"My dad gave my sister and me Star Trek references as middle names.
I got Q, my sister got Klingon, and he got divorced."
Bonnie Q is an NYC-based comedian, impersonator, writer, and actor. She holds a BFA in Acting from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, an MA in Arts Administration from Baruch College, trained at Chicago's Second City, NYU, Stonestreet Studios, and The Peoples Improv Theater, and is a member of The Anita Laugh Comedy Troupe.
She has performed in multiple cities as well as some of New York's most famous venues, including Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, and Gotham Comedy Club. Bonnie Q produces numerous shows across New York and New Jersey, such as That's My Q! (a monthly stand-up show featuring her favorite NYC comedians), Q Lab (a monthly open mic with guest spots), and Mommy Dearest & Me (a mother/daughter comedic variety show).
Bonnie Q's stand-up most notably features many impersonations including Ariana Grande, Melissa Villaseñor (SNL), Cardi B, Gwen Stefani, Billie Eilish, Adam Sandler, Larry David, Sebastian Maniscalco, Aaron Paul., Nick Kroll's Coach Steve (Big Mouth), Seth Rogen laughing and Will Ferrell sneezing. Her Ariana Grande impersonation has been featured on dozens of shows, including Chris Gethard Presents TV. She also does a killer Australian accent, mate!
Bonnie Q has written multiple television pilots, including one based off of Mommy Dearest & Me that takes an inside look at her experience performing with her own mother, SNL packets, game shows, commercial parodies, character monologues, and spec scripts for Family Guy, Big Mouth, and Netflix's Living with Yourself.
Despite the craziness of the pandemic, Bonnie Q has still been able to perform online and at outdoor venues. She was a featured comedian in 2020's 5th Borough Comedy Festival, the winner of 2020's Coney Island One-Liner Festival, and was recently interviewed by Comedy Network Live.