Stand-up comic Frances Dilorinzo is taking the comedy world by storm with her quick wit and bold sense of humor. She became a YouTube sensation in 2010 with her viral "Homemade Implants" video, racking up more than 3 million views and showing off her penchant for daring physical comedy. Dilorinzo finds humor in everyday situations, peppering her sets with relatable anecdotes about bedroom talk, parenthood failures, dealing with handsome doctors, and getting out of traffic tickets. With her beaming smile and fearless stage presence, she's quickly becoming one of today's hottest comics and a must-see act for fans in need of riotous laughter.
Frances Dilorinzo was born in Grand Rapids, MI and moved to Southern California at age 10. She discovered her comedic wit as a freshman at California State University-Fullerton, where a professor encouraged her to incorporate humor into her class presentations. Shortly after, she joined her college speech team and became the first student at her school to win back-to-back gold medals in state competition. After graduating with an advertising degree she decided to pursue stand-up comedy full-time, hitting stages in Los Angeles comedy clubs. She has since toured internationally with the USO and performed televised sets on Comedy Central's Stand-up, Stand-up, Lifetime's Girl's Night Out, and NBC's Friday Night and Last Comic Standing. A self-described "mommy by day, comedian by night", Dilorinzo is a wife and mother of two who has also appeared on TLC's Secret Life of a Soccer Mom and Nickelodeon's NickMom Night Out.