Yes, I Can Say That: Judy Gold has been making audiences laugh for more than 3 ½ decades with her brutally honest, fearless and no holds barred sense of humor. A master at the craft of stand-up comedy, she consistently appeals to all generations and backgrounds. Her hilarious new show gives us something we all desperately need right now, a space to stop taking ourselves so seriously and to start laughing again.

Judy has had stand-up specials on HBO, Comedy Central and LOGO. She has written and starred in two critically acclaimed, Off-Broadway hit shows: The Judy Show – My Life as a Sitcom (Outer Critics Circle Nomination), and 25 Questions for a Jewish Mother (GLAAD Media Award – Outstanding NY Theater, Drama Desk Nomination – Actor). Judy received rave reviews as Gremio in The Public Theater’s all female production of The Taming of The Shrew for Shakespeare in the Park. She also co-starred in Off-Broadway’s Clinton! The Musical, and Disaster! The Musical.

Judy plays the role of Chaya on FX’s Better Things. She guest starred on CBS’ Madame Secretary and on the Showtime series I’m Dying Up Here. She has had recurring roles Netflix’s Friends from College and TBS’ Search Party. Judy is the host of the hit podcast, Kill Me Now. She has appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and The Tonight Show. From 1999-2010, Judy was the host of HBO’s At the Multiplex with Judy Gold. Judy also won two Emmy awards for writing and producing The Rosie O’Donnell Show.

She is the author of the new book YES, I CAN SAY THAT – When They Come for the Comedians We’re All in Trouble which debuted as the number 1 comedy release on Amazon and was featured in the New York Times Book Review. Judy has made numerous appearances on The View, The Today Show, The Wendy Williams Show. She often pops up on The Food Network, but please do not mention Chopped All Stars to her, or Rachel vs. Guy for that matter.

Judy’s newest comedy album, Conduct Unbecoming, and her previous albums, Kill Me Now and Judith’s Roommate Had a Baby are available wherever you get your music.



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25 Questions for a Jewish Mother: Part memoir and part stand-up routine, this hilarious and affecting play breaks down just what makes Jewish mothers so lamentable, laughable, and lovable. Seamlessly weaving actual interviews with Jewish mothers across the United States together with memories from her childhood and own experiences as a Jewish mother, she explores it all: rugelach to rabbis, matzoh to marriage, Ann Landers to Anne Frank, and guilt to G-D. 


Winner of 2007 Glaad Media Award for Outstanding NY Theater and Nominated for Drama Desk Best Solo Performance