Famous for her appearances on the NBC reality talent competition Last Comic Standing, she is also well known as the co-host of the humorous podcast My Wife Hates Me.
She launched her career after participating in an open mic comedy event in Vancouver, British Columbia, and subsequently entering and winning a competition called The Search for Canada's Funniest New Comic.
She presented comedy specials on HBO, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon and wrote and directed a movie titled Women Aren't Funny.
She and her three older siblings spent their youth in Cold Lake, Alberta, Canada. She and comedian Rich Vos married in 2005; welcomed a daughter named Rayna Lynn Vos in 2007; and launched their My Wife Hates Me podcast in 2011.
She was featured on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn.