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Margaret Cho is a San Francisco native has been named one of the 50 best comics of all times by rolling stone magazine.  Doing stand-up since the age of 14, Margaret came to national notoriety in 1994 when she created and starred in the ABC sitcom “All American Girl” about a non-conformist Korean American girl with liberal views and her traditional conservative family.

She followed this up with a groundbreaking off Broadway one-woman show “I am the one that I want”.  After a smash hit national run and book and film, she launched into “Notorious Margaret Cho” with an even larger success and a Showtime special.

Shows, specials and tours that followed include “Revolution”, “ Beautiful”  “Psycho”, “Cho Dependent” and “Mother”.  Most recently, Margaret is touring her show “Fresh off the Bloat” that will continue into most of 2021.

In between these tours, Margaret never stopped working in television notably starring in 6 seasons of “drop dead diva” on lifetime, blowing audience and judges minds in her season of “The Masked Singer” on FOX, episodes of “High Maintenance” and “law and order svu”.  Her feature film turns include “Faith Based”, “Friendsgiving” and “Over the Moon”.

Also a Grammy nominated musician, Margaret has released albums on her Clownery label that includes a plethora of colabs. I first learned of her musicianship and amazing singing voice on her special “Cho Dependent’.

With all her success in her creative life, Margaret has always found time and energy to devote her voice and talent to anti-bullying and gay rights campaigns.

Most recently, she has also launched her own podcast, “The Margaret Cho” where her common co-host is her ridiculously adorable dog Lucia.

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