"Gold charms a restive audience with almost mesmeric ability."
— Village Voice
"Gold's show is a genuine mitzvah."
— Time Out New York
"The show is riotously funny and ultimately quite moving."
— Hollywood Reporter
"Judy Gold captures the audience from the moment she opens her mouth. She seamlessly weaves anecdotes from her own life with snippets from interviews conducted with 50 Jewish mothers across the United States. The result is fiercely funny, honest and moving."
— New York Times
“Judy’s humor shines from beginning to end!”
— Adaumbelle’s Quest
An Oral History of the Comedy Cellar
By Vanity Fair
Booker Estee Adoram is still formidable, the bathrooms are still awkwardly placed, and the “family table” is still terrifying. Even as much as the Comedy Cellar hasn’t changed over three decades, the talents who got their starts there have transformed the comedy world. Jon Stewart, Colin Quinn, Judy Gold, and more comedians share memories of the cramped basement venue that made their careers, and that they still call home.
Comic Judy Gold: 'I'm Way More Jewish Than Lesbian!'
By Out Magazine
Judy Gold is the pricelessly witty Jewish lesbian known for off-Broadway shows like 25 Questions For a Jewish Mother and The Judy Gold Show: My Life as a Sitcom, as well as numerous appearances on various TV series that she brightens with her dark truths.
The New Jersey born comic/writer has always been up front about the wry quirks of life and who’s to blame for them. And Judy has two other proud accomplishments—her sons Henry, 19, and Ben, 14.
Why Judy Gold Lives on the Upper West Side
By West Side Rag
Judy Gold describes herself as a comedian, actor, writer, host and big mouth. She has written and starred in two critically acclaimed Off-Broadway hit shows and her TV appearances include Comedy Central’s “Broad City”, “Louie”, “30 Rock”, “2 Broke Girls”, and numerous other special appearances. She has won the GLAAD Award, a Drama Desk Award and two Emmy Awards. Judy has lived on the Upper West Side since 1984 but if you haven’t run in to her yet at Barney Greengrass on Amsterdam and 87th (a favorite) you can catch her performing live at Feinstein’s/54 Below March 11, 12 and 18, 2016.
New Video Series Puts Unfiltered Side Of Motherhood On Display
By The Huffington Post
A new series from Scary Mommy features moms talking about the best and worst parts of motherhood — hilarity, rants and all. For comedian Judy Gold, the emphasis is on the comedy.
A Web series called “Motherf*&@!ng Motherhood” showcases moms opening up about their parenting styles and offering advice to fellow parents. In its first installment directed by Jessica Pilot, Gold talked about being a mom for more than 19 years.