Aug
10
Sat
Deon Cole @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 10 @ 7:30 pm
Deon Cole @ The Comedy Zone

Deon Cole is one of the most in-demand talents on the comedy scene. Not only is he currently a cast member on four hit TV shows, he has also appeared in several popular feature films, released multiple standup specials, and follows a non-stop tour schedule. Armed with a “comic authority born of undeniable charisma” (AV Club), Deon’s completely unique style and delivery have made him a wildly popular performer with fans and critics alike.

Deon plays the character of adjunct college professor “Charlie” on ABC’s hit series Black-ish. His role on the Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe Award winning show, now in its fourth season, is a favorite, with Vulture declaring “Deon Cole is a comedic genius,” AV Club naming him a “scene stealer,” and Variety offering “Cole reminds me of John Belushi, another performer who brought essential sweetness to his unpredictable characters, and who could make you laugh just by looking a certain way at another person on screen.” In January 2018 Deon brought the beloved “Charlie” to Freeform in the Black-ish spinoff series Grown-ish, with Variety declaring him “the hilarious secret weapon that “Black-ish” has deployed in many side-splitting workplace scenes.” The half-hour comedy, which Deon stars in alongside Black-ish breakout Yara Shahidi, is a contemporary take on the current issues facing both students and administrators in the world of higher education.

Deon also stars as “Det. Daniel “DJ” Tanner” on the TBS comedy Angie Tribeca. The popular show, created by Steve and Nancy Carell, also stars Rashida Jones and is currently in its fourth season. In addition to his three scripted shows, Deon host the game show Face Value currently airing on BET. The show, Executive Produced by Wanda Sykes, finally answers the age-old question, “Can you judge a book by its cover?” Face Value flips the script to award cash and prizes to contestants for correctly guessing facts about strangers from all walks of life – based solely on their appearance and a few personal details. As host, Deon humorously breaks down stereotypes, exposes prejudices, and celebrates the human spirit by highlighting the commonalities and differences among people of various backgrounds, races, religions, beliefs and life experiences.

In addition to Deon’s cast member status on four TV shows, Deon will appear in the Whitney Cummings directed film The Female Brian. Fellow castmembers of the much-anticipated feature include Toby Kebbell, Beanie Feldstein, Cecily Strong, Sofia Vergara, Blake Griffin, Lucy Punch, and James Marsden. He has also been featured on several other comedy fan-favorite series including Benched (USA), The League (FX), and Wild N’ Out with Nick Cannon (MTV). He hosted his own series Deon Cole’s Black Box on TBS in 2013, and he is a familiar face on the latenight and daytime circuits, with multiple appearances on Conan (TBS), @midnight (Comedy Central), Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC), The Talk (CBS), and The Real (BET). Deon earned his first Writers Guild Award Nomination and his first Emmy Nomination for “Writing for A Variety, Music or Comedy Program” in 2010 as part of the writing staff on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC). He earned his second Emmy Nomination in 2011 for his work with the writers of CONAN (TBS) and he wrote for Conan O’Brien when he hosted the 2013 White House Correspondents Dinner. Most recently, Deon received a 2017 NAACP Image Award Nomination for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series” for his work on Black-ish and was featured as a presenter at the 2017 BET Awards.

In June 2016, Deon’s first hour standup special Cole Blooded Seminar premiered on Comedy Central. His half hour special premiered on Netflix’s The Standups on July 4th, 2017. His standup comedy has also been featured on Shaq’s All Star Comedy Jam (Showtime), John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show (Comedy Central), and Laffapalooza (Comedy Central), along with his own Comedy Central Presents: Deon Cole. On the big screen, Deon was seen in all three movies in the wildly popular Barbershop feature film franchise, and he will appear alongside Sofía Vergara, Alysia Reiner, and Chris D’Elia in the feature The Female Brian directed by Whitney Cummings.

Deon performs standup to sold out audiences at venues across the country. He is originally from the south side of Chicago and currently lives in Los Angeles.

Deon Cole @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 10 @ 10:00 pm
Deon Cole @ The Comedy Zone

Deon Cole is one of the most in-demand talents on the comedy scene. Not only is he currently a cast member on four hit TV shows, he has also appeared in several popular feature films, released multiple standup specials, and follows a non-stop tour schedule. Armed with a “comic authority born of undeniable charisma” (AV Club), Deon’s completely unique style and delivery have made him a wildly popular performer with fans and critics alike.

Deon plays the character of adjunct college professor “Charlie” on ABC’s hit series Black-ish. His role on the Emmy-nominated and Golden Globe Award winning show, now in its fourth season, is a favorite, with Vulture declaring “Deon Cole is a comedic genius,” AV Club naming him a “scene stealer,” and Variety offering “Cole reminds me of John Belushi, another performer who brought essential sweetness to his unpredictable characters, and who could make you laugh just by looking a certain way at another person on screen.” In January 2018 Deon brought the beloved “Charlie” to Freeform in the Black-ish spinoff series Grown-ish, with Variety declaring him “the hilarious secret weapon that “Black-ish” has deployed in many side-splitting workplace scenes.” The half-hour comedy, which Deon stars in alongside Black-ish breakout Yara Shahidi, is a contemporary take on the current issues facing both students and administrators in the world of higher education.

Deon also stars as “Det. Daniel “DJ” Tanner” on the TBS comedy Angie Tribeca. The popular show, created by Steve and Nancy Carell, also stars Rashida Jones and is currently in its fourth season. In addition to his three scripted shows, Deon host the game show Face Value currently airing on BET. The show, Executive Produced by Wanda Sykes, finally answers the age-old question, “Can you judge a book by its cover?” Face Value flips the script to award cash and prizes to contestants for correctly guessing facts about strangers from all walks of life – based solely on their appearance and a few personal details. As host, Deon humorously breaks down stereotypes, exposes prejudices, and celebrates the human spirit by highlighting the commonalities and differences among people of various backgrounds, races, religions, beliefs and life experiences.

In addition to Deon’s cast member status on four TV shows, Deon will appear in the Whitney Cummings directed film The Female Brian. Fellow castmembers of the much-anticipated feature include Toby Kebbell, Beanie Feldstein, Cecily Strong, Sofia Vergara, Blake Griffin, Lucy Punch, and James Marsden. He has also been featured on several other comedy fan-favorite series including Benched (USA), The League (FX), and Wild N’ Out with Nick Cannon (MTV). He hosted his own series Deon Cole’s Black Box on TBS in 2013, and he is a familiar face on the latenight and daytime circuits, with multiple appearances on Conan (TBS), @midnight (Comedy Central), Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC), The Talk (CBS), and The Real (BET). Deon earned his first Writers Guild Award Nomination and his first Emmy Nomination for “Writing for A Variety, Music or Comedy Program” in 2010 as part of the writing staff on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC). He earned his second Emmy Nomination in 2011 for his work with the writers of CONAN (TBS) and he wrote for Conan O’Brien when he hosted the 2013 White House Correspondents Dinner. Most recently, Deon received a 2017 NAACP Image Award Nomination for “Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series” for his work on Black-ish and was featured as a presenter at the 2017 BET Awards.

In June 2016, Deon’s first hour standup special Cole Blooded Seminar premiered on Comedy Central. His half hour special premiered on Netflix’s The Standups on July 4th, 2017. His standup comedy has also been featured on Shaq’s All Star Comedy Jam (Showtime), John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show (Comedy Central), and Laffapalooza (Comedy Central), along with his own Comedy Central Presents: Deon Cole. On the big screen, Deon was seen in all three movies in the wildly popular Barbershop feature film franchise, and he will appear alongside Sofía Vergara, Alysia Reiner, and Chris D’Elia in the feature The Female Brian directed by Whitney Cummings.

Deon performs standup to sold out audiences at venues across the country. He is originally from the south side of Chicago and currently lives in Los Angeles.

Aug
13
Tue
LOL Comedy Night with Kelly Heatwole @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm
LOL Comedy Night with Kelly Heatwole @ The Comedy Zone

Join us for our Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night with tonight’s headliner, Kelly Heatwole.

Aug
14
Wed
LOL Comedy Night with Sid Porter @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 14 @ 7:30 pm
LOL Comedy Night with Sid Porter @ The Comedy Zone

Join us for our Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night with tonight’s headliner, Sid Porter.

Aug
15
Thu
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 15 @ 7:30 pm
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone

Mark Curry’s first role was in the film Talkin’ Dirty After Dark, alongside Martin Lawrence in 1991. In 1992, Curry’s first major role was on television series Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, where he played the lead role of Mark Cooper, an NBA player-turned-substitute teacher/gym coach.

Curry appeared in a few episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show, Living Single in 1994 and Martin in 1997, and minor roles in the films Switchback and Armageddon in 1998.

In 2000, Curry also had a recurring role on The Drew Carey Show as Drew’s boss at Winfred-Louder. He appeared in six episodes. In an April Fools’ episode of The Drew Carey Show, Drew refers to Mr. Soulard as Mr. Cooper, the joke being that Curry played both roles.

He was the host of Comedy Central’s Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush in 2000 and had minor roles in For Your Love, which starred Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper co-star, Holly Robinson Peete). Also, in 2000, Curry starred in A Man Is Mostly Water. In 2001 had a minor role in the Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed. Later in the year, Curry played one of the leads in another Disney Channel Original Movie, The Poof Point.
Curry was the host of the PAX-TV show Animal Tails and BET’s “Coming to the Stage” in 2003. In 2004, he appeared on Celebrity Mole Yucatan. He came in second place to Dennis Rodman. In 2005, had guest starring roles in Less Than Perfect and Fat Actress. On November 30, 2008, Mark performed a stand-up comedy routine on The Comedy Festival Laffapalooza Special, hosted by Tracy Morgan.

In 2009–2011, Curry hosted Jamie Foxx’s “FoxxHole Live” every Monday in the Conga Room in Los Angeles, which was heard on Satellite In 2012, Curry joined Sommore, Earthquake, Bruce Bruce and Tony Rock on the “Royal Comedy Tour.” Later in 2012, Curry joined Nick At Nite’s first-ever original live-action family comedy series, See Dad Run as Scott Baio’s friend Marcus. As
of January 2014, the live action comedy series is currently taping its third season at Paramount Studios. In 2014, Curry joined “Sommore’s Standing Ovation Comedy Tour” along with Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson, and others. In Spring of 2014, Bounce TV launched the sitcom “One Love,” starring Curry and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Aug
16
Fri
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 16 @ 7:30 pm
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone

Mark Curry’s first role was in the film Talkin’ Dirty After Dark, alongside Martin Lawrence in 1991. In 1992, Curry’s first major role was on television series Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, where he played the lead role of Mark Cooper, an NBA player-turned-substitute teacher/gym coach.

Curry appeared in a few episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show, Living Single in 1994 and Martin in 1997, and minor roles in the films Switchback and Armageddon in 1998.

In 2000, Curry also had a recurring role on The Drew Carey Show as Drew’s boss at Winfred-Louder. He appeared in six episodes. In an April Fools’ episode of The Drew Carey Show, Drew refers to Mr. Soulard as Mr. Cooper, the joke being that Curry played both roles.

He was the host of Comedy Central’s Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush in 2000 and had minor roles in For Your Love, which starred Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper co-star, Holly Robinson Peete). Also, in 2000, Curry starred in A Man Is Mostly Water. In 2001 had a minor role in the Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed. Later in the year, Curry played one of the leads in another Disney Channel Original Movie, The Poof Point.
Curry was the host of the PAX-TV show Animal Tails and BET’s “Coming to the Stage” in 2003. In 2004, he appeared on Celebrity Mole Yucatan. He came in second place to Dennis Rodman. In 2005, had guest starring roles in Less Than Perfect and Fat Actress. On November 30, 2008, Mark performed a stand-up comedy routine on The Comedy Festival Laffapalooza Special, hosted by Tracy Morgan.

In 2009–2011, Curry hosted Jamie Foxx’s “FoxxHole Live” every Monday in the Conga Room in Los Angeles, which was heard on Satellite In 2012, Curry joined Sommore, Earthquake, Bruce Bruce and Tony Rock on the “Royal Comedy Tour.” Later in 2012, Curry joined Nick At Nite’s first-ever original live-action family comedy series, See Dad Run as Scott Baio’s friend Marcus. As
of January 2014, the live action comedy series is currently taping its third season at Paramount Studios. In 2014, Curry joined “Sommore’s Standing Ovation Comedy Tour” along with Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson, and others. In Spring of 2014, Bounce TV launched the sitcom “One Love,” starring Curry and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 16 @ 10:00 pm
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone

Mark Curry’s first role was in the film Talkin’ Dirty After Dark, alongside Martin Lawrence in 1991. In 1992, Curry’s first major role was on television series Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, where he played the lead role of Mark Cooper, an NBA player-turned-substitute teacher/gym coach.

Curry appeared in a few episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show, Living Single in 1994 and Martin in 1997, and minor roles in the films Switchback and Armageddon in 1998.

In 2000, Curry also had a recurring role on The Drew Carey Show as Drew’s boss at Winfred-Louder. He appeared in six episodes. In an April Fools’ episode of The Drew Carey Show, Drew refers to Mr. Soulard as Mr. Cooper, the joke being that Curry played both roles.

He was the host of Comedy Central’s Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush in 2000 and had minor roles in For Your Love, which starred Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper co-star, Holly Robinson Peete). Also, in 2000, Curry starred in A Man Is Mostly Water. In 2001 had a minor role in the Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed. Later in the year, Curry played one of the leads in another Disney Channel Original Movie, The Poof Point.
Curry was the host of the PAX-TV show Animal Tails and BET’s “Coming to the Stage” in 2003. In 2004, he appeared on Celebrity Mole Yucatan. He came in second place to Dennis Rodman. In 2005, had guest starring roles in Less Than Perfect and Fat Actress. On November 30, 2008, Mark performed a stand-up comedy routine on The Comedy Festival Laffapalooza Special, hosted by Tracy Morgan.

In 2009–2011, Curry hosted Jamie Foxx’s “FoxxHole Live” every Monday in the Conga Room in Los Angeles, which was heard on Satellite In 2012, Curry joined Sommore, Earthquake, Bruce Bruce and Tony Rock on the “Royal Comedy Tour.” Later in 2012, Curry joined Nick At Nite’s first-ever original live-action family comedy series, See Dad Run as Scott Baio’s friend Marcus. As
of January 2014, the live action comedy series is currently taping its third season at Paramount Studios. In 2014, Curry joined “Sommore’s Standing Ovation Comedy Tour” along with Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson, and others. In Spring of 2014, Bounce TV launched the sitcom “One Love,” starring Curry and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Aug
17
Sat
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 17 @ 7:30 pm
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone

Mark Curry’s first role was in the film Talkin’ Dirty After Dark, alongside Martin Lawrence in 1991. In 1992, Curry’s first major role was on television series Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, where he played the lead role of Mark Cooper, an NBA player-turned-substitute teacher/gym coach.

Curry appeared in a few episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show, Living Single in 1994 and Martin in 1997, and minor roles in the films Switchback and Armageddon in 1998.

In 2000, Curry also had a recurring role on The Drew Carey Show as Drew’s boss at Winfred-Louder. He appeared in six episodes. In an April Fools’ episode of The Drew Carey Show, Drew refers to Mr. Soulard as Mr. Cooper, the joke being that Curry played both roles.

He was the host of Comedy Central’s Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush in 2000 and had minor roles in For Your Love, which starred Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper co-star, Holly Robinson Peete). Also, in 2000, Curry starred in A Man Is Mostly Water. In 2001 had a minor role in the Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed. Later in the year, Curry played one of the leads in another Disney Channel Original Movie, The Poof Point.
Curry was the host of the PAX-TV show Animal Tails and BET’s “Coming to the Stage” in 2003. In 2004, he appeared on Celebrity Mole Yucatan. He came in second place to Dennis Rodman. In 2005, had guest starring roles in Less Than Perfect and Fat Actress. On November 30, 2008, Mark performed a stand-up comedy routine on The Comedy Festival Laffapalooza Special, hosted by Tracy Morgan.

In 2009–2011, Curry hosted Jamie Foxx’s “FoxxHole Live” every Monday in the Conga Room in Los Angeles, which was heard on Satellite In 2012, Curry joined Sommore, Earthquake, Bruce Bruce and Tony Rock on the “Royal Comedy Tour.” Later in 2012, Curry joined Nick At Nite’s first-ever original live-action family comedy series, See Dad Run as Scott Baio’s friend Marcus. As
of January 2014, the live action comedy series is currently taping its third season at Paramount Studios. In 2014, Curry joined “Sommore’s Standing Ovation Comedy Tour” along with Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson, and others. In Spring of 2014, Bounce TV launched the sitcom “One Love,” starring Curry and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 17 @ 10:00 pm
Mark Curry @ The Comedy Zone

Mark Curry’s first role was in the film Talkin’ Dirty After Dark, alongside Martin Lawrence in 1991. In 1992, Curry’s first major role was on television series Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper, where he played the lead role of Mark Cooper, an NBA player-turned-substitute teacher/gym coach.

Curry appeared in a few episodes of The Jamie Foxx Show, Living Single in 1994 and Martin in 1997, and minor roles in the films Switchback and Armageddon in 1998.

In 2000, Curry also had a recurring role on The Drew Carey Show as Drew’s boss at Winfred-Louder. He appeared in six episodes. In an April Fools’ episode of The Drew Carey Show, Drew refers to Mr. Soulard as Mr. Cooper, the joke being that Curry played both roles.

He was the host of Comedy Central’s Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush in 2000 and had minor roles in For Your Love, which starred Hangin’ with Mr. Cooper co-star, Holly Robinson Peete). Also, in 2000, Curry starred in A Man Is Mostly Water. In 2001 had a minor role in the Disney Channel Original Movie Motocrossed. Later in the year, Curry played one of the leads in another Disney Channel Original Movie, The Poof Point.
Curry was the host of the PAX-TV show Animal Tails and BET’s “Coming to the Stage” in 2003. In 2004, he appeared on Celebrity Mole Yucatan. He came in second place to Dennis Rodman. In 2005, had guest starring roles in Less Than Perfect and Fat Actress. On November 30, 2008, Mark performed a stand-up comedy routine on The Comedy Festival Laffapalooza Special, hosted by Tracy Morgan.

In 2009–2011, Curry hosted Jamie Foxx’s “FoxxHole Live” every Monday in the Conga Room in Los Angeles, which was heard on Satellite In 2012, Curry joined Sommore, Earthquake, Bruce Bruce and Tony Rock on the “Royal Comedy Tour.” Later in 2012, Curry joined Nick At Nite’s first-ever original live-action family comedy series, See Dad Run as Scott Baio’s friend Marcus. As
of January 2014, the live action comedy series is currently taping its third season at Paramount Studios. In 2014, Curry joined “Sommore’s Standing Ovation Comedy Tour” along with Bill Bellamy, Tommy Davidson, and others. In Spring of 2014, Bounce TV launched the sitcom “One Love,” starring Curry and Sheryl Lee Ralph.

Aug
20
Tue
LOL Comedy Night with Brian Thomas @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 20 @ 7:30 pm
LOL Comedy Night with Brian Thomas @ The Comedy Zone

Join us for our Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night with tonight’s headliner, Brian Thomas.

Aug
21
Wed
LOL Comedy Night with Jenn Weeks @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 21 @ 7:30 pm
LOL Comedy Night with Jenn Weeks @ The Comedy Zone

Join us for our Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night with tonight’s headliner, Jenn Weeks.

Aug
22
Thu
LOL Comedy Night with Patrick Carson @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 22 @ 7:30 pm
LOL Comedy Night with Patrick Carson @ The Comedy Zone

Join us for our Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night with tonight’s headliner, Patrick Carson.

Aug
23
Fri
Nikki Glaser @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 23 @ 7:30 pm
Nikki Glaser @ The Comedy Zone

Nikki Glaser is one of the most sought after young comedians and actors in the comedy world today.

She was recently seen as the creator, executive producer, and star of the popular Comedy Central series Not Safe w/ Nikki Glaser. The show featured some of comedy’s funniest voices as they joke, learn, and share their personal stories about sex, relationships, and other taboo topics. The series premiered in February 2016 and was also Comedy Central’s first series to be introduced and developed across multiple social platforms.

Previously, Nikki hosted the MTV late-night talk show Nikki and Sara LIVE and co-hosted the popular podcast You Had To Be There. She has also made memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s @midnight with Chris Hardwick, Inside Amy Schumer, The Roast of Rob Lowe, and has had multiple appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Nikki continues to cement her status as a force in standup comedy, headlining in theaters and clubs across the country. Her first one-hour standup special, Perfect, premiered on Comedy Central in April 2016. More recently, her half-hour Netflix special, The Standups, premiered in July 2017 to rave reviews. Nikki also has a Sirius XM morning show, You Up with Nikki Glaser, which debuts February 2018 on Comedy Central Radio.

She currently lives in New York.

Nikki Glaser @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 23 @ 10:00 pm
Nikki Glaser @ The Comedy Zone

Nikki Glaser is one of the most sought after young comedians and actors in the comedy world today.

She was recently seen as the creator, executive producer, and star of the popular Comedy Central series Not Safe w/ Nikki Glaser. The show featured some of comedy’s funniest voices as they joke, learn, and share their personal stories about sex, relationships, and other taboo topics. The series premiered in February 2016 and was also Comedy Central’s first series to be introduced and developed across multiple social platforms.

Previously, Nikki hosted the MTV late-night talk show Nikki and Sara LIVE and co-hosted the popular podcast You Had To Be There. She has also made memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s @midnight with Chris Hardwick, Inside Amy Schumer, The Roast of Rob Lowe, and has had multiple appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Nikki continues to cement her status as a force in standup comedy, headlining in theaters and clubs across the country. Her first one-hour standup special, Perfect, premiered on Comedy Central in April 2016. More recently, her half-hour Netflix special, The Standups, premiered in July 2017 to rave reviews. Nikki also has a Sirius XM morning show, You Up with Nikki Glaser, which debuts February 2018 on Comedy Central Radio.

She currently lives in New York.

Aug
24
Sat
Nikki Glaser @ The Comedy Zone
Aug 24 @ 7:30 pm
Nikki Glaser @ The Comedy Zone

Nikki Glaser is one of the most sought after young comedians and actors in the comedy world today.

She was recently seen as the creator, executive producer, and star of the popular Comedy Central series Not Safe w/ Nikki Glaser. The show featured some of comedy’s funniest voices as they joke, learn, and share their personal stories about sex, relationships, and other taboo topics. The series premiered in February 2016 and was also Comedy Central’s first series to be introduced and developed across multiple social platforms.

Previously, Nikki hosted the MTV late-night talk show Nikki and Sara LIVE and co-hosted the popular podcast You Had To Be There. She has also made memorable appearances on Comedy Central’s @midnight with Chris Hardwick, Inside Amy Schumer, The Roast of Rob Lowe, and has had multiple appearances on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Nikki continues to cement her status as a force in standup comedy, headlining in theaters and clubs across the country. Her first one-hour standup special, Perfect, premiered on Comedy Central in April 2016. More recently, her half-hour Netflix special, The Standups, premiered in July 2017 to rave reviews. Nikki also has a Sirius XM morning show, You Up with Nikki Glaser, which debuts February 2018 on Comedy Central Radio.

She currently lives in New York.