About Dumb Love
Dumb Love is a podcast about the dumb things people do for love from comedians Jen O'Neill Smith and Sally Brooks. Each week Jen and Sally share real love stories; two quickies, usually about hilariously stupid criminals, one crazy and often murderous tale, and one inspiring true love story.
If you love true crime podcasts, but are also secretly a sucker for the best love stories of all time, you're in the right place. Dumb Love is a little bit of true crime and a whole lot of true love. New episodes every Monday here or wherever you listen to podcasts about love, murder, and all the stuff that happens in between.
Meet the Hosts
Jen O’Neill Smith is a stand up comedian from Atlanta, GA who has performed all over the country. Named by Paste Magazine as one of the top 8 comics to watch in Atlanta, Jen has had the pleasure of performing on many festivals including the Limestone Comedy Festival, Laughing Skull Festival, Accidental Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival, Laugh your Asheville Off, Memphis Comedy Festival, Bird City Comedy Festival, Devil Cup and Hell Yes Fest.
She has also been a repeat guest on the hit Adult Swim series, William Street Swap Shop and has been featured on Amazon’s Audible Comedy show, “Punchlines”.
Jen also produces many comedy shows including the Schlitz and Giggles Stand Up Comedy Showcase, Date Night: A Sensual Comedy, and the Red Clay Comedy Festival. When Jen is not performing or producing comedy, she likes to spend her free time begging her family for forgiveness and riding bikes in the park.
Sally Brooks is a nationally touring stand-up comedian and writer whose personal stories of misadventure and fun-loving, smart-assed nature were honed in the back rooms of bars in Cincinnati, Ohio and now make her a favorite at the top clubs and colleges across the country. Her debut album, "Brooks Was Here" was released by Rooftop Comedy and debuted at the top of the iTunes Comedy charts. According to Pandora Radio "Sally Brooks unleashes a relentless wit on her debut album." The Laugh Button said she is "one of the hardest working comics in the business" and Axs.com called her a "rising star."
Sally has appeared on NBC's SeeSo, the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show, SIRIUS/XM and Audible's Limelight. She had a 2016 residency with the PIT Presents at the Peoples' Improv Theater in NYC and has been invited to perform at many festivals including Limestone, Laughing Skull, the New York Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy, and Gilda's LaughFest. Sally is the creator of the popular Suzy Jenkins web series, which served as an inspiration for the HULU show "Mother UP!".