Crystal Powell

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Handing award-winning comedian Crystal Powell a mic is like lighting a fuse under a powder keg. The results are explosive! Born and raised in rural Texas towns, Crystal proudly embraces her roots as a down-home girl with a heart as big as her dreams. Her talents have taken her far from small-town life, however, to venues across the country. When she hits the stage, she mixes relatable everyday situations with personal anecdotes and trending topics that send her crowds into fits of laughter.

The Prairie View A&M University graduate earned the moniker triple threat by adding actor and singer to her dossier. She is an active SAG/AFTRA member. Recently appearing on Discovery + for the Puppy Bowl and snagging roles in the 2020 Lionsgate movie #2MinutesofFame with Katt Williams and KeKe Palmer; the 2018 film My B.F.F. starring Malik Yoba; Ball Don’t Lie featuring Nick Cannon, Ludacris and Rosanna Arquette; and making a guest appearance on the Emmy-nominated Jimmy Kimmel Live show. She has been interviewed on major network affiliates for FOX, ABC, NBC, CBS, The CW, TVOne, SiriusXM Radio‘s popular show Sway in the Morning, and Quakeshouse on Kevin Hart’s LOL Radio. In 2016, she was chosen from hundreds to represent one of the best comics around the country for Kevin Hart’s nationally syndicated hit TV show, Hart of the City, which debuted on Comedy Central.

Making several appearances as a guest correspondent on long-running syndicated FOX TV show Dish Nation and as a contestant on Season 15 of Emmy-winning America’s Got Talent, NBC's No. 1 summer show drawing in approximately 9 million viewers per episode.

Currently working as the Emcee of the Magic Mike Live Show and Weekly Magic Mike Podcast available on Spotify and apple. Crystal has packed venues nationwide, performing at L.A’s Laugh Factory, World Famous Comedy Store, the San Diego Civic Center, and the Los Angeles, Ontario, Palm Beach, Arlington and Houston Improv Comedy Clubs, to name a few and was chosen as a feature comic for the prestigious Laugh Out Loud comedy festival in 2018. She has appeared alongside comedic powerhouses such as Kevin Hart, Bill Burr, Donnell Rawlings, Mike Epps, Earthquake, Dean Edwards and can hold her own in any arena. Crystal won the 2015 i10 Media “Influential Entertainer’s Award,” the Houston Improv’s “Producer’s Award” and was named one of “Houston’s All-Stars of Comedy.” She also hosted a four-day event in honor of National Humor Month that made citywide headlines in Houston. In 2017, Crystal was chosen by the Super Bowl committee as the only comedian to perform for the crowds during Super Bowl Live.

Comedy is more than a career choice; it is a way of release and healing for Crystal. In 2015, the mayor of Houston issued an official proclamation naming September 18th as “Crystal Powell ‘Laughter Heals’ Day” in the City of Houston. She has broken through in a male-dominated field and is able to connect with audiences from various walks of life. She believes that laughter is the great equalizer, and regardless of culture, age or gender, it unites us all.