Christy Eidson is a comedian, writer, and actor.  Southern-fried humor, with a pinch of sass and a hilarious dose of attitude all work together to describe the comic entity known as Christy.  She creates colorfully visual stories from her distinct southern point-of-view.  She is a strong female comedian, but doesn’t like to be labeled just a “female comic”, because she can hold her own with the boys.  Some describe her as “Melissa McCarthy meets Jack Black”.  On stage, she comes across as extremely likeable and confident, yet unpredictable.  Christy is highly energetic, charismatic, has strong comedic timing, and commands the stage.  With this combination, she quickly grabs the audience’s attention and doesn’t let it go until she’s walking off the stage. 

Christy is the unique comedian who can perform in front of just about ANY audience.  She performs at comedy clubs, biker rallies, gay pride festivals, and various benefit shows.  “Many audience members vowed that they hadn’t laughed so long or so hard in years.”  Very few comics can pull off performing risqué shows back-to-back with clean shows, but Christy executes it effortlessly and professionally.   

Christy has appeared in a national TV commercial for Blu E-cigarettes as well as having a recurring role on   “Still the King” starring Billy Ray Cyrus on CMT.  She has appeared on "Last Comic Standing" and "Nashville Star" on NBC, and "Nashville" on ABC.  She has performed in such places as the Improv, the Comedy Store, and the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles, the Ice House in Pasadena, HA's in New York City, as well as other comedy clubs throughout the country including Zanies, the Comedy Catch, Side Splitters, McCurdy's, Comedy Zone, Stardome, and many more.  She showcased several years at the World Series of Comedy Festival in Las Vegas.  She has shared the stage with such comics as Pauly Shore, Charlie Murphy, Jim Florentine, Ty Barnett, and Jimmy Shubert.  She also studied with the legendary Groundlings in Los Angeles with instructors such as Ben Falcone and Hugh Davidson.