WENDY LIEBMAN has been a regular on The Late Show with David Letterman, and has appeared on The Tonight. Show with Jay Leno, The Late, late Show with Craig Ferguson and The Daily Show. The Los Angeles Times called her “ a master of the throwaway line, making a perfectly rational observation, then adding almost subliminally the punchline which skews everything she has said before." Featuring the self-proclaimed ambassador of "Girls Night Out" JACKIE FABULOUS and LISA ALVARADO (Last Comic Standing, Comics Unleashed)
Originally from Long Island, NY, Wendy Liebman started her career in Boston after taking a class at The Cambridge Center for Adult Education in How To Be A Stand-up Comedian. Since then she has been a regular on late night television, including Carson, Fallon, Letterman, Kimmel, Ferguson and Leno. Wendy has done half-hour specials for HBO and Comedy Central, and her first hour, “Wendy Liebman: Taller on TV” premiered on Showtime in 2011. Wendy has been in three documentaries: “The Aristocrats”, “The Boys: The Sherman Brothers’ Story,” and "Why We Laugh: Funny Women" recently on Showtime, and she was the recipient of The American Comedy Award for Best Female Comedian. Wendy currently co-hosts UNBOUND with Terri Nunn, on KCSN, 88.5 FM in Los Angeles. She also performs at clubs, corporations, and benefit shows throughout the US and Canada, and lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Jeffrey Sherman, her amazing stepsons and her funny dog. She was recently in New York Magazine, as number 23 down in the crossword puzzle.
JACKIE FABULOUS, a native New Yorker from The Bronx, moved to California 15 years ago to get a law degree and a husband. After successfully earning her Jurist Doctorate and eloping in Vegas, Jackie learned she was better suited to play a lawyer on television and that standup comedy was the actual love her life. Divorced and ready to party, Jackie Fabulous realized her destiny was to become a multifaceted performer that is at her best when she’s riding waves of laughter by connecting with all races, genders, and social economic classes on a very personal level. Jackie had many compelling reasons to move back to The Bronx after getting her degree and failing at marriage. But the financial hardship of being a struggling artist and her younger sister becoming the victim of a crime relegating her to a wheel chair for life only motivated Jackie to fulfill a completely different calling that came to her in her 30’s after 4 years of law school.
As a kid, I always liked comedy and would listen to albums by George Carlin, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, and Lenny Bruce. Despite my enjoyment of these great talents, I decided to pursue an unfunny career and left Los Angeles for San Francisco State College to be a lawyer. When that did not hold my attention, I switched majors and ended up getting a Bachelor of. Art Degree in Communications.