Jen O'Neill Smith is a stand up comedian based in Atlanta, GA. Being a wife and mother of two small children, Jen specializes in parenting and relationship humor. "I love my daughter, I do...but I just feel like if we weren't related...there is no way that we would be friends in real life". She has performed all over the country and has been featured on many festivals including Limestone Comedy Festival, Women In Comedy Festival, and the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival just to name a few. Jen is available to perform at your next bridal shower, baby shower, corporate event...or anywhere else that you might need some comic relief! If you have an event, she's ready to make you laugh!
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 5 - 45 minutes
What to Expect
Jen is available to do anywhere from 10-45 minutes of stand up comedy. If you prefer to to have multiple comics, she would be happy to bring other talented and reliable comedians with her. She can keep her material clean and family friendly if preferred.
Jen O’Neill Smith is a stand up comedian from Atlanta, GA. She has produced and co-produced many comedy shows including Schlitz and Giggles Stand Up Comedy Showcase, Brunchlines, and Date Night: A Sensual Comedy Experience. Jen has had the pleasure of performing on many festivals including the Limestone Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, Accidental Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Laugh your Asheville Off, Memphis Comedy Festival, Bird City Comedy Festival, Devil Cup and Hell Yes Fest. When Jen is not writing jokes about her family she spends most of her free time begging for forgiveness and riding bikes in the park.
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