Love hails from Detroit where she was raised in the Brewster-Douglass housing projects. She worked on the General Motors assembly line adding doors to Oldsmobile Cutlasses before becoming an electrical engineer. As an engineer, she moved to California for a job with Xerox. The move also offered an outlet to her comedy career. After a promising debut on “Star Search” in 2003, Love became a popular comedian on late night television and cable networks such as E! Entertainment Television, CNN, Comedy Central and VH-1. She frequently appears on “Chelsea Lately” and “TruTV Presents: World’s Dumbest…”
“Loni Love is going to bring a outrageous night of comedy that will be filled with local flair because of her Michigan roots,” said BWFF Executive Director Jeremy Stemen. “The BWFF is thrilled to continue our growing tradition of offering entertainment acts with national acclaim.” For more information on Loni Love and her upcoming television appearances, please visit www.lonilove.com
The 2011 festival headliner was Michigan native Dave Coulier, a comedian best known for his role as Uncle Joey on television’s “Full House.”
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