October 09

PAIGE WELDON

GOLD ROOM

PAIGE WELDON

Paige Weldon is a comedian, writer and actor based in LA. You may know her stand-up from appearances on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring, or her albums Girlfriend at the Time and Uncomfortable at Best from AST Records. She has been named one of Time Out LA’s top 10 comedians to watch, as well as a New York Comedy Festival Comic to Watch. As an actor, she can be seen recurring on the Paramount Network’s TV reboot of Heathers, Comedy Central’s Corporate, and various commercials for which she fit the role of “woman in glasses”. She also wrote an episode for Corporate’s third season called “The Importance of Talking Sh*t by Oscar Wilde”.

10/09/2022 7:30 PM

Door Time: 6:30 PM

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Paige Weldon is a comedian, writer and actor based in LA. You may know her stand-up from appearances on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring, or her albums Girlfriend at the Time and Uncomfortable at Best from AST Records. She has been named one of Time Out LA’s top 10 comedians to watch, as well as a New York Comedy Festival Comic to Watch. As an actor, she can be seen recurring on the Paramount Network’s TV reboot of Heathers, Comedy Central’s Corporate, and various commercials for which she fit the role of “woman in glasses”. She also wrote an episode for Corporate’s third season called “The Importance of Talking Sh*t by Oscar Wilde”.

Paige Weldon is a comedian, writer and actor based in LA. You may know her stand-up from appearances on The Late Late Show with James Corden, Comedy Central Stand-Up Featuring, or her albums Girlfriend at the Time and Uncomfortable at Best from AST Records. She has been named one of Time Out LA’s top 10 comedians to watch, as well as a New York Comedy Festival Comic to Watch. As an actor, she can be seen recurring on the Paramount Network’s TV reboot of Heathers, Comedy Central’s Corporate, and various commercials for which she fit the role of “woman in glasses”. She also wrote an episode for Corporate’s third season called “The Importance of Talking Sh*t by Oscar Wilde”.