"Best Female Stand-Up Comic 1992"
best way to get inside Cathy Ladman's head is to see her live. As
one of the country's top comedians, Ladman's show is a self-probing,
anxiety-venting vehicle which draws laughter from exposing personal
She has not only appeared on "The Tonight
Show" nine times, but was also the only female comic to appear on
the last two Johnny Carson "Tonight Show Anniversary" shows.
Cathy has had her own HBO "One Night Stand"
comedy special and, in 1992, was awarded the American Comedy Award for Best
Female Stand-Up Comic.
A native New Yorker now living in Los Angeles,
Cathy is successfully pursuing an acting career in television and film.
Her film credits include roles in "Don't
Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead," "The
A-List," "Nervous Ticks" and "My Fellow
Americans." Her television pilots include "American
Nuclear," "Hot Prospects," "Everything But the
Show," "Next Exit," "Carlos" and NBC's
"Caroline in the City" in which she has a recurring role.
In addition to developing television treatments and
scripts as well as writing screenplays, Cathy spent the '96-'97 season
writing (and had a three year recurring role) on "Caroline in the
City." She makes
regular appearances on ABC's "Politically Incorrect" as well
as Comedy Central's "Dr. Katz: Professional Therapist" and
"Make Me Laugh." She has guest starred on NBC's "Just
Shoot Me," CBS's "Everybody Loves Raymond" and the WB's
Cathy's comedy focuses on family, growing up,
relationships and real life from a very personal perspective. The Los
Angeles Times put it best "... Ladman has such clever, well-written
material and such a breezy, unassuming delivery that it
would be easy to overlook just how good she is. Her act seems
effortless, like Magic Johnson leading a fast break."
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