I Never Said I Was Nice
Written & Performed by Lynn Ruth Miller
Friday, January 10th, 2020 at 8:00 pm
San Francisco Studio Stage
Lynn Ruth Miller is the poster girl for growing old. She’s 86 years old, and the only thing that frightens her is her own reflection. She hates ageism and tells shocking stories about dating octogenarians, what it’s like being the oldest female stand up in the business (RIP Joan Rivers). Young people of the world, see how far we have come and how outrageous you can be when you are too old to give a damn. This show tells you what happened to thrust her into a comedy career and what she has learned from a long life of misunderstandings and false starts.
LYNN RUTH MILLER started doing comedy on stage when she was 70 years old. She was dubbed the new Joan Rivers of Fringe Comedy at The Edinburgh International Fringe. Now 85, she made the top 4 comedians in America’s Got Talent, 2008, won People’s Choice in 2009, Branson Comedy Festival, the finals in Bill Word’s Funniest Female Contest 2009 and semi-finals in the SF International Comedy Competition and Star of the Brighton Fringe Festival in 2009.
She has been performing at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival since 2005. She is a regular at the SF Punchline and The Stand in Scotland and made the top 100 in the UK in Britain’s Got Talent. She won the TO&ST AWARD 2014 in Edinburgh for best Cabaret Edinburgh Fringe, 2015 Liberty Award, Leicester Comedy Festival; 2015 finalist Old Comedian of 2015; London. She has numerous five-star cabaret and comedy shows that she has toured all over the world.
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