Lace Larrabee, formerly of Glennville, is an Atlanta-based actor and nationally touring stand-up comedian who can be seen at clubs from coast to coast. She made it to television screens on June 21, 2022, the night her America’s Got Talent audition aired.
The final cut appeared to be edited down from an already brief two minutes and 30 seconds set, but the jokes that did make it on air got the judges laughing.
Larrabee made it to the next round. America’s Got Talent airs Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on NBC and is available the next day on Peacock.
Festival credits include; the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival, She Devil, Asheville Comedy Fest, Limestone, Red Clay, Accidental, Comedy Fort, She Dot Festival in Toronto, and more.
The 38-year-old was named "2018 Best Local Comedian" by the readers of Creative Loafing Magazine.
Lace has opened for such comedy favorites as Tig Notaro, Caroline Rhea, Rachel Feinstein, Dave Attell, Nikki Glazer, Mary Lynn Rasjkub, Maria Bamford, and many more.
From stage to screen, Lace's comedy has been featured on Viceland's Flophouse, The Weather Channel's Weather Gone Viral, and she is a FOX network favorite with several appearances on their TV shows: Laughs, Dish Nation, and Punchline.
Lace has also been seen on the scripted dark comedy, Queen America, starring Catherine Zeta Jones, as well as the host of three episodes of Unprotected Sets on EPIX and as a celebrity guest on three episodes of Caroline Rhea's, Caroline & Friends on the Game Show Network.
Lace is also very passionate about helping to elevate the voices of other women. She founded Atlanta's first and only all-female stand-up comedy class Laugh Lab at the legendary Punchline Comedy Club. Atlanta Magazine voted Laugh Lab, "2019 Best Comedy Class."
Lace and fellow Atlanta comedian Katherine Blanford co-host the hilariously healing podcast, CHEATIES! CHEATIES is a delicious, juicy part of a well-balanced diet. Every week, these two snarky co-hosts interview a guest who's either been cheated on or been the cheater. This podcast focuses on the mistakes we all make in relationships, and, more importantly, how we overcome them and make it out on top.