Clubhouse’s September app icon Leah Lamar
Leah Lamar is a stand-up comedian, her real name is Leah Goldman, and was born June 14, 1988, in Queens, Newyork. At present, she resides in Los Angeles. ‘Hot on the Mic’ is her club in which she hosts her popular comedy shows in the clubhouse. which have 230,000+ followers. When Leah is not hosting any shows she can be seen performing all around the US. Recently she was associated with Dane cook at the cosmopolitan in Las Vegas.
“Picture me, a dead inside comedian, finally ALIVE…this was far and away from the most important venue she has ever played, and for the primary time in her life, She walked off the stage proud of the comic She has become and the comic She knows She will be.” Leah said
Leah shared her story on a special talk show with Dane cook “It all started within the pits of despair. A long time ago She got heartbroken. Her friend Nicole Benham suggested she join the Clubhouse app, nothing associated with the breakup, nobody knew where the app was getting to go. Just knew it was popular and people were on here constantly. She didn’t think about going to comedy yet. It took 2 weeks before She became hooked on being in the clubhouse as often as possible.
For her, walking into a room and striking up a conversation with literally thousands of people listening is akin to performing stand-up comedy with a microphone in her hand to a live audience. There were many business rooms, She might just tell just lighthearted remarks in serious rooms. She didn’t realize what percentage of followers she used to be getting…that’s a lie, She used to be obsessively watching. But She used to be beginning to realize She wanted to try comedy there. That’s when Hot On the Mic was born, and she began doing get-up shows with her friends on the side…
She has a wonderful ecosystem of international comedians from all over the world. She’s in awe of the progress they’ve made together.” Leah said When Dane asked her about ” How long has she been performing standup and realizing what she does was working for her?” “She’s coming up on her 6th anniversary. People would say she’s still a baby in standup. When she first started her journey, She was eating shit left and right. Bombing, couldn’t find out her footing or voice. Someone told her it takes 10 years to find her voice, and then she still won’t find it. For an extended time, crowd work was the smallest amount of comfort on her behalf. But She noticed on the app that She even has a knack, so she pushed herself to try crowd shows.
She got so good at roast rooms and having to think on her feet, be present, and clap back right away. It’s hard, but this app accelerated. For her, It pushed her over the sting and now it’s one among her greatest skills.” Leah said