I’m so thrilled to announce that I will be back out on the road with an amazing new show this fall! This show is about insanity, and about the anger I feel about everything happening in the world right now, from police brutality to racism to the rising tide of violence against women. It makes me so crazy – hence the title: “THE PSYCHO TOUR” Read More
I’m of mixed North and South Korean decent. My people have been separated, incarcerated, starved, brainwashed and denied free speech for over 65 years. The only weapon I have is comedy. If you deny us the most basic human dignity, I have the right to make fun of you. I’m not playing the race card. I’m playing the rice card.
I found that I could not stop grieving Robin Williams death and I couldn’t get over it and I spoke to my friend Michael Pritchard, who is a mutual friend of mine and Robin’s and he said, “don’t grieve Robin, be Robin”. So this is what I thought I should do. I should go and make a little Comic Relief, a little baby one. And Read More
From now until the end of the year I will be busking in the streets of San Francisco to help the homeless – many hours a day…..
If you can’t join me, there’s another way to help: Throw a few bucks to help feed the needy!
DONATE HERE: http://www.gofundme.com/berobin
I will tweet (Http://twitter.com/MargaretCho) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/officialmargaretcho) where I will be and I’d love any of you to come Read More
Beautiful new photos by Dan Santoni.
We have one more amazing photo that I’m saving for something special too!
Photography/Art Direction by: Dan Santoni
Hair/Makeup: Jennifer Corona Makeup Artist, Corona Jennifer, Jen Fregozo, Jen Fregozo Makeup Artist.
Clothing design by: Cheri Wilson Chagollan
Wardrobe styling: Diego Quintero.
Props from: Wini McKay, and L.A. Circus
Joan Rivers put the ‘fun’ in funeral. I arrived almost an hour early, as our invitations had suggested because of tightened security. I snuck into a side entrance, so I missed the grand spectacle of paparazzi, fans, well wishers and shiny black cars, a mass of people covering at least 3 city blocks in front of Temple Emanu-El. There was no red carpet, which was Read More
In this special episode, Margaret and Jim share memories of the amazing Robin Williams.