Shelby Fero

About Shelby Fero

Who is it?: Writer, Actress, Miscellaneous Crew
Birth Day: October 27, 1993
Birth Place:  Santa Clara, California, United States
Birth Sign: Scorpio
Birth name: Shelby Ann Fero
Medium: Stand up, television, video, Twitter
Years active: 2010–present
Genres: Observational comedy
Subject(s): gender dynamics, female stereotypes, everyday life
Notable works and roles: Other Space Money From Strangers @midnight Chozen Robot Chicken

Shelby Fero Net Worth

Shelby Fero was born on October 27, 1993 in  Santa Clara, California, United States, is Writer, Actress, Miscellaneous Crew. Born in the Bay Area, Shelby Fero is a writer, performer, and comedian living in Los Angeles, California.She began her career by contributing to humor websites such as, Funny or Die, and Rookie Magazine while still in high school -- while also amassing over 100k followers on her Twitter account. Moving to LA the summer after high school, she interned at Cracked and Funny or Die before attending the screenwriting program at the University of Southern California. While there, she continued to regularly perform and write, leaving her sophomore year of college to accept a staff writing position for a new FX television show.Since then, she's written for and/or appeared in numerous television and live shows, including @Midnight on Comedy Central, Robot Chicken on Adult Swim, and Girl Code on MTV. She has three siblings and two dogs.
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Fero was born at Stanford Hospital on October 27, 1993. After graduating from Menlo-Atherton High School, she attended the USC School of Cinematic Arts before leaving to pursue a career in comedy.


Shelby Fero is an American Comedian best known for her popular tweets. She has written for Cracked and HelloGiggles. Fero has done stand-up at Magic Bag (Eliza Skinner's and DC Pierson's stand-up showcase in Los Angeles). She appeared on a live version of WTF with Marc Maron, and has been a panelist several times on National Public Radio's Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me show. In 2016 she won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program.