Hope Flood is one of the funniest “Keeping it real” comedians on the Laff circuit today. Her appeal is universal due to the everyday life experiences she speaks of. Whether its relationships, motherhood or just surviving in the new millennium, Hope’s political and spiritual commentary keeps audiences on the edges of their seats. She always leaves audiences thirsting for more of her funny.
Hope has ripped stages for nearly 30 years, appearing on Def Jam, ComicView & Comedy Central’s Comic Groove. She has also appeared on Comics unleashed with Byron Allen, Martin Lawrence’s 1st Amendment Stand Up and many more. Hope is also an acclaimed actress and executive, known for Baby Boy (2001), Comic Groove(2002) and Reach Around Radio (2011).
Not only is Hope funny, she has a heart of gold and gives back to the community with her non-profit organization, “Hopes Girlz Club.” Hopes Girlz Club is an after-school mentoring program for at-risk girls. Hope is also an “Amicae” (friends of Zeta), an auxiliary organization of “Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated.”
Hope is also the creator of Comics Rock Convention (http://www.comicsrockconvention.com/). The Comics Rock Convention unites a diverse group of comedians to hone their craft and share industry knowledge. This event enables comics to effectively brand and manage their business. CRC aims to help comics break into, and stay in the comedy business. It’s sole purpose is to network, mentor, collaborate and bring awareness to the rising talent in comedy.
CRC will be full of networking opportunities and career-changing resources for those interested in the comedy field.
Hope Flood is also the producer of weekly showcases that helped launch the careers of several highly successful comedians, including Jamie Foxx and Chris Tucker to name a few.
When it comes to style, class and talent, Hope Flood is in a league of her own.