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Andrea 

Coleman

NY Times, TimeOut NY & NPR/WNYC featured Stand-up Comic, Writer , Actress & Attorney

About

Olivia Pope meets Lucille Ball

Andrea is a stand-up comic, writer, performer  & lawyer living in Brooklyn. She writes stage plays, screenplays, stand-up and sketch comedy. Her Medium articles have been viewed over 750,000 times. The law comedy show she created and stars in "Wack or Woke? Andrea Coleman Judges the Law," has been featured in the New York Times, TimeOutNY and broadcast on PBS. One of her short films aired on BET and AspireTV. Andrea has performed stand-up at San Francisco Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival and Austin Sketch Fest. She is in her 14th year as a Senior Trial Attorney and has tried 30 jury trials. You can currently see her in OutTV's new series "Iconic Justice" starring Willam streaming now on AppleTV.

How does Andrea pronounce her name?

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Podcasts

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Where you've seen Andrea

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Seen On

Shows

Come see me perform LIVE and VIRTUALLY!

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Shows

Videos

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All My Friends Are Married: Episode 5 (Season Finale)
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All My Friends Are Married: Episode 5 (Season Finale)

Created by Mercedes Brazier, ALL MY FRIENDS ARE MARRIED is a quirky comedic web series with a blend of dry and physical humor. It highlights the joys, mistakes, hopes and pitfalls of being single & living in New York City. With tenderness, joy and irony we present the story of a women struggling to survive adulthood from her very imaginative point of view. This series captures the intersection where heaven meets earth; where adulthood and dreams force reality. It is here that faith, hope and love collides with bills, delayed promises and fears. In Episode 5, Lauren's life is turned upside down when she delivers news that no one wants to hear, jeopardizing her closest friendship. Created by Mercedes Brazier-Thurman, directed by Ekwa Msangi, produced by Huriyyah Muhammad, Cinematography by Snyder Derival, editing by Mohammad Faraway, starring Andrea Coleman, Rotimi Paul, Gulshan Mia, Megan Griffith, Louis Lavoie. Guest appearances by Noelle P. Wilson, Christina Malvasi and Collin Batten. All My Friends Are Married is Black TV & Film Collective original production. About the Black TV & Film Collective: The Black TV & Film Collective is a NYC based 501c3 organization with the mission to create opportunities for artists of color to achieve their long-term career goals within the television, film & digital entertainment industries. We lead classes and workshops focused on skill development, host social engagements to promote relationship building, and provide opportunities for artists of color to showcase their talent via original content production. We believe there is power in numbers and together there is unlimited potential in what we can achieve. Join Us. www.blacktvfilmcollective.org
All My Friends Are Married: Episode 4
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All My Friends Are Married: Episode 4

Created by Mercedes Brazier, ALL MY FRIENDS ARE MARRIED is a quirky comedic web series with a blend of dry and physical humor. It highlights the joys, mistakes, hopes and pitfalls of being single & living in New York City. With tenderness, joy and irony we present the story of a women struggling to survive adulthood from her very imaginative point of view. This series captures the intersection where heaven meets earth; where adulthood and dreams force reality. It is here that faith, hope and love collides with bills, delayed promises and fears. In Episode 4, Lauren goes on her dream date, but will it become a nightmare? Created by Mercedes Brazier-Thurman, directed by Ekwa Msangi, produced by Huriyyah Muhammad, Cinematography by Snyder Derival, editing by Mohammad Faraway, starring Andrea Coleman, Rotimi Paul, Gulshan Mia, Megan Griffith, Louis Lavoie. Guest appearances by Noelle P. Wilson, Christina Malvasi and Collin Batten. All My Friends Are Married is Black TV & Film Collective original production. About the Black TV & Film Collective: The Black TV & Film Collective is a NYC based 501c3 organization with the mission to create opportunities for artists of color to achieve their long-term career goals within the television, film & digital entertainment industries. We lead classes and workshops focused on skill development, host social engagements to promote relationship building, and provide opportunities for artists of color to showcase their talent via original content production. We believe there is power in numbers and together there is unlimited potential in what we can achieve. Join Us. www.blacktvfilmcollective.org
All My Friends Are Married: Episode 3
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All My Friends Are Married: Episode 3

Created by Mercedes Brazier, ALL MY FRIENDS ARE MARRIED is a quirky comedic web series with a blend of dry and physical humor. It highlights the joys, mistakes, hopes and pitfalls of being single & living in New York City. With tenderness, joy and irony we present the story of a women struggling to survive adulthood from her very imaginative point of view. This series captures the intersection where heaven meets earth; where adulthood and dreams force reality. It is here that faith, hope and love collides with bills, delayed promises and fears. In Episode 3, Lauren shares a four point plan to land the man of your dreams. By the end of the episode she just might have found him! Created by Mercedes Brazier-Thurman, directed by Ekwa Msangi, produced by Huriyyah Muhammad, Cinematography by Snyder Derival, editing by Mohammad Faraway, starring Andrea Coleman, Rotimi Paul, Gulshan Mia, Megan Griffith, Louis Lavoie. Guest appearances by Noelle P. Wilson, Christina Malvasi and Collin Batten. All My Friends Are Married is Black TV & Film Collective original production. About the Black TV & Film Collective: The Black TV & Film Collective is a NYC based 501c3 organization with the mission to create opportunities for artists of color to achieve their long-term career goals within the television, film & digital entertainment industries. We lead classes and workshops focused on skill development, host social engagements to promote relationship building, and provide opportunities for artists of color to showcase their talent via original content production. We believe there is power in numbers and together there is unlimited potential in what we can achieve. Join Us. www.blacktvfilmcollective.org
All My Friends Are Married: Episode 2
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All My Friends Are Married: Episode 2

Created by Mercedes Brazier, ALL MY FRIENDS ARE MARRIED is a quirky comedic web series with a blend of dry and physical humor. It highlights the joys, mistakes, hopes and pitfalls of being single & living in New York City. With tenderness, joy and irony we present the story of a women struggling to survive adulthood from her very imaginative point of view. This series captures the intersection where heaven meets earth; where adulthood and dreams force reality. It is here that faith, hope and love collides with bills, delayed promises and fears. In Episode 2, Lauren makes an awkward admission to her gynecologist during the "lightning quiz round". Created by Mercedes Brazier-Thurman, directed by Ekwa Msangi, produced by Huriyyah Muhammad, Cinematography by Snyder Derival, editing by Mohammad Faraway, starring Andrea Coleman, Rotimi Paul, Gulshan Mia, Megan Griffith, Louis Lavoie. Guest appearances by Noelle P. Wilson and Christina Malvasi. All My Friends Are Married is Black TV & Film Collective original production. About the Black TV & Film Collective: The Black TV & Film Collective is a NYC based 501c3 organization with the mission to create opportunities for artists of color to achieve their long-term career goals within the television, film & digital entertainment industries. We lead classes and workshops focused on skill development, host social engagements to promote relationship building, and provide opportunities for artists of color to showcase their talent via original content production. We believe there is power in numbers and together there is unlimited potential in what we can achieve. Join Us. www.blacktvfilmcollective.org
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