In four short years, Gloria Bigelow has filmed three comedy specials for television. Her most recent, Fierce Funny Women currently airs on Showtime TV. Subtle, disarming and witty- Bigelow is a comic who doses out humor in bite sized chunks, easy for the listener to swallow but relentless nonetheless. With issues of sexuality, race, and gender at the forefront of her work, she has become one to watch on the national comedy scene. A gay black woman, she's got a bone to pick with everybody. She does so by wittingly tackling issues of "Low Lesbian Esteem" to the Iconization of Snoop Dogg all done with a smile. Her comedy has the ability to unite a diverse group of people with laughter. Gloria was featured in the film, Laughing Matters…Next Gen, which documented the lives and performances of five up and coming comics.
Glo, as she is called hosted the pre and post show for the first ever "NewNowNext" awards for MTV networks Logo Channel and was nominated the following year for their "Brink of Fame Comic" award. Bigelow has also performed at numerous festivals including, The New York Underground Comedy Festival, Michigan Gay and Lesbian Comedy Fest, and the Outlaugh Comedy Festival. Gloria is a crowd favorite where ever she steps onto the stage—from college campuses to comedy clubs- Glo's witty and honest brand of humor keeps her audiences laughing, thinking, and wanting more.