Aparna started out doing comedy in her hometown of Washington D.C. and now resides in New York City. 2016â€™s Elleâ€™s Women in Comedy Issue, featured her as one of the most exciting new voices to hit the comedy scene. She is a series regular in the debut season of Comedy Centralâ€™s Corporate and has reprised her role in season 2 of HBOâ€™s CRASHING. Aparna is also featured in the second season of Netflixâ€™s The Standups. Other television credits include Netflixâ€™s Master of None and LOVE, HBOâ€™s High Maintenance Comedy Centralâ€™s Inside Amy Schumer, appearing as a US correspondent for Daveâ€™s (UK) Unspun with Matt Forde, and Huluâ€™s I Love You, America with Sarah Silverman. In 2018 she makes her feature debut in the Paul Feig movie A Simple Favor. Her TV stand up appearances include Seesoâ€™s stand up series Night Train with Wyatt Cenac, season 2 of Comedy Centralâ€™s Meltdown as well as Adam Devineâ€™s House Party. In 2013, she made her late night stand up debut on TBSâ€™s Conan and was one of the breakout New Faces at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. Her TV writing credits include Late Night with Seth Meyers as well as being a regular correspondent/writer on FXâ€™s Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. She is also an alumna of the NBC Stand Up for Diversity program and currently headlines throughout the world and has been seen at a number of festivals including Comedy Centralâ€™s Clusterfest, Portlandâ€™s Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Moontower, SF Sketchfest, DCâ€™s Bentzen Ball, Outside Lands, Bonnaroo and Dublinâ€™s Vodaphone Comedy Festival. Aparnaâ€™s been featured on and in NPR, Readerâ€™s Digest, The Huffington Post, The Washington Post Magazine, XM Radio, and Slate V. She can regularly be seen performing at the Upright Citizenâ€™s Brigadeâ€™s in LA and NYC. Her debut album Just Putting It Out There was released in July 2016 by Tig Notaroâ€™s label Bentzen Ball Records and hit the #4 on Billboard Comedy Charts.