Sunah Bilsted, a favorite in the local Los Angeles comedy scene has gained momentum by performing regularly at clubs like The Improv (Hollywood and Irvine), The Ice House, Flappers, a monthly residency at The Comedy Store (C Word Show), in addition to various high profile indie shows in town. In 2012, Sunah had the distinct pleasure of going on a world tour to perform for the troops and to her first festival, The Charleston Comedy Fest, who invited her back to headline in 2014. Raised on The Lower East Side of New York City, after surviving public school, seasons and puberty, she now livesdrivescries in Los Angeles.

Her first short film, '#twitterkills', which she wrote, produced, and starred in, won multiple awards on the festival circuit and finally found its online home as a Funny or Die 'Exclusive'.

Recent TV credits include writing and performing jokes for the AXS TV show 'MOCKpockalypse', 'Worlds Dumbest' on TRUTV, and 'Foursome: Walk of Shame' on Playboy TV.

Freelance writing includes work with Brim & Brew Productions, Team Design, and others, please contact for samples.

As an actress, Sunah recently turned in a small but deeply meaningful role on the upcoming “Corporate” pilot on Comedy Central. You’ve also seen her in the classic “Orgy Night” episode of the dearly departed series 'Party Down' on Starz and as a client with intent on 'Hung' on HBO. Film credits include the feature film 'The Angriest Man in Brooklyn' opposite the late Robin Williams, and 'happythankyoumoreplease', winner of the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Audience Award. IMDB link here.

As an alumna of The Upright Citizens Brigade and IO West, Sunah uses her background in improv to bring a fresh, dynamic presence to the stand-up stage. Her comedy has been described as honest, personal, witty, and absurd. And life changing.

Sunah Bilsted


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