Laurie Graff, author of the bestselling You Have to Kiss a Lot of Frogs, currently reissued having received multiple printings here and abroad, has also written the novels Looking for Mr. Goodfrog and The Shiksa Syndrome.
A contributor to No Kidding, Complaint Box NY Times, Live Alone and Like It, It's A Wonderful Lie, Scenes from a Holiday, and the upcoming No Kidding (2013), her work is included in New Monologues for Women by Women and Best Men's Stage Monologues of 1999. One-act plays All My Problems, Telephone Call for Francine Stein, Love in the Time of Recession, and Charlie & Flo (at PS NBC) have been produced at WorkShop Theater Company where she is a member.
Her favorite acting role was "Frenchy," in the Broadway hit Grease, she plays herself in the documentary Mr. Right, and promotional appearances include Fox & Friends, Better TV, Joan Hamburg, SiriusXM, CNN Radio, and ABC World News Now.