Vicki Barbolak, winner of ”America’s Funniest Mom” headlines in comedy clubs across the country. Audiences of all backgrounds drink up her fresh, side-splitting, leopard-print clad stand-up. Along with her comedy club appearances, Vicki loves performing for fundraising events where her hysterical take on life, love and family help raise money for deserving causes . Recent events include: the USO, Armed Forces YMCA, Women Helping Women, Central Coast Autism Society, Scripps Hospital, USMC Family Services, Michelle’s Place, Make-A-Wish, Dallas Pugh Foundation, Center for Autism, Pediatric AIDS Foundation, and many more.
In addition to fundraising, Vicki’s stand-up is a premier choice of entertainment within the corporate event planning community. Vicki’s corporate shows have been wildly successful across the nation. Recent corporate shows for the following clients include: Union Bank, Jenny Craig, UCSD, ADA Medical Society, Benefits Forum, South Coast Winery, and Volkswagen.
Vicki won Funniest Mom in America on Nick@Nite. The show’s host, Rosanne Barr, was so impressed with Vicki, that she quickly hired Vicki as a comedy writer. Also, Rosanne chose Vicki as her feature act for her performances at the New York, New York Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. E! Television called Vicki Barbolak “The next breakout star from the world famous Hollywood Comedy Store.” Recently, Vicki was a member of Jay Leno’s Laugh Squad on NBC, a frequent star of Pauly Shore’s TBS Show“Who’s Minding the Store?” Other television appearances also include, Jenny Jones’ Comedy Divas on CBS and Nick@Nite “Familyisms.”
Her new cooking segments, “This Tastes Funny,” can be seen regularly on “San Diego Living,” on the CW network. Vicki is featured in the NY Times bestselling book, I Killed, Road Stories of America’s Top Comedians, by Mark Schiff. Look for Vicki in the stand-up special, “Hot Tamales,” this fall on Showtime.
Vicki lives in San Diego. She enjoys watching her daughters play volleyball. Everyone said to her, “keep your kids in sports, keep ‘em off of drugs.” Turns out, drugs are way cheaper than sports.
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