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Clara Bijl

Clara is an internationally-unknown French stand-up comedian from America.

Clara’s humor is witty and observational and comes with a European twang. Clara performs regularly in French and in English.

Clara has appeared at the Laugh Fest 2019, SF Sketchfest 2019, Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018 & 2019, the Avignon Off Festival 2018, the San Francisco International Comedy Competition, the Charleston Comedy Festival, the Montreux Comedy Festival, the San Diego Comedy Festival... She’s opened for Norah Jones, she’s performed with Demetri Martin, Richard Lewis, Dana Gould, Jake Johannsen, Patrick Timsit, Gad Elmaleh, Anne Roumanoff, Robin Williams, Tom Papa, Paul Reiser, Laurie Kilmartin, Scott Capurro & many more.

In March 2019, Clara released her first comedy album, “Internationally Unknown.” She hosts a weekly podcast, “Exceptionally Regular People,” she’s a contributing writer to several humorous websites like her Twitter account, her Instagram account or her Medium account. She has a hit comedy show on Youtube called “My Review of Your Yelp Review.”

She lives with people in the Bay Area. She was once stranded on a broken escalator due to a power outage.