Deborah Delk - A dual resident of Chicago and Atlanta...Delk, who always carries her love for her fellow servicemen and women on and off the stage (former army vet). Delk in one hand holds a degree in Nursing from Emory University, and in the other hand a BIG FAT NEEDLE! She is a comedian, a motivational speaker and believes laughter is the medicine that cures all and has the perfect blend from her past profession in nursing to now.
Comedy performances: regularly appeared at "Taboo 2 Bistro,", "The Basement Theatre" and Uptown Comedy Club all prominent comedy clubs in the Atlanta area; appeared at the Hollywood Improv, Chicago's Jokes and Notes, Red Pepper Lounge, Elvis Tribute, The Psalms Cafe in St. Simon's Island and Escape Alley in Memphis Tennessee, Jazz and Jokes in Nashville. Deborah performs for religious organizations; Greater Travelers Rest Church, Anointed Word Ministries, and The Red Hat Society. She travels all over the country. She is just down to earth and keeps it real. Corporate events - WellStar Health Care, General Electric, CDC, Automobile Acceptance Corporation, Department of Community Health, Kendercare and Administrative Executives of Mississippi, Keeping the Dream Alive Foundation to name a few.
She is an actress and does voice overs: recent movies "Endless Love", "Cruel Summer", "Haters", "Slice 2 and 3", TV Vampire Diaries, Theatre - "Things We Do For Love" appeared at the well-known Punchline Comedy club starring in the play, "Sonny's Place" as 'Big Bertha".
Education: Graduated from: Mundelein College received a BA in Business, BS Nursing from Emory University School of Nursing, comedy education with Judy Carter's Comedy Workshop (author of The Comedy Bible), The Basement Theatre -Improv classes - instructor JStar, a member of the Premier Acting Network (Dwayne Boyd CEO ). WRA Williams Reynolds Agency, member of NAPW(National Association Of Professional Women)2012 and CEO of Right 2 Laugh LLC.
Listed on Gigmaster.s booking site, she received a -5 star rating customer satisfaction for 2011 - 2016. Two times winner of comedian Bruce Bruce's Best Comedian Award 2011 and “I Am a Star” winner November 2012. The State of Georgia talent contest - First place winner 2011.