Jackie Jones

Jackie Jones


Jackie Jones is real, and ridiculously charming. Her twisted perspective on life is absurd, edgy, playful, thoughtful, and simply funny. Her energy is contagious and her performances leave a distinct impression on her audience. If Ellen DeGeneres and Justin Timberlake had a baby, that'd be weird.



Jackie Jones has been acting a fool ever since she could form sound and movement. Recognized as class clown and winner of the Entertainer of the Year contest at Parkland High School, Jackie began her comedy career on the mean streets of Philadelphia at the tender age of eighteen. She has consistently challenged herself and her audiences to grow a more amusing way of thinking. Jackie moved to Arizona in 2004, where she continued to hone her craft at The Tempe Improv. In 2007, she hit the ground running in Los Angeles, gaining a muscle for improv at The Groundlings, as well as musical improv and sketch comedy; she soon became a regular feature on LOGO, at The Comedy Store, Laugh Factory, Ice House, and non-profit events for Rise Up And Shout, gay elders supporting gay youth in the arts. She has also traveled to Oregon and Washington States to teach improv workshops for troubled youth, ages 3-18, on Indian Reservations. Other credits include: park benches, women’s locker rooms, and fitting rooms nationwide. Being a lover and fighter of truth, she got sober in 2009, and has continued to impact those near with her experience, strength, and hope. Through her deep sea journey to self-discovery, mistakes, and triumphs, Jackie has admitted to her innermost self, that she was born to share her gifts, talents, and light with the world, and if she doesn’t, it will be a huge loss for the lives she couldn’t touch, including her own. An old soul and young spirit, this chick expresses an unforgettable experience for people of all ages.


All-Comedy Radio, featured artist