Erin Foley is a comedian, writer, comedic actress, and genuine talent powerhouse who continues to crush audiences nationwide with her hysterical view on life, spot-on humor, rapid-fire speech, and acerbic wit. Foley’s razor-sharp observational comedy has garnered her big laughs on popular shows and networks such as Conan, Arsenio Hall, Chelsea Lately, and Comedy Central both on @midnight as well as her own Comedy Central Presents special. She’s also a formidable live performer, having slayed the stages of the San Francisco Sketch Fest, Moontower Comedy Festival, and Limestone Comedy Festival.
Foley is currently the host of the Lifetime Channel’s Mixologist and a Movie, a cast member on Season One of How to Be A Grown-Up on TruTV, along with a supporting role in Jeff Garlin’s Handsome on Netflix and Cameron Crowe’s Almost Famous. Foley has also been successful as a writer, having written on the NBC sitcom One Big Happy, NPR’s Live From Here, and was a consulting producer on A&E’s unscripted comedy show Little Funny, both of which are produced by Ellen DeGeneres.
Most recently, Foley has received great critical acclaim with her podcast Sports Without Balls, which was just added to the All Things Comedy network. It’s no surprise that The Huffington Post listed Erin Foley in the Top 20 favorite female comedians, writing that she “offers smart comedy on politics, culture, sports, and commercialism that can appeal to anyone in an urban area or with a college degree”.