Ed, One Life to Live, All My Children, The Knights of Prosperity, and the Late Show with David Letterman.

Ellie is also a voice-over actress and her voice can be heard in commercials for Maybelline, McDonald’s, Canon, Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Tide, Progresso, Tampax, Canadian Club, and Jameson’s Whiskey.