Catch my set on The Late Late Show with James Corden:
Refreshing, artistic and boundlessly confident, Okatsuka’s sense of humor makes audiences feel like they have always been on her side, even when she’s taking them to task." - TIMEOUT Los Angeles
Atsuko Okatsuka had a perfect little self-contained set on The Late Late Show this week. Okatsuka’s set was based on two precepts: that she is essentially a child and that she did not ask to be born. These may be the two most relatable feelings, existentially, we’ve got going right now. Nobody feels adult enough to be doing all … this, and nobody chose to enter this reality. Okatsuka uses both these ideas to justify making out with a stranger’s dog, and that’s why she’s one of the best in the biz." - VULTURE
Atsuko is a standup comedian, actor, and writer residing in Los Angeles. She just had her debut late night appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. She's written for Adult Swim's The Eric Andre Show & Soft Focus with Jena Friedman and is in Season 3 of HBO's Room 104, The Show Nextdoor with Randall Park on ROKU+, and HULU's latest project with ATTN: Mom & Pop. She is currently a cast member of Stephen Colbert produced animated series "Fairview" coming out on Comedy Central & "Washingtonia" coming out on Paramount+ in early 2022. Listen to her debut album "But I Control Me" produced by Comedy Dynamics available on Spotify, Google Play, iTunes, and more!
My Egg Jewelry Line for sale on my upcoming Tour!
An exciting new collab with Glitterlimes featuring my famous
egg necklace & earrings
Catch me at Netflix is a Joke Fest 4/30! 👇
I'm on tour! See me in your city:
My Album "But I Control Me" is out now!
LET'S GO, ATSUKO! from Quarantine ❣️
episodes avail wherever you get your podcasts 👇
With the ongoing pandemic, we wanted to bring Let's Go Atsuko to you at home. Tune in wherever you get your podcasts to hear Let's Go, Atsuko! at Home where Atsuko interviews some of your favorite comedians from all around the world & plays games with them. Also! Keep a look out for Let's Go, Atsuko! a (woke) Japanese Game Show coming soon LIVE, to a city near you after this pandemic is over.
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