If you haven’t heard of Lace Larrabee, you will soon. Lace is a nationally touring comedian, actress, and host whose debut comedy album, White Trash Cinderella, produced by 800 Pound Gorilla Records, sealed the number one spot on the comedy charts. The accompanying YouTube special amassed over 1 million views and counting.
A former southern beauty queen, Lace ditched the pageants but kept her dominant stage presence, unrivaled timing and trademark sass. As a season 17 semifinalist on America’s Got Talent, America loved her charming wit so much, NBC brought her back to roast Simon Cowell alongside Roastmaster General himself, Jeff Ross. Lace turned her appearance on AGT into a Vegas residency as host of America’s Got Talent Superstars Live.
For over a decade, Lace has been honing her self-deprecating humor and hilarious personal anecdotes into a style that is fiercely her own. Lace can captivate a room and garner laughs as big as her personality. From tales of growing up in a trailer to relatable observations on friends, family, and aging, Lace turns life’s humiliating moments into an indomitable act of comedy. Lace’s candor, perspicacity, and refreshingly real takes on life make comedians want to be her, audiences want to be best friends with her.
Offstage, Lace and fellow comedian Katherine Blanford (The Tonight Show) co-host a juicy podcast called Cheaties that delights in the raw messiness of love, life, and mistakes we all make. Each week, this snarky duo interviews guests who divulge their own stories of cheating or being cheated on and how they overcome.
Lace is a regular favorite on Sirius XM and has two upcoming specials dropping in 2024 through OFTV and Rhizome Comedy. Lace’s charisma radiates and her writing and delivery are undeniable. Lace has found her voice and is passionate about empowering others to find and use theirs too.