In 2006 Jen was the Runner Up in the MySpace Stand Up/Sit Down Comedy Challenge, which aired on both TBS and as part of Comic Relief on HBO.
In 2007 Jen appeared on Showtime’s White Boyz in the Hood and Comics Unleashed. In 2008 Jen appeared in Jamie Kennedy’s new comedy documentary Heckler, was a featured comedian on Oxygen’s 25iest Celebrity Bad Girls Gone Good.
In 2008 Kober headlined at over 300 colleges across the country!
2009 had Jen appearing on NESN’s Comedy All Stars, and Kober taped a stand up special for MTV’s LoGo Network that is still airing now.
2010 was an explosive year for Jen - On the acting front, Kober played villainess Muriel Ledger in the family feature film Cool Dog, she had a recurring role as lawyer andrea cazayoux in the new HBO drama series, Treme, and filmed a role in the feature film The Texas Killing Fields with Sam Worthington.
In 2011, Jen appeared on Happy Endings on ABC,
and on Season 8 of the hit HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm. Jen played Lo’Quacious Jones in the new MTV movie Worst. Prom. Ever. and she also taped a co-starring role in an episode of NBC’s new hit sitcom Up All Night with Christina Applegate and Maya Rudolph.
2012 will be another busy year as kober begins an 88 city college tour, and prepares to tape a new one hour stand-up special for tv.
In April jen appeared on the big screen in the american pie reunion movie. This summer kober filmed the new movie Tick Tock, and she has a co-starring role on the mindy project with mindy kaling (the office) which airs tuesdays on fox starting sept 25. Look for jen on stand-up in stilettos (TV GUIDE channel) and in upcoming episodes of charlie sheen’s new f/x show,
The huffington post writes, “Then there was an explosive comedic voice that nearly stole the show. JEN KOBER hijacked the stage like a house of fire. Starting off slowly, yet loudly, KOBER beat the audience into submission with her high-energy sarcastic and observational stories.”
Leslie Berman of The SWLA Times writes, "Kober is one of the most talented comics of our time. I have been betting on her to find her niche and go national since the first time I saw her. I thought: ‘She’s got to be our 21st Century Lucille Ball,’ and that’s no exaggeration. If you're twenty years younger than me, think hipper Tracey Ullman."
Jen Kober currently lives in Los Angeles, CA where she continues to develop new material and travel the globe spreading mass amounts of laughter world-wide with both her stand-up and improvised comedy shows.
Jen loves Yoo-Hoo and ranch flavored Corn-Nuts and wonders why instant gratification takes so long.
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