Fielding Edlow is a writer, performer and stand-up comedian based in Los Angeles whom Variety calls “a gifted scripter with virtuoso material.” Along with Iliza Shlesinger and Fortune Feimster, she was recently named one of the “six funniest women in Los Angeles right now” (Pure Wow). Her recent half-hour special Can’t Say Sl*t is now streaming on Amazon (Comedy Dynamics).
Past credits include: ‘Roxy’ on BOJACK HORSEMAN, BEHIND THE CANDELABRA, GET SHORTY and she almost got a lap dance from Channing Tatum in MAGIC MIKE (but was cockblocked by her pregnancy). She hosts her own hit monthly show “Eat Pray F*ck” at the Hollywood Improv which features regulars such as Eddie Pepitone and Laura Kightlinger. Her solo show, COKE-FREE J.A.P., was performed in the NYC Fringe Festival (Backstage’s “Best of Fringe award”) and then had a four-month, sold-out run in LA at the McCadden Theatre and was subsequently developed as a half-hour comedy pilot at Showtime. She is the creator and star of the award-winning web series BITTER HOMES AND GARDENS and is currently shooting Season 2 (the quarantine version) with her husband Larry Clarke.
She is a native New Yorker. And that’s the actual city. Not Teaneck. Not “North Valley Stream.” Not Weehawken-adjacent.
Fielding Edlow has fought her way across the dystopian hellscape of LA to say the unspeakable about her husband, her "friends" & her 7 year-old "nightmare".
If we can't say sl*t anymore, what are we supposed to call it, the "friendly years"?
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In “ICU,” playwright Fielding Edlow diagnoses dark humor in the most dysfunctional family this side of Eugene O’Neill’s Tyrone clan. Here, they’re upper-middle-class New York Jews, snarling and kvetching through the striking environmental staging by Circle X Theatre Company at… (read more)
In the opening paragraph of the 2004 Daily Variety review of Fielding Edlow’s one-person play, Coke Free J.A.P., at the 55-seat Complex Dorie Theater in Hollywood, the critic wrote, “What can be said about a 22-year-old Gotham-bred Jewish-American princess who… (read more)
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