funnywoman

fun·ny·wom·an

 (fŭn′ē-wo͝om′ən)
n.
A humorous woman, especially one who is a professional comedian.
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The Irish funnywoman will take the reins on the five-part show that will be filmed in Dublin's Olympia Theatre next year.
The singer and funnywoman will perform her favourite Streisand songs linked with stories about the life of the star and the similarities between them.
The disproportionate figure did not check out, considering she has at least 1.3 million Twitter followers, whom the funnywoman called out in jest in her video.
The 84 year-old Ohio-born funnywoman (pictured right) will give audiences a taste of her new show at The Square Bar in Crieff on Saturday, July 28, ahead of an appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe.
But when Cuoco asked Parsons' onscreen partner, Mayim Bialik, to greet him, the funnywoman refused to do as she was asked.
Funnywoman Dawn French strolls off with a few treats after relaxing at a cafe.
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.
The Scottish funnywoman is back in panto at the King's Theatre, Glasgow, this time in Aladdin.
The 78-year-old funnywoman was shown getting medicinal cannabis from a dispensary in California before puffing it from a pipe while sitting in her car with a pal.
Name Jo Brand Image Larger-than-life funnywoman Best Known For Acerbic gags about men Early Life Born May 3, 1957, in Kent.