Biography

Stand-up Comedienne Sayrie is entertaining audiences on stage and online with her spontaneous acts and witty punch lines. Inspired by the influences of comedic stars such as Lucille Ball and Carroll Burnett, she is best known for her viral videos and versatile characters. Born and raised in Houston, Tx as Vanise Sayrie, Sayrie uses her last name as her stage name to pay homage to her father. Her goal is to create humor for the entire family. A southern charmer and a self-proclaimed “Ragin’ Cajun,” she follows suit to her own motto of humor, diversity and love.

         The former TMZ correspondent, currently co-hosts on Sirius xm's #1 broadcast "Quake's House" that airs on Kevin Hart's "Lol" radio network. Her hosting skills are not limited solely to on screen and radio since she also have covered nurmerous red carpet premieres for CBS, VH1, BET and Afterbuzztv. On stage, Sayrie completed a personal challenge of performing 100 times in only 29 days in one of the coldest months in New York City in pursuit to becoming an undeniable performer. Having trained and written at the nation's most prestigious improv houses such as the Peoples Improv Theatre in New York City, IO West and UCB, Sayrie is an all around creator of content on social media platforms as well for networks as writer, producer and director. 

         Based in Los Angeles, the seemingly edgy comedienne uses her on stage presence to transcend lines of color, age and gender. Her prolific style leads her to be the next comedienne to watch.

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