Adrianne Frost

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Adrianne Frost
Born (1972-10-16) October 16, 1972 (age 44)
Lincoln, Nebraska
Occupation comedian, author, and actress

Adrianne Frost (born October 16, 1972) is an American comedian, author, and actress. She is best known for her work on Comedy Central's The Daily Show and VH1's Best Week Ever.

She was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. but grew up in Louisiana. She attended the University of Southwestern Louisiana.[1]

In 2002, she became a correspondent on The Daily Show, but left the show later that year. In 2004, she became a panelist on Best Week Ever, and stayed until 2007. In 2006, she published her first book I Hate Other People's Kids. She was published in the "Signet Book of American Humor" in 2004 and in "[Rejected: Tales of The Failed Dumped and Canceled][1]" in 2009. Her comic writing can be found on and

She has appeared on Nurse Jackie, Law & Order, Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Law and Order: SVU, 30 Rock, and Late Night with Conan O'Brien. Adrianne made her feature film debut in Ticking Clock with Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Neil McDonough. She was featured in "Bert and Arnie's Guide To Friendship", released in 2012, and "Lovehunter", released in 2013. Most recently, she was on CBS's "Bull" (Episode 17, "Name Game"). Adrianne will next be seen in the movie "Shotgun", slated for release in 2018.

She has also been featured in over a dozen nationally syndicated commercials.

Currently, Adrianne performs in Gong Show Live, playing drunken D-list actress Rhonda Smith Duffy Chorus. She is also a 7 time champion of the Manhattan Monologue Slam and was the Grand National Champion for 2010. She has appeared on the NY stage performing improvisation, stand up and storytelling at such venues as Tribeca Y, the UCB Theatre, Caroline's Comedy Club, Gotham Comedy Club, The People's Improv Theatre, The Magnet and various other venues around the city. Outside of NY, she has performed at the Chicago Improv Festival, Orlando's Foolfest, the Funny Women's Festival, Portland and Toronto Improv Festivals and at London's Pleasance Theatre.


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