Luelue Korrell was born and raised in Saginaw, Michigan. Luelue’s comedic roots began in high school, recognizing a calling early on. After obtaining several degrees and certifications to excel in the corporate world, Luelue transitioned into comedy full-time. Classes in writing, improv, and acting soon followed. When asked about the move into comedy, Luelue retorts “I have bad knees and I am tired of trying to climb the corporate ladder. I enjoy making others laugh, and have decided to live in the moment, pursue my dreams to the fullest”.

In two short years, Luelue performed at some of Atlanta’s hottest comedy clubs, including Punchline, Laughing Skull, and Atlanta Improv, to name a few. Additionally, Gotham Comedy Club in New York and Joey’s in Dearborn. In 2012, Luelue embarked upon a new journey, creating the bi-weekly show, 99 Shades of Funny. Luelue furthermore held responsibility for bookings, promotions, and hosting the popular show at Tavern 99 in Atlanta. Additionally, serving as creator/executive producer of Sistahs in Spanx Comedy Showcase, an annual showcase for female comedians of all skill sets in comedy.

Initially a soft-spoken comic, Luelue tells it like it is, saying out loud what others are thinking. Her natural comedic style delivers real life scenarios and high drama. Luelue continues to serve jokes straight with no chaser, and shake up the world of comedy. Future goals for the upcoming comedienne include headlining, touring, and sitcom production and development. Luelue states that comedy “has taught me so much about myself, and the world around me. Comedy is a gift I plan to share with the world. I have no doubt that God will continue to bless me in such a way that I will be able to be a blessing to others”. Luelue’s candor and stage presence continues to leave crowds begging for more.

Quick Q&A with Luelue Korrell:
Three words to describe Luelue, go! Reserved, outspoken, and cute!

Comedic style: I am versatile. I can be clean or dirty, raunchy or sarcastic. I imagine audiences’ get a kick out of me talking dirty because my physical appearance comes across as a clean, church girl.

Hecklers: The best way to deal with hecklers is to ignore them; otherwise hit them with a joke so hard the audience laughs and shuts the heckler down. She who has the mic has all the power.

Favorite comedians: Eddie Murphy, Bernie Mac, Joan Rivers, Bob Hope, Dean Martin, and Dave Chappelle.

Biggest inspiration: My son!

Best piece of advice you’ve ever received: Let go and let God! Pick your battles everything is not worth an argument.

Current projects: Working on my craft, and becoming a better comedian. Overall, working to become a better storyteller. In addition, working on producing comedy shows, including my annual “Sistahs in Spanx” comedy show, taking place in September. I am also looking forward to additional YouTube comedy skits this year.

In 10 years: I hope to see myself in movies, selling out tour dates, and breaking all of the top comedian records!