If Ray Romano had a Jewish sister from Brooklyn, her name would be Stephanie Blum. Her new, highly acclaimed solo show, When I Cough I Wet Myself is a moving self-portrait of a woman caught up in hilarious and excruciating life circumstances outside of her control. Written and performed by the former psychologist, it is currently running in Los Angeles. Here's when Stephanie reveals her desire to be closer to her hilariously dysfunctional father. view clip
Stephanie is the apathetic ‘mom next door’ who is sarcastic, irreverent and universally adored by audiences at the Stardust in Las Vegas, on Country Music Television’s Funniest Videos, HBO’s Comedy Minutes and much more.
She's the winner of New York’s Funniest Teacher Contest, Ladies of Laughter Funniest Female Competition at Madison Square Garden, CBS’s Star Search and the U.S. Comedy Arts Festival's "Breakout Performer.”
When an article about Stephanie’s ‘life-as-a-sitcom’ appeared in The New York Times recognizing her comedic abilities as well as her experience as a psychologist and mother, she was commissioned as a contributor to two national publications, Child Magazine and Parents Magazine.
Ahmet Zappa calls Stephanie’s comedy, “Dark and perfect.” Ben Stein cheers, “Comic genius!” Freddie Roman raves, “Her material is brilliant and original…she’s spectacular!”
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