Lizzy was named one of TimeOut LA's Comics to Watch. She's appeared on AMC's Send Help, Comedy Central's Corporate, HBO's Crashing, Kirby Jenner on Quibi, Lights Out with David Spade, and The Deadliest Chef. She opened for Bikini Kill at the Greek Theatre, and played Marsha Tanley in the videos for Lord Huron's album Vide Noir.  These days you can see her hosting Jackpocket Live, where you can win money with her while grafted to your recliner!

She hosted a year-long experimental podcast called Lizzy Cooperman's In Your Hands, in which the listeners crowdsourced her life. It was featured on the front page of Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Pocket Casts, and listed at the top of Apple's year-end round up, along with Lifehacker's list of Best Podcasts of 2022.

She's written for several shows including We've Got Company!, TBD's The Link, Not Safe with Nikki Glaser, The Soup, The Dish, Will From Home, Ryan Doesn't Know, The Eric Andre Show, and a show that only aired in the Ukraine and Germany called Naked and Funny.  Her damaged yet optimistic tarot-reading character, Mountain Schwartz, has been featured regularly on Netflix Radio and has also appeared on Super Deluxe and Funny Or Die.  

Lizzy headlined The New York Comedy Festival and Portland's HahaHarvest Fest, and has been featured at Bentzen Ball, Politicon, Red Clay Comedy Festival, RIOT LA, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, and New Faces at JFL.  Her debut album, Organism, is regularly featured on SiriusXM and is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and, lest we forget, Google Play.  Lizzy's also a poet whose work has appeared in Hotel Amerika, Cosmoetica, and Harvard Review.

                              photo by Lee Jameson