Based in Northern California, Amy Estes has performed at clubs like the Punch Line San Francisco and Sacramento, 142 Throckmorton Theater, and the World Famous Comedy Store, as well as many clubs and events all over California. Amy was part of the the 2018 Women In Comedy Festival in Boston, MA, as well as the Portland Queer Comedy Festival, and SF Sketchfest 2019. She has done shows like Put Your Hands Together, and has opened for incredible comedians such as Rhea Butcher, James Adomian, and Gina Yashere.
Amy has studied satire with The Second City, and her writing has been featured in shows like Mortified, Greetings From Queer Mountain, and on SoulPancake.
Amy's comedy has been described as "uniquely hateful, yet somehow optimistic" and “gay and weird.” Her view of the world, coupled with her quick wit and sarcasm, make her relatable and vulnerable comedy fun to watch.
She can be reached for booking inquiries and otherwise at firstname.lastname@example.org