Pamela Ross is a New York City-based comedian and writer. She covers pop culture, politics, and the Internet for Someecards.com and edits WICF Daily, the Women In Comedy Festival’s news and humor site.
She’s performed in festivals across the country, including Limestone, Women In Comedy, Boston Comedy, Hell Yes Fest, and Out Of Bounds. She’s appeared on regional television three times (jealous?) and was interviewed by an alternative weekly in Vermont about queefs. Her Twitter’s gained notice from Mara Wilson, Billy Eichner, Junglepussy, and Miles Teller, whose stans were in her mentions for weeks.
Her writing’s appeared places like McSweeney’s, Yahoo!, and Upworthy, and she made her SiriusXM debut in May 2018 on Emma Willmann’s “The Check Spot.” She co-produces and co-hosts Just Come! every Tuesday at The Graham in East Williamsburg.
One time in Atlanta Janeane Garofalo was kind enough to offer her an éclair, which she accepted.
The Comedy Studio
The Hartford Funny Bone
Vermont Comedy Club
Improv Asylum (opening for Asperger's Are Us)
The Rockwell (formerly Davis Square Theatre), Somerville
Nick’s Comedy Stop
The PIT (Peoples Improv Theatre)
Greenwich Village Comedy Club
University of Massachusetts, Boston