Born: August 28, 1974
Blue Meter: Tame
In match-ups against other comics:
Won: 408 | Lost: 790
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|2011||Hail to the Freaks||Buy: Amazon | iTunes|
|2007||Self Help||Buy: Amazon | iTunes|
Specials (and other video)
|2011||John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show (Season 2)||Buy: Amazon | iTunes|
|2009||Comedians of Chelsea Lately|
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I don’t want to be a mom. I could easily be a dad. I could lie on a couch and have my kid come up to me for the first time when they’re 5 years old and go, “Dad, can I go outside?”
“I dunno, ask your mother.”...
Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, television writer and actress.
Jen Kirkman is a writer and roundtable regular on The E! Network’s “Chelsea Lately.”
Jen has also written for the NBC sitcom “Perfect Couples” and Disney’s hit cartoon, “Phineas and Ferb.”
Jen also was the narrator of HBO’s “Drunk History” which received the Jury Prize for “Best Short Film” at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010.
Jen’s newest comedy album “Hail to the Freaks” debuted at #13 on the Billboard charts for best-selling comedy album. It’s available on iTunes. Jen released her first comedy album titled “Selp Help” in 2006. You can purchase “Self Help” on iTunes or buy a hard copy here: http://www.astrecords.com
Jen has performed stand-up on: Conan, John Oliver’s New York Stand-Up Show, The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson, Late Friday on NBC, Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, The BBC UK’s “The World Stands Up.
Jen was also a cast member of Vh1’s sketch show - “Acceptable TV”. She played many characters on the Cartoon Network’s “Home Movies” as well as Current TV’s political cartoon “Super News!”
She appears regularly in L.A. at The Hollywood Improv, The Laugh Factory, Largo & The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre as well as headlines all over the country.
Jen has her essays published in “Rejected: Tales of the Failed, Dumped & Canceled” as well as “Bad Sex - We Did It So You Don’t Have To.”
Jen can be heard as herself, nicknamed “Southie” on the monthly podcast available through iTunes, “The Pod F. Tompkast.”
In 2009 Entertainment Weekly named Jen “One of the Top 12 Rising Stars in Comedy.”
In May of 2010 both MSN and The Huffington Post named Jen one of the top comedians to follow on Twitter.