Margaux Poupard (pronounced Mar-gooooo Poooo-pard) is an award-winning comedy screenwriter and accomplished video producer based in the Bay Area.

Margaux began her freelance writer career at The Examiner as their SF Concerts Reviewer - which her ears have never fully recovered from - and has gone on to contribute to: Thrillist, The Bold Italic, 7x7, and KQED Pop.

She has won LA Comedy Festival’s Screenplay competition for Best Comedy TV Pilot, and Comedy Hack Day 7 at San Francisco’s SketchFest with her team, Well Deserved.

Margaux co-founded Ocelot Webworks, a full service, independent production company. Ocelot produced two successful web series, dozens of sketches and short videos. They were invited to present at the Digital Hollywood Content Summit.


Currently, Margaux is a freelance copywriter for ad agencies and ecommerce sites, and a sketch writer for San Francisco’s Killing My Lobster. She also hosts two podcasts, Shady Ladies: RuPaul’s Drag Race Review and We Were Rooting For You: America’s Next Top Model Review, and contributes to Gambit Magazine.

You can read her musing on Nic Cage's hair or her quest to find the perfect breakfast sandwich on Medium and Twitter.


Some of her other previous, miscellaneous freelance work includes: 
PBS docuseries Food Forward, 
Original Digital Entertainment Videos at Metacafe:  
Sony’s Bucky Larson: Born to be a Star  
Creator, writer, and post-supervisor of Metacafe original web show, Pause/Play
Margaux's debut rap album drops 2024.