Lisa Holly has worked with a variety of humorists from Thea Vidale and Shirley Hemphill to Steven Wright and Jon Lovitz. She was one of the semi-finalists of California’s Funniest Females, performed on TV Guide’s “Stand-Up in Stilettos”, and BET’s sketch improv show, “The Way We Do It”. She has also worked across the country and in the United Kingdom.
Ms. Holly’s talents also reach the cinematic realm, working on various shorts, features, and commercials, as well as her award-winning piece, “L.A. Temp’ermental”.
She has worked on several radio shows and webcasts, including Tom Joyner’s “Morning Show”, and works as a freelance writer, holding such positions as contributing editor for the comedy magazine, Hilarious.
Name: Lisa Holly
Lives in: Los Angeles, California
My Gimpy Life
Television (Comedy) Actress The awkward adventures of a driven actress trying to navigate Hollywood in a wheelchair.
Film (short) by Shavsha Israel (Comedy) Actress, Writer
Film by Steve Royall (Comedy and Drama) Actress Three couples. Two Reporters. One question. Why are Asians so popular? Rochelle Evans ask this question after her friend Karen Blackwell loses her boyfriend of two years to an Asian girl. The two set out to follow three Asian interracial couples for 60 days in their day to day lives to find out what is the secret to this phenomenon. Written by Steve Royall
Film (short) by Lisa Holly (Comedy) Actress, Writer, Costume and Wardrobe Department, Director, Editor, Producer, Sound department One person's day-to-day survival in the crazy world that is Los Angeles.
The Soul Agency
Film by Allan Cunningham (Comedy and Drama) Actress, Costume and Wardrobe Department, Costume designer, Makeup Department A young average Joe obsessed with fame and fortune grows tired of the rejection and pain of his life. A 'chance' meeting with an agent offering him an opportunity at ultimate success comes with a price.
Television by Curtis Gadson (Comedy) Writer, Self
The Way We Do It