comic, writer, actress
VIVA, LAS VEGAS!
OCT. 16 - OCT. 27
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NOTABLE TV APPEARANCES INCLUDE:
Last Comic Standing (NBC) - voted Week #1 Online Fan Favorite
E! Entertainment Television - including “Countdown to the Oscars! Live from the Red Carpet”, where she almost fell off a double-decker tour bus.
MTV’s The Reality Show - where she was voted off for calling Andy Dick “the Cold Sore of Comedy”.
The Maury Povitch Show - fulfilling her high school guidance councilor’s prophecy for her future in a way he did not expect.
KAITLIN COLOMBO is a fearlessly funny girl who made her stand up comedy debut at the world famous Hollywood Improv when she was just 13 years old.
Kaitlin has performed in almost every legit (and not so legit) comedy club from L.A. to N.Y.C. She’s even performed on the open seas of the Pacific on Rosie O’Donnell’s “R Family Cruise”. Other performance highlights include: Flappers (Burbank); N.Y.C. & L.A. Gay Prides; Governors Comedy Club (Lawnguyland, NY); and Ryan Landry’s "Showgirls" (Provincetown, MA).
With her comedy running the gamut from sex and politics to the time she was almost murdered by her pet rabbit, Caligula - Kaitlin’s unique POV reminds us that a joke is funniest when its based in the truth. And nothing but the truth.
The proud daughter of a Gay man AND a Lesbian (that is not a typo), Kaitlin playfully skewers her parents while proving her family’s dysfunction is no different than yours. Just funnier. A vocal advocate for LGBTQ rights, Kaitlin also speaks at high school and college campuses on the topic of Inclusion.
A prolific writer, Kaitlin has been published in Geek Monthly Magazine, Edge Publications, and PunkOut.org. At the age of 17, while her friends were popping Adderall to take the SATs, Kaitlin sold a television pilot based on her life to FOX/FBC (Hypnotic/Doug Liman, Exec. Prod.).
A multi-faceted artist, Kaitlin also wrote and starred in the original production of her highly-controversial, two-hander play, “The Choking Game”, which saw it’s off-off-Broadway debut in the Spring of 2013.