Nancy Lombardo has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. She was the leading member of the award winning comedy troupe The First Amendment, performing with the likes of Robin Williams and Bruce Willis. Her skills as a writer and comedy coach have made her one of the most sought after talents in New York.
Nancy was a comedy consultant to John Leguizamo's Off-Broadway hit Mambo Mouth and wrote additional material for his HBO Special, The Talent Pool. She was also staff writer and performer for Leguizamo’s H.I.P- FOX comedy show, “House of Buggin."
Recent credits include The Colin Quinn Show NBC, Saturday Night Live as a dancing Greek in the opening Monologue, and a crazed Oprah fan. On “All my Children” and as a Court Judge on PBS.
Ms. Lombardo has been featured as a writer and performer on radio, network and cable television including, Comedy Tonight, Nickelodeon and the Comedy Channel. She also can be seen weekly on her Public access show The Nancy Lombardo Show channel 56/83 NYC and live worldwide on the internet WWW.MNN.ORG channel 56. Nancy is also the host of Comedy Concepts blog talk radio. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Comedy-Concepts
She has written for Penthouse and Cracked magazine and created Ms. Quotable, a comic strip for Lady's Circle Magazine and is the writer and voices for John Goodwin's computer animated short, “The Robot Factory."
Nancy was a winner of the Toyota Comedy Festivals "Laughter in Motion” and a Cable Arts Insight Comedy Award." Spot-lighted more than once in *Backstage, as both comedian and writer, she currently indulges her taste for the irreverent in her Stand Up Comedy and one woman show, "Jazz Housewife."
Nancy is the host and creator of MOMEDY™, part of the International Mamapalooza Festival held every May in New York City. She recently roasted Vincent Pastore of Soprano fame and is a new member of The Friars club.
Nancy has been featured in numerous periodicals and her comedy was recently featured in the upcoming book “If you give a mom a martini”. Nancy also has the audacity to have sung for Barbra Streisand and be proud of it.