Delanie Fischer started doing stand-up at UC Santa Barbara, where she frequently took the stage at Laughology, a student-run comedy show. After graduation, she immersed herself in the Los Angeles comedy scene, co-producing and co-hosting The Nine Drink Minimum, which quickly became one of the most popular live shows in LA, featuring some of the biggest names in comedy from the comfort of her mother’s living room. A graduate of The Second City Conservatory and UCB Improv, Delanie co-created, co-produced, and co-starred in the improvised web series, Two Inches Apart, which was nominated for best comedic ensemble at LA Webfest.
Delanie has been featured on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly and was a series regular on Fox’s Laughs. Her other TV appearances include Fox's Punchline, Hulu’s Stand Up and Deliver, Lifetime’s Prank My Mom, VH1’s Walk of Shame Shuttle, and WEtv’s Bye Felicia. This fall, you’ll also be able to catch her appearing in a film she co-wrote, which is set to air on the Lifetime Movie Network.
Delanie performs nationally and internationally at clubs, colleges, festivals, theatres, and military events. Formerly a creative consultant on a Nickelodeon TV show now in its third season, she is currently the co-host of the Self-Helpless podcast with fellow comedians Taylor Tomlinson and Kelsey Cook.
Despite these accomplishments, Delanie’s mother is convinced that she will never give her grandchildren, and is currently seeking them elsewhere.