Nancy Redman has rightfully earned a place in the top echelon of the nation's comedians. Verbally and physically dexterous, her performance is a high energy explosion of crazy characters and sharp one liners. Part Lucille Ball, part Groucho Marx, she is a perfect choice for any event.
Redman was featured on television's Girls' Night Out (Lifetime) and The Oprah Winfrey Show. She was also a two-time prize winner on America's Funniest People (ABC). In addition, she "warmed up" audiences for hit shows like The Golden Girls (NBC) and Designing Women (CBS). Nancy also appeared in ABC's America's Funniest People and won 3000$.
Nancy Redman is a regular performer at New York City's famous Dangerfield's and Laugh Factory and has appeared at many of the nation's other comedy venues such as Los Angeles' renowned Comedy Store and Laugh Factory as well as Atlantic City's prestigious Tropicana and Claridge Hotels.
She has "opened" for show business legends Jackie Mason, Charo, Chubby Checker and Soupy Sales.
Redman's critically acclaimed, award-winning one-person show, Clutter, was performed in the Estrogenius Festival at the Manhattan Theater and the United Solo Theater Festival at Theatre Row and HB Playwrites Theatre.
Her personal career highlight was when she entertained troops in the nation of Bahrain at the time of the first Gulf War.