Stand-up Comedy

In 1992 Roz Browne’s acting coach dared her to try stand-up. She hit the stage at The Improv comedy club and continues to perform at concert venues, corporate events, colleges and clubs nationwide, and abroad for the USO.


Her first national television appearance on BET’s Comic View in 1999 made her an instant favorite with viewers. Audiences of all ages respond to her funny views on corporate America, marriage, travel and modern life.


Roz was the very first comedian to perform on The Laugh Factory stage at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas Nevada. Other highlights include: 

  • Touring Asia and Hawaii as a USO performer
  • Performing in Carole Montgomery's "Funny Women of a Certain Age”
  • Hosting the 1st Annual NoHo Comedy Festival 
  • Winning the Boston Metro Award during the 2007 Boston Comedy Festival
  • Performing at the acclaimed Toyota Comedy Festival
  • Being named “Favorite Comedian” by Metro Boston newspaper during the 2006 Boston Comedy Festival
  • Making the finals in California’s Funniest Female Contest in 2005
  • Having her jokes included in the anthologies Joke Stew and Joke Soup.


Her quick wit and Boston charm made her a regular at the Laugh Factory, the Improv and the World famous Comedy Store where she has her name on the wall alongside Richard Pryor and George Carlin.


She performed at the Jimmy Kimmel Comedy Club in Las Vegas with Vickie Barbolak, from America's Got Talent. 


Plus she has toured with The Merry Wives of Comedy production and her Fried Clams With Bellies one-woman show. 


Television and radio appearances include: 

  • The View (ABC)
  •  The 5 O’clock Funnies (KLOS)
  • Comics Unleashed with Byron Allen
  • Comic View (BET)
  •  America’s Funniest People (ABC)
  • Comedy Time 
  • Que Locos Comedy Jam
  • Nights with Mary

To book Roz for a comedy show, corporate event, MC gig, or audience warm-up, email her

“Roz is a spirited woman extraordinaire. One of the funniest women on the planet, she gets the humor in life, and how self-expression in any form is a gift. And I applaud her greatly for that.” 


—Nancy Mills, founder of Spirited Woman