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Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, actor and writer who got her start in Boston and New York City and is now a staple on the Los Angeles comedy scene. She can be seen regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Largo and the Hollywood Improv with her storytelling style stand-up. In 2007, Jen released her first comedy album, "Self Help," with ASpecialThing Records, and her follow-up album "Hail To The Freaks" will roll out in March 2011. In 2009, she was featured in Entertainment Weekly's Top 12 Comedians To Watch. She most recently was a writer on NBC's "Perfect Couples" and is a longtime roundtable regular on E!'s "Chelsea Lately." Last year she starred in the Sundance Award-winning HBO Funny or Die series "Drunk History." Her television credits include VH1's "Sketch show," "Acceptable TV," Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," NBC's "Late Friday," Starz' "Special Sauce" and CBS's "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." Her unique voice has landed her recurring roles on... Read More »

Jen Kirkman is a stand-up comedian, actor and writer who got her start in Boston and New York City and is now a staple on the Los Angeles comedy scene. She can be seen regularly at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Largo and the Hollywood Improv with her storytelling style stand-up. In 2007, Jen released her first comedy album, "Self Help," with ASpecialThing Records, and her follow-up album "Hail To The Freaks" will roll out in March 2011. In 2009, she was featured in Entertainment Weekly's Top 12 Comedians To Watch. She most recently was a writer on NBC's "Perfect Couples" and is a longtime roundtable regular on E!'s "Chelsea Lately." Last year she starred in the Sundance Award-winning HBO Funny or Die series "Drunk History." Her television credits include VH1's "Sketch show," "Acceptable TV," Comedy Central's "Premium Blend," NBC's "Late Friday," Starz' "Special Sauce" and CBS's "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson." Her unique voice has landed her recurring roles on animated shows like Cartoon Network's "Home Movies," Vh1's "Illustrated" and Current TV's "Supernews."