Giulia Rozzi is a 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.
She is regularly seen on Vh1's The Greatest and has appeared on Chelsea Lately, Playboy TV's Foursome: Walk Of Shame, MTV, TLC, The Artie Lange Show, Italio MTV, the upcoming This is Not Happening on Comedy Central, 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 and written and performed two solo shows: Stupid Foreigners and Bad Bride (which is currently touring in the US and London). Giulia also co-hosts the long running sex and relationship themed storytelling show Stripped Stories with Margot Leitman in venues all over the US.
As a writer, Giulia worked on the MTV series Girl Code and Silent Library (where one of her game ideas made Snooki vomit). She has also written for Playgirl, Esquire.com, BUST, NY Press, Glamour, XOJane, AOL, Lifetimetv, Hello Giggles, Gawker, Huffington Post, and more. Her essays appear in the books Mortified: Real Words Real People Real Pathetic (of which she was also an associate editor) and My Parents Were Awesome.
Check out her bi-weekly show Dive Comedy with Brooke Van Poppelen at Freddy's Backroom in Brooklyn and thier web series Seeing Other People debuting in the fall of 2014.
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