Onicia Muller is a Caribbean-born storyteller who is currently freezing her buns off in Chicago. This award-winning writer gave up crime reporting to sling jokes, write scripts, and compose quotable bathroom prose (i.e., funny cards) for American Greetings. She’s hustling hard to get the most out of her M.F.A in screenwriting from Northwestern University.
“A ray of sunshine with a dark sense of humour, Onicia Muller knows how to weave a hilarious tale about the human condition with a thoughtfulness that demands deep consideration.” – Rebellious Magazine
Since 2011, Onicia has been a consistent source for culture and entertainment commentary. Just Being Funny is her second long-running column for The Daily Herald. Her comedy speaks to politically-active Caribbean Millennials and Gen-Xers.
“I love how grounded in everyday experience your humour is, it’s very relatable and makes me feel less crazy <3” – Maya Montrell, Millennial
In 2018, IGNITE Caribbean granted her their 30 Under 30 award for her work as a cultural influencer. That year, Women In Comedy also named her a funny female comic to follow in Chicago.
Onicia’s first stand-up comedy performance was back in 2015 at the Laugh Factory’s open mic. Since then, she’s been a featured comedy act at Chicago’s top all-female comedy shows: the kates and The Mother Cluckers. She’s also opened for Majah Hype, the Caribbean King of Comedy.
“My words will not do the justice on how much you inspire me and empower me every day…You are talented, beautiful, and witty…You a boss ass bitch.”
– Allison Pope, Senior Ego Inflator at OniciaMuller.com
Her primary mission is
to use comedy to
achieve world domination encourage empathy