Liz Miele started doing stand-up comedy at 16. At 18 she was profiled in the New Yorker. At 22 she appeared on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham. Liz continues to perform stand-up comedy all over the country at clubs and colleges. She's a comedy nerd, a cat enthusiast and has an unhealthy love for all things sweet. When she is not taking an obscene amount of pictures of her cats she is reading something disturbingly sad or pretentiously upbeat and hopeful.  She is on a constant search to prove or disprove she is losing her mind and is an avid runner who runs the Marine Corps Marathon in DC every year with her Dad.  Her cat's name is Pasta. She is the second oldest of five kids and both her parents are veterinarians, who own Princeton Animal Hospital and Carnegie Cat Clinic in Princeton, NJ. She's from New Jersey. She's almost 5'1". She has a picture on her wall of a Pegasus Unicorn shitting cupcakes. She has no idea where she got it but it makes her happy everyday she looks at it.


NACA National Showcase 2013,

NACA Central Showcase 2014
NACA Mid America Showcase 2014

STAND-UP FEATURED ON: Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham", Comedy Central's "Root of all Evil" Promo, "Stand-up for Beauty w/ Ellen DeGeneres"

FILM/TV: Late Night with Conan O'Brien, The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, WE Network

PRESS: Featured in NY Times Mar 30, 09 "Vying for a Chance to Own Carolines, Even for a Weekend", Featured in NY Times Magazine Dec 28, 08 "George Carlin - Hard Laughs", Profiled in NY Press "Off Color Comedy", Featured in Time-Out NY, Profiled in AM-NY "Go Underground", Profiled in April 19-26 2004 Humor Issue of The New Yorker\(episodes 15 thru 22)

RADIO: XM & Sirius radio, Encouraging Audiobooks "Clean Comedy Show"

CONTESTS & FESTIVALS: Winner in 2008 Gilda's Club Contest , Finalist in 2008 March Comedy Madness, 2008 Boston Comedy Festival, 2008 NY Comedy Festival



G.G. Greg Agency 2015