Burpie Presents Comedians You Should Know: Tacarra Williams
There is a new beast killing the comedy game that makes people cry laughing, and she is absolutely beautiful! Tacarra Williams is the consummate hyphenate–school teacher, plus-sized model, motivational speaker, and fearless writer. Known throughout the comedy industry as at “The Beautiful Beast,” from the moment she picks up the microphone, until the time she walks off stage, audiences can feel the laughter erupt–using her hard-won wisdom learned from the streets of NYC, her experience as a young mother, and her most recent endeavor as a Life Skills coach to inmates in the largest jail system in American, Tacarra dares to be the voice for every woman…never afraid to say what is on everyone’s mind, refusing to bow down to the prejudiced opinions of men Tacarra’s attitude towards female empowerment has earned her respect and love from women throughout the country.
Opening for the likes of Tony Rock, Deray Davis, and Bill Bellamy, her talent and wit cannot be denied. Having recently been featured on NBC’s Bring the Funny, Tacarra Williams has been described as “fearless” and “unapologetically honest.” As she pursues her dream of being a full-time comic, she has hit every major stage in New York and Hollywood, CA., including Carolines, Broadway Comedy Club, Apollo Theatre, Hollywood Improv, The Comedy Store, Russell Simmons’ All Def Digital, and The Laugh Factory. Her 30 min Comedy special, produced by Kevin Hart, has been featured on Comedy Central. If you think that’s notoriety, Tacarra is the only female in the history of the Shaq Comedy All-Star Competition to make it to the finals, and she is the very first Female host for Chocolate Sundaes at the Laugh Factory. Catch her meteoric rise on NBC.
I love everything about Tacarra’s comedy because it is so real and authentic whenever you get a chance to catch her in your city GO SEE HER, it’s a guaranteed good time. Check out some of her work below and you can also go to her to website https://www.tacarra.com/