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Judy Carter – author, speaker, and Goddess of Comedy has appeared on more than 100 television shows. Oprah herself said, “Judy Carter can show you how to make your sense of humor payoff.” And that’s exactly what she’s done. Her latest book – The Comedy Bible (Simon & Schuster) – is the definitive guide to...read the rest
Judy Carter – author, speaker, and Goddess of Comedy has appeared on more than 100 television shows. Oprah herself said, “Judy Carter can show you how to make your sense of humor payoff.” And that’s exactly what she’s done. Her latest book – The Comedy Bible (Simon & Schuster) – is the definitive guide to making a career out of making people laugh.
As an entertainer not only has Judy performed in Las Vegas and Atlantic City, but she was nomiated for Atlantic City Entertainer of the Year.
As a speaker and trainer, Judy has a “Big Message” that gets even “Bigger Laughs.” She inspires people to use their sense of humor to transform problems into punch lines so they can decrease stress, increase profits… without gaining weight!
Judy’s expertise at teaching others to use comedy to transform their lives and careers has created a nationwide demand for her as a corporate speaker, comedy coach, comedy writer and workshop leader. Her messages include: Stress Management, Leadership Skills, Conflict Resolution, and Whining Reduction. Judy has been the closing keynoter for: Fedex, Blue Cross, Revlon, Pfizer, Lucent, Xerox and many others.
Judy’s success in corporate comedy has generated feature articles in the Wall Street Journal, LA Times, New York Times and Success Magazine to name a few. She has also been featured on many National TV shows such as CNN, ABC World News and Oprah as well as a regular contributor to National Public Radio. She lives in Venice California.read less
Judy Carter in Media
You can't spell "MESSAGE" without "M-E-S-S" by Judy Carter, Humorist
We’ve all had painful things happen to us: rotten childhoods, financial disasters, and a final episode of LOST that was a complete disappointment. Conventional wisdom has said that we need to get over it, snap out of it, or just move on. But it isn’t always that easy. In my own life I’ve tried having my head shrunk, chanting some… ... read more