“Singleton’s unvarnished portrayal of her life — and the peculiar way it intertwines with the lives of the rest of the world’s populace — has been the comedic trademark of her young career.” – Alaska Dispatch News
Internationally touring comedy phenom, Jessica Michelle Singleton was recently appointed #JokeNation’s inaugural Ambassador for the U.S. & Canada where she performs alongside comedy giants from other nations around the world (Wonho Chung from Dubai, Loyiso Gola from South Africa, Craig Hill from the U.K., Igor Meerson from Russia) at festivals around the world. Singleton is the only female ambassador, as well as the youngest. Singleton will have her European television debut on networks such as BBC and Swisscom through the #Jokenation Gala television premiere in 2016.
She is the headliner for the three person Road Kill Comedy Tour Series, a self-produced national comedy tour which is currently being pitched as a docu-series by MadCow Productions (run by former President of Comedy at Fox, Cheryl Bayer, and co-creator of The Daily Show, Madeleine Smithberg).
She was a top selection for the 2015 Korean International Comedy Festival and was a top performer in the 2015 Cabo Comedy Festival.
In 2013, she became the first English speaking female to be invited to participate in the Montreux Comedy Festival, Europe’s largest and longest running comedy festival. She has been invited to several other festivals including Women in Comedy, Laughing Skull and Bridgetown Comedy Festivals. Her comedy is featured on SiriusXM’s Raw Dog Comedy Station and she has been on showcases for Comedy Central and The Tonight Show w/ Jimmy Fallon.
Jessica Michelle Singleton has created a unique style of comedy that combines extremely random thoughts and observations with unparalleled vulnerability through personal stories from what some people refer to as a hyperactive, slightly deranged imagination.
She also would like to add that she sometimes refers to herself in third person to help give her a false sense of self-worth.
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