Lisa Landry came up through the famed New York comedy circuit to become an audience favorite at clubs, colleges and theaters all over the country. Originally known for her material about being a Type Eh tequila freak married to a Type A control freak, since Landry’s on-going divorce, which commenced in 2012 and like the arms race, never ends, Lisa’s built an entirely new act around living life as the single mom she’s always wanted to be, since the birth of her son, Ari.
Landry recently completed two Las Vegas residencies, headlining her own nightly show nightly on the Strip, at both The Stratosphere, and then Planet Hollywood, throughout 2016. This Spring, Lisa will be featured in the Vegas episode of an upcoming A & E reality series “Little Funny”, produced by Ellen Degeneres. She has appeared on CBS’ “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, where she received a standing ovation, ABC’s “Comics Unleashed”, “Stand Up In Stilettos” on The TV Guide Network & was told she is the “edgiest” comic to appear on “The Bonnie Hunt Show” on NBC. She starred in her own half-hour special, “Comedy Central Presents Lisa Landry.”
Landry’s CD “Put Your Keys in the Key Bowl was selected by iTunes as one of the “Top 10 Best Comedy CD’s of 2008. She is one of a handful of comedians chosen by TBS for their “We Know Funny” series of stand-up style commercials. She’s also performed on Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and co-starred on NBC’s “Law and Order: SVU”. Her comedy bits are played in heavy rotation on radio stations all over the country. In 2015, Landry dropped her fourth album, dedicated to all her ex’s, titled: “Compliments Below the Waist”.
The Louisiana native was featured on “Brett Butler’s Southern Belles of Comedy” DVD which is available on Netflix. She did commentary for CMT’s “20 Greatest Redneck Moments” where Landry was chosen as a “Top Pick” by TV Guide.
Her guest appearances include “Bob and Tom Show” where she was recently selected for their “Best of 2011” show, Fox’s “Morning Show with Mike and Juliet”, Fox’s “Redeye” and the “Hollyweird” segment on MSNBC’s “Scarborough Country”. For four years, Landry was a comedy writer for US Weekly Magazine. Punchline Magazine describes Landry best: “She’s an incredibly skilled comedian, a controlling presence onstage and a master of pacing and delivery.”