Bridget Everett is a singer, actor, writer and comedian. She is the star, writer and executive producer of the HBO critically acclaimed comedy series “Somebody Somewhere”, which returns for its second season on April 23 and recently was named “AFI (American Film Institute) Television Program of the Year.” Everett was recently nominated for “Best Lead Performance in a New Scripted Series” by the Film Independent Spirit Awards and “Individual Achievement in Comedy” by TCA (Television Critics Association) Awards for season one.
Most known by audiences for her live powerhouse vocals and unpredictable, explosive comedic performances at The Public Theater in NYC, in 2015 she won an Obie Award for her original show, Rock Bottom, which she created with Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman. Bridget has played comedy and cabaret festivals around the world, and recently joined Patti LuPone with the New York Philharmonic.
In film, Everett can be seen in “Patti Cake$”, in which she co-starred, “Trainwreck”, “Sex and the City”, “Fun Mom Dinner”, “Little Evil”, Rumble and Tate Taylor's 2021 film, “Breaking News In Yuba County”, opposite Alison Janney, Mila Kunis and Regina Hall. Additional TV credits include her 2015 one-hour comedy special, “Gynecological Wonder”, on Comedy Central, “Inside Amy Schumer”, HBO series “Camping & Girls”, Netflix’s “Unbelievable”, “Love You More”, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”, “Lady Dynamite”, “Living With Yourself” and “At Home with Amy Sedaris”.