At the tender age of nine, Carly found herself in dusty overalls on the lawn of some Master of the Universe answering to Huckleberry, her given ‘stage name.’ “Hello, Sir. Would you like to go get some popped balloon animals from that drunk clown? No? I understand,” she said and then tiptoed behind a tree. The drunk clown was her mom. Now she’s a comedian.
Carly is a contributing writer for Cards Against Humanity and produces Arguments and Grievances and Ladylike in Chicago and has opened for Shane Torres and Hari Kondabolu and featured for Mary Mack and done a million festivals of note.
She has a very sexy dog who sheds too much and it’s gross but she loves her anyway.