Mary Patterson Broome
Mary Patterson Broome is your new favorite gal pal. Born and raised in Mobile, Alabama, Mary Patterson (that’s a double-name, y’all) has been thrilling the masses since her first starring role in the elementary school classic, “Crosspatch and Cupid.” With just the right combination of charm and cynicism, this stand-up comedian (and occasional actress and writer available for hire) entertains crowds at clubs, colleges and casinos all over the country. She has also performed for United States service men and women stationed at Air Force, Army and Naval bases across the Middle East. She regularly opens for comedic icons Richard Lewis and Dom Irrera and is a veteran performer of the country’s longest running all female stand-up show, Pretty, Funny Women. She has appeared on nationally syndicated radio’s The Bob & Tom Show and has been invited to perform at numerous festivals including SF Sketchfest, the Moontower Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival and the Bridgetown Comedy Festival. She is currently the co-host of Homeo and Juliet, a podcast with fellow comedian and writer, Jason Romaine. She is a graduate of Wake Forest University and writes about the trials and tribulations of being a white girl from a nice family on her blog: www.uppermiddleclassangst.com.
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