Tig Notaro is a comedian, writer, radio contributor, and actress. Her humor is deadpan and observational, which is a deadly combination for success. She has been nominated for multiple Grammys and one Emmy and loves to find humor in everything, even if it’s dark.
She is honest and real with her audiences and has earned much praise for that throughout her career. If you get a chance, go see her comedy special “Happy to Be Here.”
Best known for playing the laughable and lovable narcissist Gina Linetti in “Brooklyn Nine-Nine,” Chelsea Peretti has also written for “Parks and Recreation” and "Saturday Night Live." She is a private person and likes to keep to herself.
That's probably why she eloped with her partner Jordan Peele when they decided to tie the knot. However, she still performs and writes regularly and loves making people laugh. Go check out her work, and you too will be rolling on the ground laughing!
Mindy got her first big break as a writer for the mega-hit show "The Office." Remember the iconic scene from where Michael freaks out and screams "NOOOOOO!" upon seeing Tobey? Yep, that's all from Mindy's brilliant brain. She also played Kelley Kapoor on the show where she made her hilarious debut with her on-again/off-again relationship with Ryan, played by co-star BJ Novak.
Since then, she has appeared on “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “40-Year-Old-Virgin,” and “Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian.” She has also created two shows, “The Mindy Project” and “Never Have I Ever” on Netflix, AND penned a (best-selling, we’ll have you know) book, “Why Not Me?” She is truly one of the funniest people on Earth, and if you haven't seen her work, go watch it immediately.
Whitney is a comedian, actress, writer, director, producer, and podcaster. But this wasn’t always so — initially, she went to The University of Pittsburgh in the pursuit of becoming a journalist. However, after graduating with her degree in journalism, she moved to LA and worked on MTV's “Punk’d.”
Since then, she has performed four comedy specials, created two shows, “2 Broke Girls” and “Whitney," and launched her podcast “Good for You” with her friend, comedian Benton Ray. She continues to push the boundaries of comedy and adds her own flair, which is unique and thought-provoking.
Leslie is an American comedian and actress. She started performing stand-up in college in 1987 and eventually moved to New York to hone her craft based on the advice from Mother Love and Dave Chappelle.
Through the ups and downs, she persisted and eventually landed a role on" Saturday Night Live" from 2014 to 2019. She became the oldest person to land a job on "Saturday Night Live" at the age of 47, but that didn't mean she didn't have a lot to give. She became a mainstay and made audiences laugh with her hilarious characters and sketches. Leslie became a global fan favorite when she provided comedic commentary for the Olympic games in 2018!