Angelina Spicer is a comedian, social media influencer and accidental activist. A cum-laude graduate of Howard University, Spicer has smartly delved deep for comedy that’s authentic. Her original content has garnered a staggering 90 million views in more than 45 countries. Her viral success catapulted her career from phone screens to the silver screen when she became a regular sketch performer on both Jimmy Kimmel Live and Conan. She’s also appeared on Ellen and The Real. In 2017, Angelina became an outspoken advocate for maternal mental health after her diagnosis and hospitalization of postpartum depression (PPD). Not only is Spicer using her voice in comedy clubs across the country, she is also working with lawmakers in California and on Capitol Hill to implement laws to support early motherhood. Spicer has worked with some of the world’s most trusted organizations like Cedars Sinai Hospital, Postpartum Support
International, the World Health Organization and has been featured in USA Today, NPR, and was part of Essence’s Woke 100.
Spicer is currently in production on The Push For Permission, a feature length documentary that uses comedy to empower women to advocate for themselves and to normalize PPD.