Nadya Ginsburg


The online home for actress, writer, and comedian Nadya Ginsburg.

A hilarious laugh riot!
— Michael Musto of The Village Voice

Nadya Ginsburg has been called “the woman of a thousand voices” and her career as an actress, comedian and writer encompass the NYC and LA stage, network television and feature film.

Nadya got her start in the alternative comedy scene in New York City. She’s shared the stage with Lily Tomlin, Amy Sedaris, Sarah Silverman and Amy Poehler and she’s written for comedy legends Joan Rivers and Roseanne Barr. She’s best known for her impressions of Madonna and Cher which have an international cult following, and her work has been featured in The New York Times, London's Q Magazine, The New Yorker, The Village Voice, Time Out New York and In Style Magazine. As a voice-over artist, she has lent her talents to everything from Anime films to to national commercials and radio spots.

Nadya Guest Starred on “2 Broke Girls,” was a Comedy Judge on “RuPaul's Drag Race,” and played herself in the series “Brody Stevens: Enjoy It!” produced by Zach Galifianakis. Most recently Nadya was in the Ben Stiller Produced Feature “Friendsgiving” played Gina in Howard Skora’s critically acclaimed play, “Damaged Furniture,” and finished a sold out run of her latest solo show, “Anxious and Dangerous!” which is about to tour the U.S. The second season of her webseries, #Madonnalogues will be premiering in 2019. Nadya lives in Los Angeles and tours nationally as a comedian.

Nadya is perfection.
— Joan Rivers
— Roseanne Barr
Nadya is a national treasure.
— Alexis Arquette
Outrageously funny.
— The Advocate
Wickedly funny.
— The Huffington Post
Ginsburg rules!
— Al Roker
She is abso-fuckin-lutely amazing. What she does as a standup comic, and what she does on the Web, she’s second to none. It’s insane it’s so good.”
— Musician Mark Eitzel