Margaret stared in All-American Girl in 1994.
Margaret won the prize of opening for Jerry Seinfeld at a comedy club which lead to her traveling the country performing stand-up.
Margaret's first professional performance was with "Batwing Lubricant" at a comedy club.
In high school Margaret was apart of "Batwing Lubricant" an improv collective.
Margaret attended McAteer High School of the Performing Arts.
In the 1970's - the 1980's Margaret grew up in San Francisco California.
Margaret's mother thinks she is a lesbian, but she is actually bisexual.
The decor in Margaret's apartment is modeled after the Portola Palace in Lhasa, Tibet.
Margaret has been put on some dangerous diets, which is the reason she teaches people to be happy with who they are.
Margaret's parents owned a bookstore in San Francisco.
The Rose and Thistle Comedy Club is the location where Margaret started her career in stand-up. Rose & Thistle was located in San Francisco above her parents bookstore.
Margaret Cho's shows are popular, even among celebrities.
Margaret enjoys reading and shopping.
Margaret was inspired by the women of SCTV.
Margaret Cho frequently impersonates her mother in her comedy.
Margaret constantly had to endure nonacceptance as a youth.
Margaret started touring with her comedy act when she was 16.
Margaret produced and distributed her own movie based on her comedy act.
Margaret makes her home in Los Angeles at the present time.
Margaret was given the Performance of the Year Award by New York Magazine for her show, "I'm the One that I Want".
Margaret Cho's comedy act, "I'm the One that i Want" was released as an autobiography published by Random House in 1999.
Margaret's fourth comedy album is titled "Revolution".
Margaret's third comedy album is titled "Notorious C.H.O.".
Margaret's second comedy album is titled "I'm the one that I Want".
Margaret was once awarded the Intrepid Award by the the National Organization for Women.
Margaret once did an interracial dynamics seminar at UCLA.
Margaret's Cho's first comedy album is titled 'Drunk with Power'.
Margaret Cho's most recent comedy act is titled 'Assassin'.
Margaret is against any form of prejudice and discrimination.
Margaret's birth name is Moran.
Margaret is a big-time dog person! She's got three dogs, Brownwyn, Gudrin, and Ralph.
Margaret Cho: (On being raised in San Francisco) It was different than any other place on Earth,... ...I grew up and went to grammar school on Haight Street during the '70s. There were old hippies, ex-druggies, burnouts from the '60s, drag queens, and Chinese people. To say it was a melting pot – that's the least of it. It was a really confusing, enlightening, wonderful time.
Margaret Cho: (From her memoir "I'm the One that I Want" (2001)) Comedy was all I ever wanted.
Margaret Cho: (On sexual politics in an interview with Edward Lewine, for the "New York Times Magazine") I refer to myself as gay, but I am married to a man. Of course, I've had relationships with women, but my politics are more queer than my lifestyle.
Margaret Cho: Just because you are blind and unable to see my beauty doesn't mean it does not exist.
Margaret Cho: It's very hard for a woman in comedy. It's hard for women to be bold and not care what anyone, particularly men, think. Maybe that is why so many women comics are lesbians.