Alice Frick

Comedian | Actress | Writer | Producer

Work

Laughing Labia Mix Female Comedy Show

Laughing Labia Show /monthly Comedy Show in London / 2hrs / Laughing Labia is an all female comedy and cabaret show. We are proud and happy of our diverse line up. Women are funny and great entertainers with their unique backgrounds. Diversity is mostly emphasised in our show. Race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age, physical abilities and cultural identity – we want to show that entertainment can be so much funnier, richer and deeper than represented on TV and in the media.

founded and hosted by Alice Frick.

What the Frick - Sitcom

What the Frick – Sitcom Pilot / UK 2018 / 20min / Austrian Lisl Frick, escapes the Alps to follow a few of her favourite things: doing comedy and being openly gay. Thinking that London needs another comedian, she breaks free from her conservative parents, who want her to take over the family business and get married to her cousin Hansl (Gatis Kandis, known from ‘Britain’s Got Talent’) and ventures to London.

Chasing her dream, wide-eyed Lisl gets distracted by flatmate Kelly, a wild American party animal, who gives her advice on the British culture, and constantly leads her in awkward predicaments. It is not long before a lovesick Hansl racks her down…

A sitcom written by and starring comedian Alice Frick.

Das kleine Vergnügen

International title: Redefining EmmaShop of Little Pleasures 93min / 2017 / fiction / feature / festival awards: Best Supporting Actress (Waltraut Haas), Sydney Indie Film Festival 2017, Best Foreign Film, LA Femme Film Festival, Los Angeles, 2017, Directors Board Award, North Carolina Film Awards 2017, Best International Fiction Feature, Lanus Film Festival, Argentinien 2017, Best Production Design, FELACOS Long and Short Film Festival, Chile 2017, Best Supporting Actress (Waltraut Haas) & Best Costumes Design in a Feature Film, South Film and Arts Academy, Chile 2018, Nominierung NDR Nachwuchsfilmpreis 2018

Alice was the co-writer, co-producer & actress in a supporting role

 

Postmodern Times

Postmodern Times / 9min / 2011 / fiction / short / festival awards: Bear in Bronze, Festival of Nations 2012, Golden Diana and Award for Best Austrian Film, International Film Festival of non commercial Film, 2011

Alice was the female lead

 

Apple Juice

Apple Juice – Life as a Stand Up Comedian / 22min / 2013 / documentary / short

with and about Alice’s stand up performances at Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival

 

Eiswolke

Icebound / 15min / 2006 /  fiction / short / festival award: Golden Diana 2007

Alice was the female lead

 

deli.Moment

deli.Moment / 8min / 2005 / fiction / short / festival award: Bronze Diana 2007

Alice was the female lead