Lisa Gopman grew up in Ohio and shortly after her 18th birthday, headed for the USC School of Dramatic Arts. She developed her own humorous college magazine column called "Sketchy Girl" while attending USC and was encouraged by her professors and friends to take her wacky life onto the standup stage. She has performed on Comedy Central's Premium Blend, previously won Comedy Central's Laugh Riots, was a featured comedian on MTV's The Mandy Show, performed in Just For Laughs “New Faces,” the Boston Comedy Festival, and in Comedy Central's Get Up, Stand Up in Jamaica. 10 years ago Lisa co-founded Oh My Ribs! Entertainment in Hollywood where she currently produces and hosts a Friday night standup show and teaches standup comedy to all levels of students. In 2016, Lisa is very proud to have officially become a published author with a monologue featured in LGBTQ Comedic Monologues That Are Actually Funny. Also in 2016, Lisa’s original script The List was selected as the Grand Prize Winner of The Second City’s Comedy Screenplay Contest. Lisa is a frequent voice actor on syndicated national radio as well as being a frequent podcast guest especially frequenting The Reilly Roundtable with her writing partner, Mark Reilly. Lisa is a cervical cancer survivor and is passionate about sharing her cervical cancer story through her one woman show “Lisa Gopman and the Deep Cervix of Doom.” She is proud to be an ambassador for the nonprofit Cervivor that works to empower, educate, and eradicate cervical cancer. In 2021, Lisa proudly had an essay featured in the new book Madonna Fans Do It Better.