One of the busiest people out there right now, Fortune has a bright future ahead of her. She is a writer, actor, and stand-up comedian. She started as a writer and panelist for “Chelsea Lately” and starred in “The Mindy Project” and “Champions” for Hulu and NBC, respectively.
Fortune has released a few comedy specials that have been met with critical acclaim. She has made me roll on the floor laughing, so if she is in a city near you, go check her out!
Jane is an American actress and comedian. Along with Gilda Raner, Jane's first big break was as an original cast member of "Saturday Night Live."
She went on to win back-to-back Emmy awards for her time on “Kate & Allie” and starred in the hit series “3rd Rock from the Sun.” She is a pioneer for women in the industry and has helped pave a road for women to excel in comedy.
She is one of the funniest people we've seen perform. She is an American actress and comedian from Phoenix, AZ, and is one of the best performers "Saturday Night Live" has ever had.
She starred on the show between 2012 and 2022 before starring in her own show, "Shrill," on Hulu. Aidy now voices Emmy on "Human Resources”, but she sure has several projects on the horizon. Check out her work, and you will be laughing right along!
Queen Latifah, also known as Dena Owens, is a rapper, singer, and actress. Her work has garnered her one Academy Award Nomination, one Golden Globe, one Grammy, a Primetime Emmy, and a BET Lifetime Achievement award. She is the first female hip-hop artist to get nominated for an Oscar and the first hip-hop artist to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
She has been and continues to be a trailblazer in the industry and one of the funniest people in the industry.
Margaret has done it all; stand-up, acting, music, advocacy, entrepreneurship, and artistry, to name a few. She has been performing stand-up since the age of 14 when she won a comedy contest to open for Jerry Seinfeld in the '90s. From there, she performed at colleges around the US and was named the "Campus Comedian of the Year."
Since then, she has appeared in film, toured for her comedy specials, and produced two music albums. She will continue to be a part of the social consciousness with her comedy and advocacy for Asian and LGBTQ+ communities and is one of the funniest women in comedy.