Julia Scotti is a very busy lady. In addition to performing standup in top venues coast to coast, you may have seen her on the “Today Show with Hoda and Jenna” and on Showtime where she was featured on the “More Funny Women of a Certain Age” special.
Or, it might even be in, Susan Sandler’s acclaimed documentary “Julia Scotti; Funny that Way” now streaming https://geni.us/JuliaScottiFilm.
This year saw Julia starring as Joy in the short film drama “Relatable Joy” and she recently scored a cameo in the Judd Apatow/Universal Pictures film “Bros,” starring Billy Eichner for release next year.
As if that weren’t enough, Julia recorded her latest comedy album for 800 Pound Gorilla Records titled “Primal Cuts” and a Dry Bar Comedy Special coming soon. Her first album “Hello Boys, I’m Back!” is still climbing and available for download.
Her press kit continues to grow monthly with the latest being a featured interview in HUSTLER Magazine October 2021 issue.
Simon Cowell said, “you genuinely made me laugh!” and Julia continues to remain a fan favorite of America’s Got Talent audiences around the world. She has been named one of the Top Five Transgendered Comedians in the Country by Advocate Magazine.
Find out why “Deadline,” the industry magazine, has called Julia ‘Our Next Betty White.’
For more info, go to www.juliascotti.com