25 Ways to Make Money with Your Comedy

25 Ways to make money with comedy

When I started out as a comedian I wanted to learn all I could about the business. And watching my father go through his ups and downs financially as an actor, I looked at comedy, not as frivolity, but as a business. Once I did that, I saw all the possibilities and I focused on the ones that would give me the best return.

So I put together a quick list called 25 Ways to Make Money with Your Comedy.

Most don’t even know these avenues of revenue exist.

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5 Reasons to Use Imitation and Emulation to Learn Stand-up Comedy

From the time we are toddlers, we learn by watching and imitating. That’s how we learn to walk, to talk, to express ourselves.

Imitation is the ‘stem-cell’ of our learning ability.

So why not utilize this technique when learning how to be a comedian?

At first, it might seem like cheating, no?

And when . . . → Read More: 5 Reasons to Use Imitation and Emulation to Learn Stand-up Comedy

Comedian Lessons | How Not To Be Invited Back

There are a lot of sayings I remember from the greats, that stick with me to guide me and motivate me during my journey in comedy. I thought I’d share some with you while telling you a story in this comedy lesson that may help you learn to avoid not being invited back.

Spencer Tracy . . . → Read More: Comedian Lessons | How Not To Be Invited Back

How To Be A Funny Girl

“How can I be a funny girl? You can never find anything on how to be a funny girl!” This young lady said to me recently. Interesting question, because literally every single day I get asked questions about comedy; “How can I get into comedy?” “Can I learn to be funny?” “How do I get . . . → Read More: How To Be A Funny Girl

Treating Comedy Like Your Own Business

The business of Comedy can be brutal. Here’s a couple of simple tips to get you going on the right track.

Have you ever set up a lemonade stand as a kid? You thought it would be great putting your portable table out with a pitcher filled with lemonade and some paper cups and you . . . → Read More: Treating Comedy Like Your Own Business