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Maryelle Turner

I'm here to make you feel better about yourselves", jokes Maryelle Turner. She does make everyone feel better as she sends audiences rolling in the aisles with laughter. Maryelle's absurd realities leave the crowd giddy. Her comedy filled with personal, light, sarcastic humor takes the audience on her silly journey. At a family function she is definitely the person you want to sit next to! Maryelle is a comedian, writer and actor; has performed stand-up at top NYC Comedy Clubs, festivals and acted in several sitcom & comedy pilots and films. Recently cast in an indie feature… stay tuned!

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