Nebraska Authors

T. Marni Vos

Born ≈ 1954 Ipswich (ENGLAND)

A well known Lincoln comedienne, Vos wrote columns for the Lincoln Journal Star and Daily Nebraskan.

Places Lived

ENGLAND
Lincoln, NE
California

Author Of

  • Journalism
  • Music and Audio
  • Nonfiction

Keywords

Comedy; Performance Artist; Newspaper Columns

Education

High School Diploma, 1974, Southeast High School, Lincoln, NE
Undergraduate Studies, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE
Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theater, Speech and Literature, 1980, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

Occupation

Drama and Speech Teacher
Manager
Standup Comedian

Places Worked

Waverly High School, Waverly, NE
Taco Inn, Lincoln, NE

Honors

Finalist, San Francisco International Stand-Up Comedy Competition, 1992

Bibliography

T. Marni Vos: Keynote Speaker, Stand-up Comedienne, Humor Consultant, Workshop Presenter. (compact disc)
The Second Quarterly Unemployment Calendar. 1983.
Nebraska Humor Month: A Celebration at Barrymore's. contributor, 1984. (video)

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