Esther Ku is an internationally touring stand-up comedian originally from Chicago. You may know her from NBC's Last Comic Standing, MTV's Girl Code, Nick Cannon's Wild'n Out on MTV2, Comedy Central's @Midnight, The Jack & Triumph Show, Punchline TV or The Jim Gaffigan Show. She is a member of the all female sketch show Sorry Not Sorry on go90. She has been a guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, Getting Doug with High, The Opie Show with Jim Norton on Sirius XM, Jenny McCarthy's Dirty Sexy Funny Show on Sirius XM Stars, and The Playboy Morning Show. She was selected by Howard Stern as a finalist in the Hottest Funniest Chick Contest and has appeared on the Artie Lange Show on Direct TV.
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In a joint swapcast with her podcast "Ku and the Gang," Comedienne Esther Ku discusses her strict religious upbringing - and why she is reliving her lost childhood now. Plus, the premiere of a new Tully Show segment, "Ku-Less."
On Ep 37 Paco and George welcome comedian and actress Esther Ku to talk about the riveting 2013 doc Finding Vivian Maier. They also discuss Esther's childhood, her start in the Boston comedy scene and her recent work on Family Guy. Maier was a French-American woman who worked most of her life as a nanny and housekeeper to a multitude of Chicago families. She carried a camera everywhere she went, but Maier's photographic legacy was largely unknown during her lifetime. She died in 2009. The film documents how Maloof discovered her work and, after her death, uncovered her life through interviews with people who knew her. Maloof had purchased a box of photo negatives at a 2007 Chicago auction, then scanned the images and put them on the Internet. She is now considered one of the greatest 20th Century photographers. Esther Ku is a Korean-American stand-up comedian, television personality, and actress. Ku was a cast member on the MTV show Girl Code and Wild 'N Out. Ku was chosen as one of the ten best comedians for the 2006 NBC Stand-up for Diversity Showcase in New York City. Ku has also been a featured regular performer in the Boston International Comedy Festival and the New York Underground Festival. She has been called "the Asian Sarah Silverman". **Sup Doc has created a Patreon page for those that can help out. We will also be providing unique Sup Doc content for our contributors. If now is not good for you we always appreciate you listening and spreading the word about Sup Doc! http://www.patreon.com/supdocpodcastFollow us on:Twitter: @supdocpdocastInstagram: @supdocpodcastFacebook: @supdocpodcastsign up for our mailing listAnd you can show your support to Sup Doc by donating on Patreon.