Grace Freud

Grace Freud is a writer and comedian based on Earth. Most recently she was a co-producer on season 2 of Netflix’s Inside Job. Previously she was an executive story editor on the upcoming Mike Judge/Greg Daniels animated series Bad Crimes, a story editor on the Adult Swim series XV-LIV and a staff-writer on Rick and Morty. She has also consulted on The Eric Andre Show. She wrote an original comic for Marvel as part of their Pride Voices series and wrote the comic book, Rick and Morty Presents: Jerryboree. Prior to writing for Television, Grace wrote for all of your favorite comedy websites, including ClickHole, The Onion and Funny or Die. Grace performs across the country with her trans sketch duo GIRL GOD, the most famous trans sketch duo of all time.


Earwolf Presents

with Jacquis Neal, Grace Freud, April Clark, Mano Agapion, Oscar Montoya, Jacob Wysocki, Lisa Gilroy, Betsy Sodaro, Andrew Ti, Cody Ziglar, Niles Abston, Chuck Maa, Gilli Nissim, Jake Jabbour

Earwolf Presents is back with a brand-new limited comedy series every month. No big celeb names here, just Earwolf bringing you the funniest people in comedy.

Guest Appearances

June 22, 2023

Grace and April welcome Theda Hammel and Macy Rodman to discuss what it’s like podcast consulting for some of America’s most famous men.

June 15, 2023

Grace and April welcome Matthew Goldin from the LA chapter of the Friends and Allies of Gays, to discuss his important work providing housing for gay residents in need. 

June 8, 2023

Grace and April welcome Brandon Wardell to discuss Jordan Peterson’s 12 Rules For Life, meat sundaes, and how to be your own doctor.

June 6, 2023

TV Club welcomes Grace Freud and April Clark (Earwolf Presents: The Girl God Experience) for an off the rails episode where they pitch Ashley better endings to Ted Lasso, describe how you trick a hoarder into never hoarding again, and explain how Roger on American Dad perfectly captures the wreck of an old gay man.

June 1, 2023

Finally, a podcast willing to ask the tough questions! Grace Freud and April Clark (together known as Girl God) are challenging modern orthodoxies on everything from gender and sexuality to politics and religion, and they don’t care whose feelings they hurt.