Madison Shepard

Standup/Writer/Mulattress

Bio

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Madison is from Los Angeles, California by way of Dallas, Texas. She is a standup comedian, writer, actress, and host. 

Most recently Madison performed standup on the Comedy Central showcase, Comics to Watch at The Hollywood Improv. She has opened for Maria Bamford, Al Jackson, and Colin Kane

She produces the popular monthly comedy show, Gentrification, with the Thigh Gap Comedy crew.  Her standup has been featured on WhoHaHa, Funny or Die, Buzzfeed, and Refinery 29. And she has performed at The San Francisco Sketch Festival, Broke LA Festival, and Laugh Riot Grrrl Festival. 

In 2018, Madison played a small role on the upcoming Comedy Central Pilot, The New Negroes, directed by Lance Bangs

In 2018, Madison created, wrote, and voiced two short animated cartoon’s for Comedy Central Digital’s Saturday Morning-ish Cartoons. Corn Hole is about Madison’s hatred of the game corn hole and Chicken Hole is about Madison’s dead grandmother’s slut shaming her.

Recently, she performed standup on Put Your Hands Together. She also has been a panelist on FOX's Empire Pre-Show Live. 

Madison also has a recurring roles in the hilarious webseries, Porn Soup as well as the cartoon webseries, Tiffany The Teenage Grim Reaper created by Lauren Rantala.

In 2015, Madison produced and starred in the sketch show Smile, Baby which tackled catcalling at The Hollywood Fringe Festival with The Others Theater Company. There she won a Encore Producer's Award for her work.

Madison studied acting at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts as well as The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London. 

 

 

“Being single is all fun and games until a bitch needs to move and then it’s like “Heeeeeyyy lover boy can we barter your physical labor for my emotional labor?”

-Madison Shepard