Carla Collins is an award-winning comedian, actress, television host and best-selling author.
Carla Collins is an award-winning comedian, actress, television host and author of the best selling comedic self-help book Angels, Vampires and Douche Bags. Carla headlines comedy venues across the US and Canada and the Huffington Post calls her “hilarious, masterful and belly-achingly funny.” Collins is currently filming The Last Laugh, a sitcom she created loosely based on her life in LA performing stand-up comedy at funerals.
I firmly believe that bringing levity and shining a light on any tragic topic helps alleviate the fear and horror of it all. However, it wasn't until a couple of years ago when my beloved mother and kindred spirit unexpectedly passed away that I truly took up a near-permanent residence on the dark side of humour.
Is it just me or have many commercials gone from bad to downright scary? I can't help but giggle at the one that begins with a rather distraught young woman wearing a sad little hoodie announcing: "I found out about my feminine odor problem in the worst way possible." How? Through an intervention?