Californian comedian Liz Guterbock's Edinburgh show 'Geriatric Millennial' is going down a treat with audiences and critics alike, with one of her jokes leading to her being declared runner-up in the coveted Dave Funniest Joke of the Fringe Awards. The joke which earned her the nomination was - "The most British thing I’ve ever heard? A lady who said, “Well I’m sorry, but I don’t apologise”. See the Top Ten Jokes.
Another of her jokes also featured in the Guardian's Top Ten Jokes of the Festival list.
In a 4 star review from Mumble she is described as "an eminently watchable performer, the elder statesmen of her own generation, whose blend of inviting voice & crystal-clear image making certainly left me feeling entertain’d".
Other review highlights include -
★★★ The Scotsman "easy, conversational delivery, making the lightest of political statements as she draws you into her well-crafted, endearing story"
★★★ Fest Magazine "a solidly funny hour of charming stand-up...from an already accomplished comic."
★★★ Chortle "Liz Guterbock glows with Californian positivity and polished impressions and heart-on-sleeve emotion...a meaningful and very watchable show."
Every afternoon at The Cellar at the Pleasance until Sunday 27th August.
Liz Guterbock is available for voiceovers from Anthea Represents. Click her image for her profile page and voiceover showreel.