Lisa served as Roast Master for the Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy in 2009
The tentative title of Lisa's first book is: "The World According to Lisa: The Queen of Mean's Guide to the Universe."
Lisa will have her first book published next year by HarperCollins.
Lisa roasted Gene Simmons (of the band KISS) on his show Gene Simmons Family Jewels.
Lisa will star in a Jim Carrey-produced comedy show for HBO. The show is about a woman who inherits a comedy club and becomes a mother-like figure to it's regular comedians.
Lisa was named one of Maxim Magazine's Bachelorettes of the Year in 2007.
Lisa will perform at Carnegie Hall on May 17th, 2008.
Lisa will be on several episodes of the NBC game show "1 vs. 100" this upcoming season.
Lisa will appear on Larry the Cable Guy's upcoming Christmas special on VH1. The special will also be released on CD and DVD.
Lisa will be the closer at the Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav.
Lisa's movie with Owen Wilson, Drillbit Taylor, is due in theaters Christmas '07.
After graduating from Syracuse, Lisa went through a graduate program at Harvard.
While at Spy magazine, Lisa was a fact checker and the first chief of research.
Lampanelli graduated from Syracuse University in 1983 with a degree in newspaper journalism.
Lisa revealed on the Howard Stern Show that she has anger management issues.
Lisa has worked for Popular Mechanics, Rolling Stone, and Spy magazines.
Ms. Lampanelli has a journalism degree from Syracuse University.
Ms. Lampanelli will join Owen Wilson in the upcoming flick "Drillbit Taylor".
She has a tv show in the works for the FOX network, titled "Big Loud Lisa".
Ms. Lampanelli was the only female comedian that roasted Chevy Chase at his Comedy Central roast.
She was in the movie "The Aristocrats."
She has roasted 4 celebrities on Comedy Central: Chevy Chase, Jeff Foxworthy, Pamela Anderson, and William Shatner
She co-starred in 2006 movie "Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector".
Lisa: (On why she gave up her journalism career to become a comic) I got sick of making $12 grand a year.
Lisa: (On the 2008 presidential field) There's a black guy, right? I don't follow politics. I don't read the newspaper... I'm not even going to vote. Well, I might, so I can cast a vote for a black guy. He's hot. The hottest one should win. It sure ain't Hillary.
Lisa: (On the people she would like to get roasted by) Rickles, obviously, hopefully he'll still be around. Arte Lang ... Pat Cooper, all the old school guys. In my fantasy land, Howard Stern -- but he's famous so he doesn't have to do them.
Lisa: When I was growing up, I never even watched stand-ups, so I didn't even know how it was done. But I watched those Dean Martin roasts on NBC and I thought that's what comedy really was— like it was all people standing around making fun of each other without anybody getting pissed off.
Lisa: (On Donald Trump's hair) What do you say to a barber to get a haircut like that? 'I f---ed your daughter?'
Lisa: I am not a typical woman, anyway. I have a hugely male, masculine side. I always curse. I always like to be one of the guys. I'm that chick you'll invite to a bachelor party, but not to strip.
Lisa: (On who she would like to roast) People who take themselves too seriously to ever actually be roasted, like Tom Cruise. Or Oprah -- I'd love to get my hands on that bitch.
Lisa: If I could roast Don Rickles or have him roast me, I'd die happy.
Lisa: I was a real journalist for Rolling Stone, Spy, Hit Parader. I interviewed those ******' hair bands: Cinderella, Slaughter. They were dumb as a post.
Lisa:...my problem is, I can't get a good-looking white guy anymore, I just don't have the looks to get that. I can get hot blacks but also, blacks are now starting to get uppity and go for the skinny white ones and the Asians, which is very offensive to me that they don't stick with their roots—the chubby white girl!
Lisa Lampanelli: (On why she quit teaching) I ... can't stand kids. Wait, let me rephrase that: I like kids, as long as they're my relatives and I only have to see them for short periods of time.
Lisa Lampanelli: It is fun to make fun of everybody!