The Smartest Funny-Girls We Know...

Sara Benincasa is a comedian and writer. She talks about everything from sex to politics, and has been featured on MTV and CNN. She's currently working on a very funny book about panic attacks and agoraphobia. She makes a lot of silly videos; and can be contacted at

Carolyn Castiglia has been seen and heard nationally on VH1, MTV2, NBC's Last Comic Standing, Nick-at-Nite's Funniest Mom in America, The Maury Show, ABC World News with Charles Gibson and Sirius/XM Radio. She performs stand-up both nationally and internationally and her joke writing has appeared in Time Out New York, the New York Post and The Idiot's Guide to Jokes.

Jen Kwok is a Brooklyn-based writer and performer whose comedic exploits have been featured on CNN, PBS, MTV, The New York Times and Rolling Stone Magazine. Jen was also a finalist in NBC Stand-Up for Diversity and will make her feature film debut in Eat, Pray, Love.

Jamie Lee is one of the fasted emerging comedians in NYC. In addition to performing all over, she writes fashion slip-ups for Life & Style Magazine, and appears in videos for College Humor. For all things Jamie Lee, visit

Libby Rice spent the beginning of her professional career in the magic scene where she served as magician David Copperfield's assistant and scorpion keeper. She has since left the world of conjuring behind and moved to New York where she works as a freelance writer.

Alison Rosen is a writer and host of late night internet talk show Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend. She's appeared on Chelsea Lately, Red Eye, Geraldo, Hannity, the Bio channel, Fox and Friends and more and was named New York's Funniest Reporter in 2008.

Diana Saez is a Minneapolis based stand-up comic who has charmed audiences with her unique brand of playful cynicism. Her work has been featured on CNN, Sirius Satellite Radio, and Si TV.

Comedian, host, and producer Chelsea White has been making waves on the NYC comedy scene for the past several years. A regular on-air contributor for MTV's FN'MTV, you may have also seen her on MTV's TRL and WE's Cinematherapy.

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below
More From Culture