Recently named one of Variety’s 10 Comics to Watch of 2016, comedian Cameron Esposito has been called “the Future of Comedy” by Jay Leno, and has appeared on CONAN (TBS), Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC), @midnight (Comedy Central), Maron (IFC), Adventure Time (Cartoon Network) and a recurring panelist position on E’s Chelsea Lately.
Last year, Cameron appeared in Gary Marshall’s “Mother’s Day” for Open Road and IM Global, opposite Julia Roberts, Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. Most recently she can be seen in the feature “Sleight,” (Sundance premiere) opposite Jacob Latimore, Dule Hill and Sasheer Zamata, among others. Cameron also recently hosted the GLAAD Media Awards.
Cameron’s GLAAD-nominated comedy series, “Take My Wife,” just finished shooting its second season, following her one hour comedy special “Marriage Material,” which premiered on Seeso in March 2016. Named a “Comic to Watch” by LA Weekly, Time Out Los Angeles, and Cosmopolitan Magazine, Cameron has been firmly cemented as one of pop culture’s most visible and beloved young LGBT activists and advocates.
Cameron’s #1 on iTunes standup album, Same Sex Symbol, was named a Best of 2014 Comedy Album by The AV Club. She was named one of 2014’s Comedians of the Year by Paste Magazine, an Artist to Watch in 2015 by Los Angeles Magazine and Comedian of the Year for 2014 by Consequence of Sound.
She is currently working on her first book which will be published by Grand Central Publishing as well as her podcast “Queery with Cameron Esposito.”