Fielding Edlow is a writer, performer and stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles whom Variety calls “a gifted scripter with virtuoso material.” She was recently named one of the “six funniest women in Los Angeles right now” (Pure Wow). Her debut half-hour special Can’t Say Slut is now streaming on Amazon Prime (Comedy Dynamics). Past credits include: ‘Roxie’ on Bojack Horseman, Behind the Candelabra, Get Shorty and she was 10 weeks pregnant (not tiramisu bloat) in Magic Mike. Her solo show, Coke-Free J.A.P. , was performed in the NYC Fringe Festival (Backstage’s “Best of Fringe award”) and then had a four-month, sold-out run in LA at the McCadden Theatre and was subsequently developed as a half-hour comedy pilot at Showtime. She is the creator and star of the award-winning web series Bitter Homes and Gardens and is currently developing the half-hour pilot for cable. Her latest solo work Gaslighting is My Love Language will premiere Summer 2023. She is a native New Yorker.
From venerable stand-up venues like the Laugh Factory to upstart stages like NerdMelt (in the back of a comic book store), L.A. is home to some serious comedic talent. And despite the fact that these ladies are heavily hyphenated (aka… (read more)
In “ICU,” playwright Fielding Edlow diagnoses dark humor in the most dysfunctional family this side of Eugene O’Neill’s Tyrone clan. Here, they’re upper-middle-class New York Jews, snarling and kvetching through the striking environmental staging by Circle X Theatre Company at… (read more)
What can be said about a 22-year-old Jewish-American princess who has been off her joy powder for 92 days and is about to go on her first blind date? A lot, according to scripter Fielding Edlow and her alter ego,… (read more)
Fielding Edlow Hometown: New York City Current Town: Los Angeles Q: What are you working on now?… (read more)
Fielding Edlow’s The Something-Nothing is a hilarious, biting, highly original look at a 20something love triangle in pre-9/11 New York City.… (read more)
In the opening paragraph of the 2004 Daily Variety review of Fielding Edlow’s one-person play, Coke Free J.A.P., at the 55-seat Complex Dorie Theater in Hollywood, the critic wrote, “What can be said about a 22-year-old Gotham-bred Jewish-American princess who… (read more)
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