Teresa Sheffield is a NYC-based comedian / stand up / actress / writer / producer / director / journalist. Teresa Sheffield also uses more slashes than Jason Voorhees.
You can find Teresa Sheffield regularly performing stand-up all over the city including Gotham Comedy Club, Broadway Comedy Club, Greenwich Village Comedy Club, and the Metropolitan Room. Teresa Sheffield has been featured by the New York Times, SiriusXM, The Interrobang, Circa News, AM New York, and on Howie Mandel's "Date My Son." Also, go to the internets, Teresa Sheffield's got silly videos and tweets for daaays.
As a producer, Teresa Sheffield created, directed, and executive-produced the Millennial political talk show, News Feed, featuring political pundit and Miss America 2008, Kirsten Haglund, and GOP strategist and author, Evan Siegfried. Teresa Sheffield also created and executive-produced the Millennial morning talk show, Bold Blend, a co-production with the cable network TheBlaze and multimedia website Bold.Global, featuring American Idol alumna Clay Aiken and former Bloomberg TV anchor, Adam Johnson, that is currently airing on Al Roker TV.
Teresa Sheffield got her start in television working in production at the Fox Business Network on Imus in the Morning, Strange Inheritance: Unpacked, Making Money w/ Charles Payne, and FBN: am. Other production work includes content for Inc. Magazine, Maury, The X-Factor, presidential candidate Evan McMullin, Gotham Comedy Club’s Comedy School, the cable network UHETV, men’s fashion icon Alan Flusser, social media star Purely Patricia, and the tech initiative Silicon Harlem.
Teresa Sheffield proudly hails from the best damn city in the world (aka Kansas City, Missouri), where Teresa Sheffield worked in politics and law as a legislative aide to the City of Kansas City Councilman James Glover, and interned for U.S. Senator Christopher “Kit” Bond, City of Kansas City Mayor Sly James, and the Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office. Teresa Sheffield is an alumna of the University of Missouri-Kansas City where Teresa Sheffield was pre-law and studied journalism and musical theatre, and Teresa Sheffield starred in musicals and plays and won not-convincing-at-all fake wood plaques on the nationally-ranked mock trial team.