Famously known for being Comedy's Loveable Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli is well known for her stand-up routines. She is also quite well known for also being one of the industry's most lethal insult comics. Many people appreciate her often racy and raunchy acts, which often result in her ongoing popularity.
The American comedian focuses much of her routines around touchy subjects, like that of race and homosexuality. In fact, many people tend to appreciate her gift for gab, particularly when it comes to her taboo-type topics. However, despite many of her topics being what some might find to be politically incorrect, the comedian often focuses on topics or people that she appreciates in reality.
She was born in Connecticut during 1961 and into an Italian, middle class family along with two other sisters. Her mother worked for the local police department, while her father worked for Sikorsky Aircraft and later delved into painting. She, herself, worked for Popular Mechanics, Hit Parader, Spy and Rolling Stone.
Throughout her career, she has attended numerous celebrity roasts, and she released her own comedy DVD, Take It Like a man. During the year 2006, she made an appearance in Larry the Cable Guy's Health Inspector film. Other films included titles like Drillbit Taylor and Delta Force.
Although many of her routines tend to focus on a wide variety of taboo topics, many fans tend to enjoy her discussions on past relationships. However, most of these relationships were involved with black men, which is something the comedian often likes to reflect on. It is believed that much of her actual humor was influenced by the great Dean Martin, particularly after watching his once-televised roasts in her youth.
Those who enjoy a fun read tend to appreciate her memoir-style book, Chocolate, Please: My Adventures in Food, Fat, and Freaks. The memoir discusses her life in the world of comedy, along with hilarious tales about relationships and life in a nutshell. However, many often appreciate Lisa Lampanelli and her ability to be raunchy yet sincere at the same time, as with much of her routines in general.