Sarah Murphree is a host, comedian,
and mental health expert
based in Los Angeles.
Sarah trained at UCB and has performed
stand up comedy all over Southern
California including The Comedy Store
and Ice House.
She is the host and founder of
a live storytelling show and talk show where entertainers and comedians
share personal stories of the pain
behind the funny.
ABOUT SARAH MURPHREE
Sarah Murphree (pronounced Murph-FREE) is an MC, host, and comedian based in Los Angeles. At the core, she is a wholesome old soul with a lot of spunk.
With a degree in broadcast journalism and UCB training, Sarah combines her humor, impromptu jokes, and old lady dance moves to host high profile events with Kara Karaoke,
Sarah has hosted parties for Netflix, The Thrillist, 21 Century Reality, RAD Summer Camp, and A-list celebrity kid parties.
Sarah studied joke writing with Jerry Corley at The Comedy Clinic and with Ken Pringle at Flappers University. She performs stand up comedy regularly at The Comedy Store, The Ice House, and Flappers and has competed in Uncle Clyde's Stand Up Comedy Contest as well as The U.S. Comedy Contest created by Dante from Last Comic Standing.
Read Sarah's comedic essays published in Melaine Vare's book: "Time Of The Month: Funny Female Storytelling." She is represented with literary agent Bill Gladstone at Waterside Productions and in works to publish her first memoir. To learn more about who she is check out her digital network: www.funnypeoplecrytoo.com.