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    NY Comedian Kyle Ocasio Keeps Audiences In Stitches!

     
    The days when people thought of stand-up comedy as being a “man’s world” are long gone. Kyle Ocasio is quickly rising as one of the top women in the comedy scene. She performs at most major clubs in the Tri State area and across the country.

    Her style is autobiographical with hilarious takes on marriage and the challenge of raising three kids in New York City. Her brutal honesty about the illusions of marriage make her both relateable and entertaining.
    She has appeared on MTV and is the host of Parent Society TV's "What'd you call My Baby?!"

    In her stand up, she has the ability to take ordinary mundane topics and turn them into insightful comedic revelations. From being afraid of her daughters "creepy dolls" to asking why a loving God would put toe hair on women, Kyle leaves nothing off limits.
    She keeps her fire burning by keeping it relative, her act is all about the everyday struggles of a wife, mother and business woman. This is something many of today's women can relate to. It helps women handle everyday stress with a smile, after all laughter "IS" the best medicine!

    Cleveland, Ohio native Kyle Ocasio has been called “the funniest reluctant wife and mother” by Comic Bible Magazine. She regularly entertains audiences in all major clubs in New York City and across the country.

    She captivates people with her brutal honesty about the disillusions of marriage and motherhood. Her material is both hilarious and relatable. From being scared of her daughter’s creepy dolls to asking why a loving god would put toe hair on women, Kyle never fails to deliver an original take on topics in a woman’s life. She has the ability to turn ordinary mundane ideas into comedic gold.

    She began her professional career as a ballet dancer but didn’t have the stomach for bulimia so she began acting in the mid 1990’s. She performed in numerous plays and co-founded “Urban Workshop” a sketch comedy troupe in New York City.

    She is a regular guest on Breakthrough radio’s “The Black and the Jew Comedy Hour” as well as a popular contributor to the cable show Spic N Spanish. You can also catch her performing regularly at Broadway Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club or Gotham Vintage Lounge.

    She currently lives in New York City with her husband and three children but if you have a better offer let her know.

    Learn more about Kyle here and stay up to date on her shows:

    http://www.kyleocasio.com/

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