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Adrianne Frost  
 
Artists Entertainment Agency 212-869-7093  
Height: 5' 4" Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
     
Film & Television    
   
Law and Order Lois Schatzberg NBC (Arthur Forney, dir.)
Best Week Ever Panelist (2004-2007) VH-1
30 Rock Lady NBC
The Today Show Herself (Commentator) NBC
Showbiz Tonight Herself (Commentator) CNN Headline News
Fox and Friends Herself (Commentator) Fox News Channel
Glenn Beck Herself (Commentator) CNN Headline News
Law and Order Gail Burke NBC (David Platt, dir.)
Law and Order: SVU Marva NBC (David Platt, dir.)
Law and Order: Criminal Intent Leslie Dorman NBC (Darnell Martin, dir.)
The Daily Show w/ Jon Stewart Correspondent Comedy Central
Lifegame Principal The National Net. (TNN)
Good Day New York Featured Performer FOX-TV
     
Theatre    
   
Mortified Herself West Side Y
The Rejection Show Herself PS122
Then… Again Various Pleasance Theatre (London)
Cherry Bomb      Various The PIT
Normalville Various The PIT
Hollywood Nurses Kris, Taffy, Laredo, Nurse Stone Chashama
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) Jess NE Theatre
An Evening at the Starlite Motor Inn Various Metro Playhouse
goga Principal Bank Street Theater
Chicago City Limits (NY's longest running Off-Broadway comedy revue) Principal (National Tour Co./Mainstage) Chicago City Limits Theater
Comedy All-Stars Principal Friar's Club
     
Stand-Up Comedy & Improvisation  
 
Caroline's, Toyota Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, Poole Party, Chicago, New York, Portland, Orlando, and Toronto Improv Festivals
Headliners: Funny Womens' Festival (Chicago), Foolfest (Orlando)
     
Commercial    
   
List available upon request.    
     
Special Skills    
   
Funny as all get out.
Stand-up Comedy , Writing (Rejected 2008, I Hate Other Peoples' Kids (pub. Simon & Shuster, March 2006), Easter is Cancelled (featured in Signet of American Humor, 2004), original and improvised characters, comedy writing, singing (Alto), driving (A/S)
Dialects: Southern (all regions), British, Brooklynese, Cajun, Cockney, French, Irish, Italian, Midwestern, New Orleanian, Hispanic, Russian, and countless others.