Sally Brooks is a nationally touring stand-up comedian, writer and podcaster whose personal stories of misadventure and fun-loving, smart-assed nature were honed in the back rooms of bars in Cincinnati, Ohio and now make her a favorite at the top clubs and colleges across the country. She is the cohost of Dumb Love, a comedy podcast about the dumb things people will do for love. Her album, "Brooks Was Here" was released by Rooftop Comedy and debuted at the top of the iTunes Comedy charts. According to Pandora Radio "Sally Brooks unleashes a relentless wit on her debut album." The Laugh Button said she is "one of the hardest working comics in the business" and called her a "rising star." 


Sally has appeared on NBC's SeeSo, the Bob & Tom Show, SIRUS/XM and Audible's Limelight. She had a residency with the PIT Presents at the Peoples' Improv Theater in NYC and has been invited to perform at many festivals including Limestone, Laughing Skull, the New York Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy, and Gilda's LaughFest. Sally is the creator of the popular Suzy Jenkins web series, which served as an inspiration for the HULU show "Mother UP!".

Some places Sally has performed:

Festivals: 2021 & 2019 Red Clay, 2016 Laughing Skull, 2016 Crom Fest, 2015 New York Comedy Festival, 2015 Gilda's LaughFest, 2014 SLO Comedy Fest, 2013 & 2015 Limestone Comedy Festival, 2012 Boston Comedy Festival, 2012 North Carolina Comedy Arts, 2011 Women in Comedy, 2011 Cape Fear Comedy Festival, Cincinnati Brew Ha Ha (2008-2019)


Clubs where Sally has featured or headlined (partial list, email if you'd like to know more): 

St. Louis Funny Bone (headlined)

Go Bananas Comedy Club (headlined)
Comedy Caravan (headlined)

Arcade Comedy Theater (headlined)

Speakeasy Comedy Club (headlined)

The Drop Comedy Club (headlined)

Bonkerz Comedy Clubs (headlined)

The Comedy Attic

Pittsburgh Improv

Omaha Funny Bone

Crackers Comedy Clubs

Skyline Comedy Club

Dr. Grin's

Jacksonville Comedy Club

Dayton Funny Bone

Wiley's Comedy Niteclub




West Virginia University

University of Kentucky

Davis & Elkins College

University of Maine, Macchias


Booking agencies: Funny Business (headliner), Comedy Zone, Bonkerz (headliner)

Nice things people have written about Sally:

Brooklyn Magazine Feature on Album Release

Pandora names "Brooks Was Here" Pick of the Week

The Laugh Button names "Brooks Was Here" a Cool Thing to Buy

Morgantown Magazine Interview

Interview with BanterGirl


Other random credits:


Sally's worked with: Marc Maron, Kevin Nealon, Bobcat Goldthwait, Tom Green, Tom Arnold, Fortune Feimster, Greg Proops, Dan Cummins, Chad Daniels and lots more!​

  • Heard on Sirus/XM Radio, Pandora

  • Heard on Audible's "Limelight" with Hal Sparks

  • Comedy Central UP NEXT

  • Web Series, "Suzy Jenkins" viewed over 1.5 million times

  • Tours with the Best Buds of Comedy 


Email for a full list of credits and references