Joyelle Nicole Johnson had a great set on Late Night with Seth Meyers Thursday night and talked about the best way to get back at your roommate, the least helpful person at the National History Museum, and she is going to teach you all about “panger.”
Johnson grew up in NJ, went to school in Boston, moved to Los Angeles and now is back on the east coast living in Brooklyn. She’s opened for Dave Chappelle, Hannibal Buress, Russell Peters, and toured with Maria Bamford. She’s performed at Sketchfest, Bonnaroo and Bumbershoot, and made her television debut on Wyatt Cenac’s Night Train. She is a regular at the world famous Comedy Cellar and she’s been featured New York Times, and a guest on Gail Meets Girls.