Dana Eagle
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Dana Eagle

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
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"Dana Was Outstanding!"

Dana was outstanding. The students loved the show. I have never seen a comedian integrate the campus culture into their act as smoothly as she did. Students were still completing the show several days later.

Stephanie Erdice, Coordinator of Student Activities
Chatham College
- Chatham College

"Our School Loved Her!"

As for Dana's performance, our school loved her! She was so easy to work with and spent the day of her performance getting to know students on campus and just hanging out. After the performance a bunch of our students went out for pizza with her. I was very impressed by her and our school would love to have her back sometime.

Darcie Ellertson
Director of Campus Programming
Mayville State University

- Mayville State University

"Your Comedy Rocks!"

Thank you so much for coming to Lynchburg College! It was so much fun to have you. Your comedy rocks because it’s all stuff that we can relate to. You did a great job!

Thanks again,
Sarah Harvey
Lynchburg College - Lynchburg College


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Most recently, Miss Eagle appeared on The Tonight Show from the TBS Comedy Festival, she was in an ABC Pilot with Jason Alexander and was the host of Comcast On Demand's UNConventional She has been seen on Byron Allen's Comics Unleashed and was a writer and contributor to the show. She is most proud of the unique and profound experience she had performing throughout Iraqi bases for US troops.

Rejected by her schoolmates, the New Jersey Native explains: "When you don’t have a lot of friends growing up, the seesaw is just a really low bench." And thus ensued her lifelong pursuit to find acceptance. When she found standup comedy, that acceptance came quickly and led to appearances on Comedy Central’s Premium Blend, national commercials, and a host position on the Oxygen Network.

As the misfit in dark-rimmed glasses appeared with DL Hughley before an audience of 3000 she summarized it all:
“I used to think I liked myself but then I realized I was just using me to get to someone else.”

For Dana Eagle, being a misfit has had its privileges - She was showcased in HBO’s US Comedy Arts Festival in her solo show, Stones From Glass Houses followed by the second in the series, Mood Disorders: A Light-Hearted Romp Through Crippling Depression, featured at the Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival. She recently completed a pilot for the E! Entertainment Network, and has been seen in a series of memorable commercials beside Jay Mohr and football legend, Boomer Esiahson.

Comedy clubs around the country are abuzz about Dana; Craig Shoemaker says: “She is engaging, personable, and (most of all) very funny. Every club owner asks to have her return. She gives the audience such a great energy and non-stop laughter, and they reflect it right back to her. She is awesome, and soon I will be begging to open for her.”

And through all this success, Dana has come to a place where she too can feel beautiful – and that place is called Radio Shack.