Coree SpencerCoree Spencer wanted to be an actress when she was five, started writing and drawing her own comic books at seven. When she was eight, she was putting on plays with finger puppets behind her parent's couch for her family. She even played with dolls until an embarrassing age (fourteen).
All of this formed the comedienne you see today. Watching MTV's The State and SNL in the early 90's solidified her need to make comedy whenever and wherever she could.
Coree is a stand-up comedienne in San Francisco, an award winning filmmaker and editor, a radio personality and contributing interviewer for poprockcandymountain.com "Comedian on Comedian." Featuring interviews with Sarah Silverman, David Cross, Michael Ian Black, Wyatt Cenac, Hard n' Phirm, Todd Barry and more.