female comedians

The creator of “Gilmore Girls” has a new show called “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” that just earned two awards at the Golden Globes. Here's why you should watch this (really) hilarious comedy.
Comedian Phoebe Robinson stands up for herself.
The star of "Tracy Ullman's Show" heaped praise on women comics.
"I don't really care if my kids see my work -- I actually hope that they don't see a lot of it (laughs) -- but I hope for a family dynamic that includes sharing a lot of laughter."
It is no small accomplishment that Saudi-born Bangladeshi, Farhana Muna is burning up YouTube with her hilarious comedic characters based around Bangladeshi life and culture. In just four months, Muna, known online as "Munatic," has created a large Internet following.
When you're passionate about something and work hard, not only will amazing things happen, but you'll make the world a happier place. So whatever you've been putting off: a solo vacation, telling someone how you feel, or pursuing your artistic dreams, life is too short not to go for it.
Psychologists find that humor makes men -- but not women -- appear more attractive to potential romantic partners.
From unattainable beauty standards placed on women to how inaccessible birth control remains to having men debate whether you are good looking enough for TV, it is safe to say that we have found our new feminist best friend.
Comedian Grace Helbig is a YouTube phenomenon, the star of her own new show on E! and a New York Times bestselling author
Comedian Tig Notaro stopped by the set of "The HuffPost Show" on Friday for the show's premiere episode and discussed the
Kristen Wiig: "Gilly [the pesky schoolgirl] started with a silly face I made working late at the show one night. Target Lady