Bonnie McFarlane

Stand-Up Comedian Bonnie McFarlane

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Born: ?, 1973

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  • Delivery: 21321
  • Material: 43211
  • Overall: 32121

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Comedian Bonnie McFarlane Performs Stand-Up - David Letterman
Comedian Bonnie McFarlane Performs Stand-Up - David Letterman Watch
Bonnie McFarlane - Writer | Modern Comedian - Episode 22
Bonnie McFarlane - Writer | Modern Comedian - Episode 22 Watch
Bonnie McFarlane - Stand Up Comedy
Bonnie McFarlane - Stand Up Comedy Watch



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Specials (and other video)

2014 NickMom Night Out Season 4
2013 NickMom Night Out Season 2
2012 NickMom Night Out Season 1
2008 Comedy Central Presents My First Time
2008 Comedy Central Presents Bonnie McFarlane
2005 One Night Stand: Bonnie McFarlane
2004 National Lampoon Live: New Faces - Volume 1
2004 Last Comic Standing 2
2003 Premium Blend (Season 7)

Features multiple comedians

2001 Late Friday

Weekly late night stand-up showcase on NBC

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I think it’s creepy if a guy says, “I would never hit a girl.” Cause that should go without saying. That’s like if you ever heard a guy go, “I would never crap in a hot tub.”


ryanlock2u's avatar ryanlock2u says:
Delivery: 21321
Material: 43211

Decent. Act is performed completly without segway, on a joke-by-joke basis. The jokes are generally funny, but the lack of organization creates a ‘wait-for-it’ aura around the stage that usually...


Bonnie did her first open mic in Vancouver, Canada. The manager of the club told her she should enter a contest, The Search for Canada’s Funniest New Comic. She did and she won. She moved to New York where she landed a manager, an agent and taped her first half hour special which still airs on Comedy Central. Bonnie got a deal with CBS to star in her own sitcom. That sitcom never happened, but after her deal was over she landed a starring role in another sitcom on UPN called Social Studies. After six episodes, the show was cancelled but another show was just around the corner. Christopher Guest wrote Bonnie a regular role in his pilot for HBO called D.O.A. The show was D.O.A. HBO never picked it up.

Bonnie continued doing stand up in Los Angeles and appeared on The Late, Late Show with Craig Kilborn, Friday Night, Premium Blend, hosted Later on NBC and was a regular on Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. She also landed roles in several other pilots and television shows including Gross Pointe, Scare Tactics and The Drew Carey Show.

Not content with just being a performer, Bonnie began writing and doing punch up for various television shows including The Man Show, Spy TV and Trigger Happy.

Bonnie went on to participate in the second season of NBC’s Last Comic Standing and became one of the shows stand out characters, which led to an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. She became a regular on The Late Show with David Letterman and started headlining shows across the country. Most recently Bonnie taped her first HBO hour special, which is currently airing.

Bonnie continues to pursue stand up, writing and acting and has created several multi media stage shows like The Fake, Fake Show starring Zach Galifinakis and a short film starring Patton Oswalt called Sushi Whore.