HOPE FLOOD IS still one of the most “Keeping it Real” Comediennes on the Laff circuit today. 

Her appeal is universal due to her everyday life experiences that she jokes about; whether it’s male/female relationships, reality shows, single motherhood, lust, love and more recently grand motherhood.

Her thought provoking political and spiritual commentary keeps audiences on the edge of their seats thirsty for more.

A God fearing mother and most recently “GrandTee,” comedian, actor, philanthropist, publisher of the first nationally distributed comedy magazine, called Comedy the Magazine, on air radio personality and the Founder and Ceo of “The Comics Rock” convention held annually in Los Angeles, CA. (comicsrockconvention.com)

Hope has been in the business for over 26 years and has produced weekly showcases that helped launch the careers of many successful comedians from Jamie Foxx, to Chris Tucker just to name a few. She’s also been featured in the best selling comedy book called “Snaps,” Why we laugh”, “Comediennes Laugh be a Lady” and has headlined comedy clubs/colleges all over the world.

A semi-finalist in the “Old English 800” women’s comedy crunch and a two-time semi-finalist in the “Black Bay Area Comedy Competition” are just some of the accomplishments of this multi-talented artist. Her talent has taken her to over 14 countries, almost all the 50 states.

After years of being on the road Hope relocated to Dallas, Tx to try her talent  on the radio (after being handpicked by  Bj Murphy the top morning show Dj in Charlotte for 13 years straight), as a sidekick on his show called, “BJ IN THE MORNING” on 105.7 krnb. She took the “bible belt” by surprise with her “out of the Box” style of jokes and unconventional views, and the ratings went from a .09 to a 2.4 in less than two years.

Appearances on “Russell Simmon’s All-Star Def Comedy Jam,” ten season on “Bet’s Comicview.” Where she won her own one hour Grandstand Comedy Jam Special. Hope was later picked as one of Bet’s 39 most favorite comedians. “Comedy Central’s Comic Groove” hosted by Tracey Morgan, the late nite series, “Comics Unleashed” w/ Byron Allen and was one of the only two comediennes in the country picked for the 2009 “Martin Lawrence Presents The First Amendment Stand-up” on the Starz Network hosted/created by Doug Williams.  

Hope is no stranger to the stage or the big screen having performed in such plays as the NAACP nominated play “Culture Shock”, Ken Sagoes & Friends Variety Show,” not to mention featured in John Singleton’s “Baby Boy.”

Even with Hopes rising stardom she will never allow success to prevent her from reaching back. She is involved with several non-profit organizations such as: SOY-Saving Our Youth (saveouryouthok.org), City Lites Network (citylitesnetwork.org), IBWC- International Black Women’s Coalition to name a few. A woman in complete control is the best way to describe her. When it comes to style, class and talent, she’s definitely in a league of her own giving it all to make her HOPE’s a reality.



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