Barbara Gray

 

Big hair. Big heart. Big mouth.

Barbara’s intense yet goofy stage presence—combined with vulnerable and dark material—have made her a staple of the Los Angeles alternative comedy scene. She co-starred on seasons one and two of "Corporate" on Comedy Central, and can be seen on Hulu’s “Coming to the Stage,” Nick Swardson's digital series “Typical Rick” and MTV’s “Acting Out.” She has been a contributing writer for “Billy on the Street,” "Magic for Humans with Justin Willman" on Netflix, and "Rachel Dratch's Late Night Snack" on TruTV.

Barbara is also a co-host of the hit podcast “Lady to Lady,” which recently surpassed 5 million downloads from listeners all over the world. Deemed “the funniest podcast ever” by BUST magazine, the ladies host an hour of strong pop culture opinions and embarrassing personal revelations. As their podcast intro says: "Can you keep a secret? Neither can we." Her other podcast "Britney's Gram" turned from a light-hearted look into Britney Spears' instagram posts to a true-crime-in-real-time deep dive into some disturbing revelations about Britney's life, going viral with the episode #FreeBritney. 

Her debut comedy album "If I Did It" will be available on A Special Thing Records this fall.


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