Originally a denizen of the Floridian West Coast, Gaye is a 31-year resident of New York City. After a longstanding career in production & film making, and comedy, Gaye is now making her aspirational move to concentrate on her own comedy show.
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Introducing, Gaye Lirot: Film & Commercial Producer, Actor, and Stand-Up Comic. You can find Gaye throughout the digital universe: ZOOM & FB Live: Host of the Gladys Simon Virtual Comedy Party | Weds @ 8pm ET; YouTube: False Positive Podcast Channel | What’s My Line?; Podcast: False Positive, staring Dana Discordia, Dan Lobel and Gaye Lirot.
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My early life in Florida.
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Making the little move, then the big move, from Florida to NYC.
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Time is Money – the art of being successful in the NYC film biz.
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…and it feels like I’m 17 again.
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My comic connections – telling jokes since 1993.
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Can’t you just get up there and do it? The hard work, and support, that goes into making a laugh.
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What have we learned about comedy, and ourselves, throughout this pandemic?
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What’s next for Gaye Lirot? Driving your own bus!
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YouTube: False Positive Podcast Channel: https://youtu.be/4nAGZWHtOOQ
Apple/iTunes: False Positive Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/episode-82-dry-january-w-ron-goldstein/id1438369127?i=1000505072878
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