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Caitlin Cook

Caitlin Cook is a LA-born, NYC-based comedian. Not your conventional stand-up, Caitlin Cook combines witty one-liners and scintillating storytelling with hilariously irreverent musical comedy and projected visuals. In 2019 alone, she has (1) released her debut live comedy album Zinger-Songwriter to rave reviews, (2) launched a new hit podcast "5 Words with Sean Patton and Caitlin Cook" on Bill Burr and Al Madrigal’s network All Things Comedy, (3) debuted her solo show "Death Wish" at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to sold out crowds and rave reviews from critics, comedians, and audience members alike, and (4) launched a new live comedy event "Good God" in Bushwick with Shane Torres, Tom Thakkar, and Phoebe Bottoms (past performers include David Cross, Dulcé Sloan, Found Footage Festival, Dan Soder, and more).

She has taken the stage all across the US, Canada, Europe, and Oceania at top-tier venues (like the Meltdown in Los Angeles, Union Hall in Brooklyn, and the Bill Murray in London), comedy clubs (like the Stand in NYC, ACME in Minneapolis, and the Comedy MIX in Vancouver), festivals (like the New York Comedy Festival, HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival, and High Mud Comedy Festival), theatres (like Theatre 99 in Charleston, the Bug Theatre in Denver, and the Throckmorton in the Bay Area), dimly lit bar basements, strangers' living rooms, and even a houseboat once.