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About Sabrina Matthews

Sabrina Matthews is an openly lesbian comic who relates the absurd in everyday life in a witty anecdotal style. Playland Magazine says, "She is instantly likeable and charms both gay and straight audiences".

Her hilarious half-hour comedy special, "Comedy Central Presents Sabrina Matthews", premiered in January, 2001, and according to Willamette Week, "she wowed viewers of Comedy Central's "Out There in Hollywood" and "Premium Blend". Sabrina appears regularly at mainstream clubs and colleges around the country, has performed at the internationally renowned Montreal Comedy Festival, and made her television acting debut in "America's Most Wanted".

Sabrina began her comedy career in the San Francisco Bay Area, where the San Francisco Chronicle called her one "of the brightest emerging talents in town". She now makes her home amidst the doughnut shops and dude-speak of Los Angeles where she spends her days engaging in her favorite game, Point and Laugh, riding her motorcycle, talking... Read More »

Sabrina Matthews is an openly lesbian comic who relates the absurd in everyday life in a witty anecdotal style. Playland Magazine says, "She is instantly likeable and charms both gay and straight audiences".

Her hilarious half-hour comedy special, "Comedy Central Presents Sabrina Matthews", premiered in January, 2001, and according to Willamette Week, "she wowed viewers of Comedy Central's "Out There in Hollywood" and "Premium Blend". Sabrina appears regularly at mainstream clubs and colleges around the country, has performed at the internationally renowned Montreal Comedy Festival, and made her television acting debut in "America's Most Wanted".

Sabrina began her comedy career in the San Francisco Bay Area, where the San Francisco Chronicle called her one "of the brightest emerging talents in town". She now makes her home amidst the doughnut shops and dude-speak of Los Angeles where she spends her days engaging in her favorite game, Point and Laugh, riding her motorcycle, talking to her cat and generally doing anything else to avoid rifling through the heap of letters from the IRS teetering on her desk in search of tiny, hastily scribbled comedy notes. All in comfortable shoes.