Giulia Rozzi
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Giulia Rozzi

New York City, New York, United States

New York City, New York, United States
Band Comedy



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"18 Funny Women You Should Be Following On Twitter"

18 Funny Women You Should Be Following On Twitter - Huffington Post

"Bangs Are Back"

Another recent spoof that has gone viral, “An Infomercial for Bangs” by the writers and comedians Giulia Rozzi and Brooke Van Poppelen, begins with a deep, booming voice-over: “Can’t get anyone to notice your band? Look dumb in vintage dresses? Do bearded guys ignore you? Sounds like you need bangs! You’ve seen them all over Hollywood. And now they can be yours.” - New York Times

"Giulia Rozzi: Joke Of The Week"

Joke of the week: “I feel the same way about eating pizza as I do about masturbating: I’ll do it alone but would prefer a partner. Also I usually do it drunk, late at night and in the back of a cab with pepperoni.” - TimeOut New York

"Five things I learned at the Women in Comedy Festival"

We want to see more of each of these performers: Kat Radley from L.A. (, Kendra Cunningham (, Giulia Rozzi (, Meghan O'Neill (, Laura Grey (, Skinny Bitch Jesus Meeting ( and Somebody’s in the Doghouse ( - TimeOut New York

"Giulia Rozzi- Comedian, Writer, Producer, Speaker"

For Boston native Giulia Rozzi, making people laugh comes easily. This self-proclaimed “Smile Promoter” moves with utter ease onstage.”

- Gothamist

"Giulia Rozzi flies solo at Mottley's"

oston audience are used to seeing Giulia Rozzi telling personal stories onstage. She’s done at as an east coast producer for the show Mortified, and with her own show, Stripped Stories. She still helps out with Mortified, and does Stripped Stories once a month in New York City and occasionally tours with the show.

But tonight and tomorrow at Mottley’s, you’ll see her by herself, headlining the show. “My stand-up is personal, revealing,” she says. “I share stories about my family, my life, the only difference is you get me-all me-for 40 minutes.” - Boston Comedy

"Boob Tube"

"Part feminist commentary, part fun time."

"Lemon Drop"

She hit a comedy gold mine...insanely funny -

"Funny Broad"

"Giulia Rozzi is one funny broad -- on stage, in person, and most definitely in print. If I had a dollar for every time someone commented that her columns were one of their favorite things to read in our magazine, well, I wouldn't be writing about budget living. But the best part about being Giulia's editor is the joy and hilarity of getting to read her new material first." - Melissa Masello, Shoestring Magazine

"15 Up-And-Coming Comediennes You Should Be Laughing At"

Giulia Rozzi is the most intentionally funny guidette out there. - The Frisky


Still working on that hot first release.



Giulia Rozzi is a NYC based comedian, actress and writer that was raised in Boston by two adorable Italian immigrants. Her very personal, blunt, and animated humor has earned her the honor of being a Moth GrandSLAM champion, a Boston Comedy Festival finalist, and a two-time ECNY Best Female Stand Up nominee.

You can see her regularly on Vh1's The Greatest and on Playboy TV's Foursome: Walk Of Shame. She has also appeared on MTV, TLC, Italio MTV, CNN, Jimmy Kimmel, Late Night Republic, and starred in the independent film Party Like It's A Verb. She is an alum of both Improv Olympic West and the Upright Citizens Brigade improv programs, trained at The Groundlings, and studied acting at Kimball Studios in Manhattan. She has also written and performed two solo shows: Stupid Foreigners and Bad Bride.

Giulia co-hosts the long running and highly acclaimed sex-themed storytelling show Stripped Stories with Margot Leitman in venues all over the US. She regularly performs in NYC at places such as Gotham Comedy Club, Caroline's, The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, Union Hall, and at her bi-weekly show Dive Comedy at Freddy's Backroom in Brooklyn. She's appeared at the Women In Comedy Festival, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, New Orleans Comedy Arts Fest, First Person Arts Festival and The New York Comedy Festival. Her first album A Very Pretty Name debuted in Aug 2010 on iTunes & Amazon.

As a writer, Giulia worked as a contributing producer on the MTV series Girl Code and a staff writer on Silent Library (where one of her game idea made Snooki vomit). She has also written for Playgirl, BUST, NY Press, Glamour, XOJane, AOL, Lifetimetv, Hello Giggles, Gawker, Huffington Post, and more. She also contributed essays to Mortified's Real Words Real People Real Pathetic anthology (of which she was also an associate editor) and My Parents Were Awesome anthology. Check out her latest project Fauxshionista (a mock fashion blog) which is quickly getting lots of Internet love. Giulia is currently working on her first book.