Ro DelleGrazie started stand up comedy in 1999. Originally from New York at the start of her stand up career she was coached by Lisa Lampanelli. Ro went on the road opening up for her and working with her for 6 years. Ro has been featured on the Oxygen Network, Comcast TV and Sirius XM Radio. She also filmed a short movie called Cinderelli’s, the NY version of the fairy tale classic Cinderella where she played the wicked stepsister. The Cinderelli’s met rave reviews at the first LA Comedy Shorts Festival in 2009. You can also see her in several different original webisodes “Ordinary Girl” and “Buona Sera News”.
Ro grew up in Long Island where she got a degree in “ball busting” and every night drama was served for dinner! Ro moved to L.A. in 2005 and started studying at the I.O West where she graduated and was part of an improv group called Tentatively Marty. Ro has performed at the top comedy clubs across the country including Comic Strip Live, Caroline’s on Broadway, The Comedy Store and The Improvs throughout California, Laugh Factory and Flappers Comedy Club just to name a few. As well as International tours for our Troops overseas.
Ro is the new co-host of a hit radio show “Blame it on Ginger”, every Wednesday from 4-6 she and the legendary adult actress Ginger Lynn host “The Crack” broadcasting out of Skid Row Studios. That show is an adventure within itself.
The best way to describe Ro’s stand up is this….
Ro is the “tell it like it is” New Yorker who’s been charming audience’s throughout the country. You never know what’s going to come out of her mouth and neither does she. Based out of L.A, she’s been sharing her stories of how she sees the world, being an undomesticated woman in a relationship with her 6’7 giant boyfriend and everything from her dysfunctional job and her not-so-normal family! She makes you forget about your problems and has you laughing at hers! See for yourself!
Here’s what they’re saying about Ro…
“Ro makes me laugh with that NY accent. She did a baby joke to close her set…. and just her saying the word “Crwwwwaal” made the joke”~ Live Comedy L.A
“Refreshingly Funny”~ The Daily News
“We loved Ro’s Show!”~ Local Comedy Review