Interview with Vicky Kuperman | Global Biz

Russian-born Vicky Kuperman has performed nationwide for over a decade and was named one of Huffington Post’s new comedians to watch.  She’s been seen on Live From Gotham, Nickelodeon, The Maxim comedy Showcase and heard regularly on SiriusXM. 

Her comedy albums When I Could FeelAll Good! and Three’s Comedy are in regular rotation on SiriusXM, and her book How to Spy on Your Neighbor was top 10 in political-humor on Amazon. 

In her comedy, Vicky talks about everything from her Russian Family, World Travel, and marrying a younger guy, to her favorite topic: dogs. She just got back from a three-week military tour for Armed Forces Entertainment. She entertained troops on 15 military bases and five countries across Europe and it was one of the greatest honors of her life.

She performed her Off-Broadway one-hour solo stand-up show to packed houses for five nights at the 2014 United Solo Theatre Festival, where she won “Best Stand-up of the Fest.”

Interview with Vicky Kuperman

1. What gets you out of bed in the morning i.e., What is your source of motivation? 

Yesterday’s version of me. If yesterday’s version of me set up my day right, with things to do, places to go, and goals to achieve, then I’ll get out of bed. If yesterday’s me watched reruns of Beverly Hills 90210 all day, then today’s me will stay in bed and watch reruns of Beverly Hills 90210. That’s why I always tell myself : “ Be the person today that the tomorrow you will thank.”
2. What is your business / work all about ? 
I’m a stand-up comedian. I want to make people laugh. Their joy brings me joy. 
3. Why should people choose you / your product / service ? 
If they have a sense of humor and like to have fun! If they don’t, they’re probably one of the many guys I dated in my 20s who couldn’t handle a woman who was funnier than them. 
4. What comes first for you, money or emotions? 
5. Tell me about an accomplishment you are most proud of.
Convincing my husband to get a dog. It was a four-year-long battle and I WON. 

6. How do you handle the pressure?
7. What advice would you give to someone starting out ? 
Become an accountant.
Don’t wait around for people to book you. Get as much stage time as possible, produce your own shows, don’t get caught up in drama, and stick to the craft. And always, always speak up and stand up for yourself when you’re being treated unfairly. I wish I’d done that.
Vicky Kuperman
Vicky Kuperman
Comedian | Author | Writer
Show CommentsClose Comments

Leave a comment