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Recently named one of Variety’s “10 Comics to Watch of 2016,” comedian Cameron Esposito has been called “the Future of Comedy” by Jay Leno. She has appeared on CONAN, Last Call with Carson Daly, @midnight, Maron, Adventure Time and a recurring panelist position on E's Chelsea Lately. Cameron recently appeared in Garry Marshall’s feature film Mother’s Day. Upcoming features include Operator, First Girl I Loved, and Sleight.
Most recently, Cameron’s comedy series, Take My Wife, premiered on NBC’s new subscription based platform, Seeso, following her one-hour comedy special Marriage Material, which premiered on Seeso in March 2016. She also has a digital series, called She Said, on Amy Poehler’s Smart Girls website. Cameron's stand-up album, Same Sex Symbol, debuted at #1 on the iTunes comedy charts and was named a “Best of 2014 Comedy Album” by The AV Club.
"One of the most exciting young stand-ups” according to EW, Cameron hosts her own stand-up show, Put Your Hands Together, every Tuesday night in Los Angeles. Named a “Comic to Watch” by LA Weekly, Time Out Los Angeles, and Cosmopolitan Magazine, Cameron is firmly cemented as one of pop culture's most visible and beloved young LGBT activists and advocates.
As a writer, Cameron's work has been featured on VICE and The Advocate, and she maintains a bi-weekly column for The AV Club. She is currently working on her first book, which will be published by Grand Central Publishing and as a scripted show for FX.