Top 10 Female Stand-up Comedians In 2020
She makes daytime TV funny; that’s talent. Her accomplishments are simply too numerous and legendary to enumerate here. Suffice to say, she’s a talented stage, screen and voice actress, stand-up comedian, talk show host, humanitarian, LGBT activist, and, of course, dancer. Although she’s memorable now for her role as the lovable blue Dory in “Finding Nemo” and her amazing dance moves, her early stand-up is still worth watching again. From her sitcom days to her film career, Degeneres is undeniably one of the best comedians of all time.
Nine years ago, Sarah Millican’s life sucked: her husband of almost 10 years had suddenly abandoned her. Forced to move back in with her parents, the 29-year-old spent her evenings sobbing face-down on her bed, lamenting what she thought could only amount to a dead-end life as an old maid. But when she realized the pathetic hilarity of her situation, she decided to make a profit off of her ex’s idiocy: she made her story into a stand-up act entitled “Sarah Millican’s Not Nice,” and within a year she was one of England’s top comedians.