Holly Anabel Brown was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley and started her career in comedy at the age of 19 by training at the Upright Citizens Brigade and Second City Hollywood in improv. She continued doing improv for years, but always felt like something was missing as a comedian until she did stand up. She found a way to combine her deeply dark humor with her valley girl ways. Holly loves talking about her dead dad on stage, loves it.
Holly has wasted no time in the comedy, performing at every club in Los Angeles, Houston, Boston and touring all throughout California. She has been in multiple comedy festivals, a finalist in LA’s longest running comedy competition and currently produces and performs in the very popular Salty AF show in West Hollywood and downtown LA. She has performed at The Improv, Laugh Factory, Flappers and has opened for comedians such as Julian McCullough, Eddie Pepitone, and Melissa Villasenor.
Holly also brews her own beer, roller-skates and makes custom hand painted shoes in her spare time. She hopes to one day combine all her loves in the world's dumbest stand up show.