Kathy Buckley

Billed as “America’s First Hearing Impaired Comedienne,” Kathy Buckley is a five-time American Comedy Award Nominee as Best Stand-Up Female Comedienne, and the winner of countless other awards for her work. Her television appearances include The Tonight Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, Extra, Inside Edition, CNN, HBO, VH1’s Stand-Up Spotlight, Comic Strip Live, Evening at the Improve, and Caroline’s Comedy Hour. E! Entertainment named Kathy Buckley one of the “World’s Most Intriguing Women” in their original special. In addition to comedy, Kathy is an actress who is also known for her co-starring roles in TV series such as Touched by an Angel and starred in her own original award winning PBS special, No Labels No Limits. An active volunteer for causes close to her heart, Kathy Buckley spends time helping numerous children’s charities. A sought after motivational speaker, she has inspired people around the nation, speaking at corporate events, conferences, and universities.

Kathy Buckley is the author of the heartfelt and hilarious book, If You Could Hear What I See. She has also been recognized by the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Army for outstanding efforts toward disability employment awareness, and is a key motivational speaker for Anthony Robbins’ Life Mastery Classes.

Whether performing in a comedy club, appearing on television, speaking publicly, teaching at camps for children, or appearing in any number of other settings, Kathy Buckley bears her message that anything can be achieved when the heart and the mind work together.