funnywoman

fun·ny·wom·an

 (fŭn′ē-wo͝om′ən)
n.
A humorous woman, especially one who is a professional comedian.
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COMEDY Jo Caulfield Funnywoman Jo Caulfield is among a good line-up of comics at the Glee, which also includes Prince Abdi, Mickey D and Andrew Bird.
After cracking the US with her first Hollywood film, 2015 keeps getting better for the funnywoman.
Mark Steel (right) |comes to the RSC on October 11, for a live show hosted by funnywoman Shappi Khorsandi (below) and with support from Seann Walsh (left)
With her quick wit and photogenic looks, the Irish funnywoman has been a dream choice for panel games such as QI and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and she's taken to sitcoms like a duck to water.
Funnywoman Josie Long is on the road with her new show Cara Josephine On Tour following sell-out success at the Edinburgh Fringe last year.
But before the Hollywood hunk received his trophy and gave another infamous acceptance speech, co-host funnywoman Tina Fey took a cheeky aim at him.
Plus, funnywoman Miranda Hart and X Factor veteran Ella Henderson also guest.
THE MEKONG RIVER WITH SUE PERKINS (BBC2, Sunday, 8pm, regions vary) ACTRESS, funnywoman and Great British Bake Off presenter Sue Perkins embarks on an incredible adventure, exploring South East Asia's greatest river - The Mekong.
Award-winning British-Muslim funnywoman Shazia Mirza laughs in the face of fashion as she talks jogging bottoms and hot pants with MARION McMULLEN What are you wearing now?
A PSYCHIC funnywoman is urging women to grab their men's lives by the balls.
It may be argued that the funnywoman was the film's main draw.
Image: Morose funnywoman Best known for: Acerbic gags about men Early life: Born May 3, 1957, in Kent.