Comedian Jamie Lee has proved to be an undeniable, unstoppable force in the comedy world. In addition to her well-loved standup comedy and TV appearances, she was named one of the “Top Five Comedians Who Should Be Movie Stars” by Nerve.com, the “Top 18 Women You Should Be Following on Twitter” by The Huffington Post, and the “52 Female Stand-Up Comedians You Need to Know” by Refinery29. In December 2016, Jamie released her first book Weddiculous: The Unfiltered Guide to Being a Bride, published by Harper Collins which immediately jumped to #1 on Amazon’s new releases list. Drawing on Jamie’s own experiences from her recent nuptials, Weddiculous offers practical advice that will save readers countless hours of stress, aggravation, and money – while keeping them laughing the whole time. Jamie served as a writer on the much-anticipated Judd Apatow produced HBO series Crashing starring Pete Holmes, and she also wrote on Holmes’ latenight talk show The Pete Holmes Show on TBS. She is one of the stars on the hit MTV series Girl Code, which recently wrapped its fourth season, as well as the truTV series 10 Things, which premiered in January 2016. Also on truTV, she co-starred on How to be a Grown Up. She is developing her own half hour comedy series for Bravo, as well as a feature film with James Corden of The Late Late Show. Jamie is a familiar face on the latenight circuit, with appearances on CBS’ The Late Late Show with James Corden, TBS’ Conan, NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, and Comedy Central’s @midnight. She has been featured on Comedy Central’s John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show, TBS’ The Pete Holmes Show, MTV’s Ridiculousness, and Fox’s World’s Funniest Fails. Jamie was also a semi-finalist on NBC’s Last Comic Standing, as well as the host of the EW.com web series Polished. Born and raised in Texas, she graduated from the University of Texas at Austin where she studied theater and film. Lee lives in Los Angeles with her chocolate labradoodle Dennis and her husband Dan Black.