Who are the funniest black female comedians of 2022? A great stand-up comic must be one tough cookie. Whether a comedian is observational, situational, absurdist, blue collar, abstract, dark, alternative, or a long form storyteller, all of the funniest black women comedians are unique, hardworking, and hilarious. Who is the funniest black female comedian in 2022? Which of the best black women stand up comedians do you love?
When it comes to the funniest black women right now, old school stand up comics like Tiffany Haddish and Leslie Jones are atop the list, while also among some of the funniest comedians of all time. Black woman stand up comedians like Ms. Pat, Gina Yashere, and Nicole Byer, have their claims to the title as well. Lest we forget hilarious female black comedians like Ziwe Fumudoh, Yamaneika Saunders, and Issa Rae.
Vote up the best black female stand up comedians of 2022, and help decide who are the funniest female black comedians this year! Then check out the funniest black male comedians of 2022!
- Photo: parissashay / instagramParis Sashay is a comedienne, actor, writer and producer from Washington, DC, currently residing in New York. Her command as a seasoned storyteller makes even the mundane experience feel like an adventure. Audiences across the country fall in love with her infectious laugh, wit, and style.
- Jessica Williams (born April 29, 1985), known professionally as Punkie Johnson, is an American comedian, actress, and writer. Johnson was a stand-up comedian at The Comedy Store, and became a featured player on Saturday Night Live starting in its forty-sixth season.
- Patricia "Ms. Pat" Williams (born April 2, 1972) is an American stand-up comedian and actress known for The Ms. Pat Show, and host of the podcast The Patdown with Ms. Pat.
- Photo: monroeflame / instagramFlame Monroe is an American comedienne, hostess, emcee and actor. Flame's introduction to audiences in the United States and abroad has been anything but traditional. With more than two decades honing the art of female impersonator in clubs starting in the Windy City and now across the country under her wig, the most challenging role has been that of single parent to three academically gifted and creative children; Flame describes it as AM Dad/PM Drag!