Sara Benincasa is a comedian, producer, and author based out of Los Angeles and New York City. She came out of New Jersey, though, and obtained a degree in Creative Writing at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina before moving to Texas to teach for the civil society program AmeriCorps. After that, Sara made her way into showbiz as a writer for outlets such as Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Jezebel, and MTV. Then she released several books, including "Real Artists Have Day Jobs: And Other Awesome Things They Don't Teach You in School" and "Agorafabulous!: Dispatches From My Bedroom," the latter of which she adapted as a pilot with famed screenwriter Diablo Cody. Most recently, Sara hosted and produced the series Well, This Isn't Normal. When she isn't writing or producing, this buxom beauty can be seen acting in comedy series like The Jim Gaffigan Show, as well as in short projects such as The Focus Group (2016) where she gets naked in front of said group (with an emphasis on "focus") to have her body evaluated. Sara doesn't have the traditional Hollywood figure but we give her mad props for showing it. It helps that such a body comes with a huge rack! Two years later, we saw part of that rack in an episode of Corporate when she appeared in her underwear. We don't know many writers who are willing to show their boobs on screen, so we hope she keeps it up. It'll keep our parts up.