Eunice Elliott is an award-winning comedian, journalist, writer, producer, actress, author and podcast host.
Born and raised in Bessemer, Alabama native, Eunice Elliott is a distinguished graduate from The University of Alabama with a degree in Journalism/Theatre. “Roll Tide!”
Eunice can be heard weekly as the co-host of the podcast “Oh No, Girl Yes” where she discusses the challenges of dating and relationships with her unique comedic flair and insight.
Eunice has been recognized by Rolling Out Magazine as a “Top 25 Most Influential Women in Atlanta”, Thrillist Magazine named her the “Best Undiscovered Comedian in Alabama” and she was named “Funniest Person in Birmingham” by The Other Awards.
Most recently, Eunice was the lead anchor on the morning show of the NBC- affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama (WVTM-13), but left the news desk in March 2020 (not knowing there was a global pandemic awaiting) in order to use her voice and creative and unique perspective on life to encourage, inspire and entertain others. Even in the virtual space, Eunice has continued to be a sought after speaker.
Eunice has enjoyed working in sports & entertainment over the years, including stints at ESPN in Connecticut, The Tennessee Titans, The FedEx Orange Bowl Committee and helmed her own public relations firm for many years representing professional athletes.
Eunice has written three books, “So Much Love to Give” and “Being Different is Fun”, (children’s book series) and “10 Things Your Mama Never Told You, But Mine Did…Unconventional Wisdom to Navigate a World That Cares Nothing About You or Your Feelings”.
Eunice performs regularly as a stand-up comedian, and also enjoys acting, radio broadcasting and writing and producing new television shows.
After working as a morning show news anchor, Eunice enjoys being “off script” offering her musings about current events, politics and pop culture.