Born and raised in Longwood, Florida, Kaycee moved to Los Angeles after graduating from the University of Florida and eagerly accepted a position in the NBC Page Program. Well-suited to be a Page, Kaycee’s outgoing and friendly nature gives her the charm and likability of the “gay girl next door.
When her time as an NBC Page ended, Kaycee was hired by The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. While there, she created, produced, and hosted a web series on NBC.com called “On The Lot With Kaycee” where she interviewed celebrity guests and audience members attending the show.
This is when Kaycee realized her passion for making people laugh. She continued the web series, and eventually began making regular guest appearances on The Tonight Show as the always helpful and eager, “Kaycee the Page.”
She worked her way up to Associate Producer on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno and when NBC passed the Tonight Show torch to Jimmy Fallon in New York, Kaycee continued her career behind-the-scenes, working for the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), the NFL Network, and The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Then, after 8 years in the television industry, Kaycee quit… to be a standup comedian.
On stage, Kaycee shares her observations on the little details of everyday life and tells stories from her unique perspective as a lesbian with terrible gaydar. She performs regularly at venues all over Los Angeles and recently earned “Best Of The Fest” at the Burbank Comedy Festival. (See SHOWS for upcoming performances.)
Kaycee currently co-hosts the “Not From Here” podcast featuring fish out of water stories (available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and wherever you listen to podcasts), and hosts the “Clean Comic” web series where she cleans her apartment (available on her YouTube channel and Facebook page.)