Giulia Rozzi is a comedian, writer, actress and producer originally from Boston. Her TV appearances include Conan, Comedy Central’s Stand-Up Featuring, Lights Out With David Spade and This Is Not Happening, Chelsea Lately, IFC, and TruTV. She has written for HBO Max’s South Side, MTV’s Girl Code and Silent Library, TV Land’s Younger and Bravo’s Odd Mom Out. Giulia has also been published in The New Yorker, Refinery29, Esquire, and Huffington Post and the anthologies My Parents Were Awesome, Mortified and Eating Salad Drunk. Her comedy album True Love was named one of Sirius XM’s best of the year and she gave a TEDx talk on humor and healing, fancy!
As a first generation American with a very Italian name she is constantly asked “were you named after Julia Gulia from the Wedding Singer?” and the answer is no.