Comedy Classes on How to be Funny
Do people say to you, “You’re so funny, you should be a comedian?”
Do you want to turn your sense of humor into a career?
Do you want to get more laughs?
If the answer is yes, then Judy Carter, the guru to aspiring stand-up comics, writers, and speakers provides the complete scoop on being—and writing—funny for money.
Let an expert speechwriter help you with your TED talk or speech.
Join Judy’s Online Comedy Webinar series as she interviews pro comics & writers
Note: Webinars are open to the public, however, enrolled students will get access and coaching during webinars.
Comedy Writing: How to get on Staff and Write for TV
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Join Judy Carter and Jo Miller (Executive Producer/ Showrunner Full Frontal with Samatha Bee) as they show you how comedy writers can their develop their voice, gain confidence, and submit themselves for TV jobs.
Join Judy Carter and Jo Miller for this webinar
PROFESSIONAL STANDUP COMICS TEACH BUSINESS WOMEN HOW TO DEAL WITH BOARDROOM HECKLERS
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Join professional celebrity comics (Alycia Cooper & Kira Soltanovich) for a webinar on how to handle hecklers in all the audiences of your career. This is going to be a wild class.
COMEDY JAM: How to Write for Late Night TV with Gabe Abelson, former head writer for David Letterman
(You must be a current TMOY or Comedy Class Student to attend)
At 8 years old, Judy Carter was an entrepreneur doing magic shows for birthday parties. By 11 she was her own marketing department, coming home from finger painting class and making sales calls.
She went on to become a standup comic, appearing on over 100 TV shows, as well as opening for Prince and playing Vegas and Atlantic city as well as headlining comedy clubs.
As an author, Judy doesn’t like to brag, but she did write the Bible. No joke, she’s the author of “The Comedy Bible,” (Simon and Schuster) as well as “Standup Comedy: The Book,” (Random House). Both books are attributed to launching the careers of many successful comics such as Seth Rogan, Maz Jabrani, and many others.
Currently, Judy is an international keynote speaker and speaking coach on the power of personal stories and humor to inspire others. Judy’s message of using humor as a transformational tool led to her being featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Oprah Winfrey Show, CNN, as well as being a frequent contributor to NPR’s “All Things Considered” and a weekly blogger for Entrepreneur Magazine.
Her latest book,“The Message of You: Turn Your Life Story into a Speaking Career,” teaches readers how to become her competition.