Comedian, Philosopher, Etc.
Laura House is a headlining comedian who has performed on HBO, Comedy Central, NBC and is the FIRST female comic to perform on the FIRST Native American stand-up show, FNX's First Nation Stand-Up. She’s worked with Margaret Cho, Janeane Garofalo, Patton Oswalt, Lewis Black, Brian Regan and more. She also created and starred on Mtv’s cult-hit comedy Austin Stories. Her personal essays are published in 3 books: True Tales of Lust and Love, Comedy Film Nerds Guide to the Movies, and The 5,000 Stages of Grief. She created the hit solo show "How to Hate Yourself," which Huffpo called "a riotous laughfest and a complete joy." It continues as a monthly show at the Hollywood Improv. She also teaches meditation and finds humor to be the best road to healing.
BAFTA-winning & awesome BBC kids' show Secret Life of Boys
Laura’s first TV job was co-creating and starring in Mtv's cult fave Austin Stories. This brought her to LA where she studied sketch & improv at Acme Comedy Theater and UCB. Her writing credits include the Emmy-winning shows MOM and SAMANTHA WHO the BAFTA-winning SECRET LIFE OF BOYS, THE GEORGE LOPEZ SHOW, BLUE COLLAR TV, MAD LOVE, LAST COMIC STANDING and ROSIE. Her script HOW TO HATE YOURSELF was honored on the We for She list in 2016.