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There are no comedic actresses who can compete with the reigning Queen of Comedy. Sommore, recognized world wide as the sexiest, sultry vixen of her craft hails, from the capitol city of Trenton, NJ. From the time that she could walk and talk, it was apparent that she would mesmerize her audience.

Just last year, CNN's Headline news featured a discussion regarding her impact on the comedy business, highlighting her record-breaking success with audience and financial accomplishments as the highest grossing stand up comedienne in the U.S. performing to to sell out crowds with standing room, her inner light illuminates every stage that she graces.

Emerging first as as a stand up comedienne, Sommore was recognized early and received the Richard Pryor comic of the year in 1995.

As a guest on the Oprah Winfrey show, in front of 20 million viewers, Oprah deemed her"...A force to be reckoned with in the new millennium." Her outstanding screen performances include Soul Plane, Friday After Next and The Queens of Comedy Tour.

Television appearances have included guest starring on Jay Leno's show, Real Time with Bill Maher, The Hughley's and the Parkers.

What makes Sommore so unique. so infectious? Her material and delivery filled with sharp wit, cutting sarcasm and the reality check we can all benefit from, is so unforgettable. She is a trend setter, creating this new wave genre combining stand-up comedy with movie star sex appeal.

She personifies class and style while simultaneously delivering raw life experiences through monologues that give birth to thoughts, feelings and fantasies internalized by all of us who are far too inhibited to verbalize the real deal and :Oh what a relief it is: when Sommore brings it. Her material simply stated is liberating.

Today fans from all ethnic groups, age ranges and sexual persuasions who have experienced the joyous energy of her side splitting performances keep coming back to sold out venues screaming "Gimme Sommore!"

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Added by thedcimprov on February 12, 2009