Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album

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Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album
Awarded forQuality comedy albums
CountryUnited States
Presented byNational Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences
First awarded1959
Currently held byTiffany Haddish,
Black Mitzvah (2021)

The Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album is presented by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States to "honor artistic achievement in comedy."[1] The award was awarded yearly from 1959 to 1993 and then from 2004 to present day.


There have been several minor changes to the name of the award over this time:

  • From 1959 to 1967 it was Best Comedy Performance
  • From 1968 to 1991 it was known as Best Comedy Recording
  • From 1992 to 1993 and from 2004 to the present day it was awarded as Best Comedy Album

In 1960 and 1961 two separate awards were presented for the best spoken and for the best musical comedy performance.

In 1994, after four consecutive years of wins by classical music comedy albums, the award was restricted to spoken word comedy albums and moved into the "spoken" field. From then through 2003, it was awarded as the Grammy Award for Best Spoken Comedy Album.

In 2004 the award was reinstated within the comedy field as the Grammy Award for Best Comedy Album, once again allowing musical comedy works to be considered.

Bill Cosby holds the record for most consecutive wins, with six earned between 1965 and 1970. Peter Schickele (of P.D.Q. Bach fame) is the runner-up, with four wins between 1990 and 1993.



Year Artist Work Ref.
Ross Bagdasarian Sr. "The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late)" [2]
Stan Freberg The Best of the Stan Freberg Shows
Stan Freberg "Green Chri$tma$"
Elaine May & Mike Nichols Improvisations to Music
Mort Sahl The Future Lies Ahead
Musical Comedy
Homer and Jethro The Battle of Kookamonga [3]
Cliff Arquette Charlie Weaver Sings for His People
Betty Comden & Adolph Green A Party with Betty Comden and Adolph Green
Hans Conried & Alice Pearce Monster Rally
Bernie Green Musically Mad
Spoken Comedy
Shelley Berman Inside Shelley Berman
Lenny Bruce Sick Humor
Stan Freberg Stan Freberg with Original Cast
Andy Griffith Hamlet
Mort Sahl Look Forward in Anger
Musical Comedy
Jo Stafford & Paul Weston Jonathan and Darlene Edwards in Paris [4]
Stan Freberg "The Old Payola Roll Blues"
Homer and Jethro Homer and Jethro at the Country Club
Tom Lehrer An Evening Wasted with Tom Lehrer
David Seville "Alvin for President"
Spoken Comedy
Bob Newhart The Button-Down Mind Strikes Back!
Shelley Berman The Edge of Shelley Berman
Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner "2000 Year Old Man"
Jonathan Winters The Wonderful World of Jonathan Winters
Elaine May & Mike Nichols An Evening with Mike Nichols and Elaine May [5]
Bill Dana Jose Jimenez the Astronaut
Stan Freberg Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America Volume One: The Early Years
Jonathan Winters Here’s Jonathan
Vaughn Meader The First Family [6]
Alan Bennett, Peter Cook, Jonathan Miller & Dudley Moore Beyond the Fringe
Elaine May & Mike Nichols Nichols and May Examine Doctors
Allan Sherman My Son, the Folk Singer
Jonathan Winters Another Day, Another World
Allan Sherman Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh (A Letter from Camp) [7]
Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks at the Cannes Film Festival
Cassius Clay I Am the Greatest!
Bill Cosby Bill Cosby Is a Very Funny Fellow...Right!
Smothers Brothers Think Ethnic
Bill Cosby I Started Out as a Child [8]
Woody Allen Woody Allen
Godfrey Cambridge Ready or Not, Here Comes Godfrey Cambridge
Allan Sherman For Swingin' Livers Only!
Jonathan Winters Whistle Stopping
Bill Cosby Why Is There Air? [9]
Bob Booker & George Foster You Don't Have to Be Jewish
Godfrey Cambridge Them Cotton Pickin' Days is Over
Earl Doud & Allen Robin Welcome to the LBJ Ranch
Smothers Brothers Mom Always Liked You Best
Bill Cosby Wonderfulness [10]
Don Bowman Funny Way to Make an Album
Archie Campbell Have a Laugh on Me
Homer and Jethro Wanted for Murder
Mrs. Miller "Downtown"
Bill Cosby Revenge [11]
Lenny Bruce Lenny Bruce in Concert
Archie Campbell The Cockfight and Other Tall Tales
George Carlin Take-Offs and Put-Ons
Flip Wilson Cowboys and Colored People
Bill Cosby To Russell, My Brother, Whom I Slept With [12]
Don Rickles Hello Dummy!
Dan Rowan & Dick Martin Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In
Flip Wilson You Devil You


Year Artist Work Ref.
Bill Cosby Sports [13]
Lenny Bruce Berkeley Concert
Don Rickles Don Rickles Speaks!
Flip Wilson The Devil Made Me Buy This Dress [14]
Bill Cosby Live: Madison Square Garden Center
David Frye I Am the President
Homer and Jethro "Daddy Played First Base"
Orson Welles The Begatting of the President
Lily Tomlin This Is A Recording [15]
Cheech & Chong Cheech and Chong
Bill Cosby When I Was a Kid
Hudson & Landry "Ajax Liquor Store"
Flip Wilson Flip: The Flip Wilson Show
George Carlin FM & AM [16]
Cheech & Chong Big Bambu
Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton
Sally Struthers & Rob Reiner
All in the Family
Flip Wilson Geraldine
Cheech & Chong Los Cochinos [17]
George Carlin Occupation: Foole
Bill Cosby Fat Albert
David Frye Richard Nixon: A Fantasy
Robert Klein Child of the 50s
National Lampoon National Lampoon: Lemmings
Richard Pryor That Nigger's Crazy [18]
Cheech & Chong Cheech & Chong's Wedding Album
Robert Klein Mind Over Matter
National Lampoon The Missing White House Tapes
David Steinberg Booga! Booga!
Richard Pryor ...Is It Something I Said? [19]
Albert Brooks A Star is Bought
George Carlin An Evening with Wally Londo Featuring Bill Slaszo
Monty Python The Monty Python Matching Tie and Handkerchief
Lily Tomlin Modern Scream
Richard Pryor Bicentennial Nigger [20]
Cheech & Chong Sleeping Beauty
Bill Cosby Bill Cosby Is Not Himself These Days
National Lampoon Goodbye Pop 1952–1976
Redd Foxx You Gotta Wash Your Ass
Steve Martin Let's Get Small [21]
George Carlin On the Road
Ernie Kovacs The Ernie Kovacs Album
Lorne Michaels & Saturday Night Live cast members Saturday Night Live
Richard Pryor Are You Serious???
Steve Martin A Wild and Crazy Guy [22]
Lily Tomlin On Stage
Martin Mull Sex and Violins
Richard Pryor The Wizard of Comedy
The Rutles The Rutles


Year Artist Work Ref.
Robin Williams Reality...What a Concept [23]
The Blues Brothers "Rubber Biscuit"
Steve Martin Comedy Is Not Pretty!
Richard Pryor Wanted: Live in Concert
Ray Stevens "I Need Your Help, Barry Manilow"
Rodney Dangerfield No Respect [24]
Father Guido Sarducci Live at St. Douglas Convent
Monty Python Monty Python's Contractual Obligation Album
Richard Pryor Holy Smoke
Gilda Radner Live from New York
Richard Pryor Rev. Du Rite [25]
Mel Brooks "The Inquisition"
Mel Brooks Mel Brooks' History of the World, Part I
Alvin and the Chipmunks Urban Chipmunk
Various Artists Airplane!
Richard Pryor Live on the Sunset Strip [26]
George Carlin A Place for My Stuff
Steve Martin The Steve Martin Brothers
Bob and Doug McKenzie The Great White North
Eddie Murphy Eddie Murphy
Eddie Murphy Eddie Murphy: Comedian [27]
Bill Cosby Himself
Monty Python Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
Joan Rivers What Becomes a Semi-Legend Most?
Robin Williams Throbbing Python of Love
"Weird Al" Yankovic "Eat It" [28]
Rodney Dangerfield Rappin' Rodney
Rick Dees Hurt Me Baby – Make Me Write Bad Checks!
Firesign Theatre The Three Faces of Al
Richard Pryor Richard Pryor: Here and Now
Whoopi Goldberg Whoopi Goldberg (Original Broadway Show Recording) [29]
Cheech & Chong "Born in East L.A."
Billy Crystal "You Look Marvelous"
Joe Piscopo "Honeymooners Rap"
"Weird Al" Yankovic Dare to Be Stupid
Bill Cosby Those of You with or Without Children, You'll Understand [30]
George Carlin Playin' with Your Head
Rodney Dangerfield "Twist and Shout"
Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding Bob and Ray: A Night of Two Stars Recorded Live at Carnegie Hall
Bette Midler Mud Will Be Flung Tonight
Steven Wright I Have a Pony
Robin Williams A Night at the Met [31]
Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding The Best of Bob and Ray, Vol. 1
Jackie Mason The World According to Me!
Ray Stevens "Would Jesus Wear a Rolex"
"Weird Al" Yankovic Polka Party!
Robin Williams Good Morning, Vietnam [32]
George Carlin What Am I Doing in New Jersey?
Whoopi Goldberg Fontaine: Why Am I Straight?
Jonathan Winters Finally Captured
"Weird Al" Yankovic Even Worse


Year Artist Work Ref.
Peter Schickele P.D.Q. Bach: 1712 Overture and Other Musical Assaults [33]
Sandra Bernhard Without You I'm Nothing
Erma Bombeck Motherhood: The Second Oldest Profession
Andrew Dice Clay Dice
Sam Kinison "Wild Thing"
Peter Schickele P.D.Q. Bach: Oedipus Tex and Other Choral Calamities [34]
Bob Elliott & Ray Goulding The Best of Bob and Ray: Selections from a Career, Vol. 4
Garrison Keillor More News from Lake Wobegon
Various Artists The Best of Comic Relief ’90
Jonathan Winters Jonathan Winters into the ‘90s
Peter Schickele P.D.Q. Bach: WTWP Classical Talkity-Talk Radio [35]
Erma Bombeck When You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It’s Time to Go Home
George Carlin Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics
Garrison Keillor Local Man Moves to the City
Jackie Mason Brand New
Peter Schickele P.D.Q. Bach: Music for an Awful Lot of Winds and Percussion [36]
George Burns An Evening with George Burns
Rita Rudner Naked Beneath My Clothes
Jonathan Winters Jonathan Winters is Terminator 3
"Weird Al" Yankovic Off the Deep End
George Carlin Jammin' in New York [37]
Erma Bombeck A Marriage Made in Heaven or Too Tired for an Affair
Al Franken You’re Good Enough, You’re Smart Enough, and Doggone it, People Like You!
Garrison Keillor Lake Wobegon USA
Leslie Nielsen The Naked Truth
Sam Kinison Live From Hell [38]
The Jerky Boys The Jerky Boys 2
Henry Beard & Christopher Cerf The Official Politically Correct Dictionary and Handbook
Adam Sandler They're All Gonna Laugh at You!
Judy Tenuta Attention Butt Pirates and Lesbetarians
Jonathan Winters Crank(y) Calls [39]
Jeff Foxworthy Games Rednecks Play
Don Imus God’s Other Son
Martin Lawrence Funk It
Judy Tenuta In Goddess We Trust
Al Franken Rush Limbaugh Is a Big Fat Idiot and Other Observations [40]
Stan Freberg Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America Vol. 2 (The Middle Years)
Dennis Miller The Rants
Adam Sandler What the Hell Happened to Me?
Peter Schickele The Definitive Biography of P.D.Q. Bach
Chris Rock Roll with the New [41]
Drew Carey Dirty Jokes and Beer
Garrison Keillor Garrison Keillor’s Comedy Theater
Bob Newhart Button Down Concert
Julia Sweeney God said "Ha!"
Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner The 2000 Year Old Man in the Year 2000 [42]
The Firesign Theatre Give Me Immortality or Give Me Death
Jeff Foxworthy Totally Committed
Steve Martin Pure Drivel
Jerry Seinfeld I'm Telling You for the Last Time


Year Artist Work Ref.
Chris Rock Bigger & Blacker [43]
George Carlin You Are All Diseased
Garrison Keillor A Prairie Home Companion – 25th Anniversary Collection
Carl Reiner How Paul Robeson Saved My Life and Other Mostly Happy Stories
Adam Sandler Stan and Judy's Kid
George Carlin Brain Droppings [44]
Jeff Foxworthy Big Funny
Dennis Miller I Rant, Therefore, I Am
Steve Harvey, Bernie Mac, Cedric the Entertainer & D. L. Hughley The Original Kings of Comedy
Richard Dreyfuss & Marsha Mason The Prisoner Of Second Avenue
George Carlin Napalm & Silly Putty [45]
Margaret Cho I'm the One That I Want
Ray Romano Live at Carnegie Hall
The Firesign Theatre Bride of Firesign
Adele Givens, Laura Hayes, Mo'Nique, and Sommore The Queens of Comedy
Robin Williams Robin Williams: Live on Broadway [46]
George Carlin Complaints and Grievances
Jimmy Fallon The Bathroom Wall
Al Franken Oh, the Things I Know!
Dennis Miller The Rant Zone
"Weird Al" Yankovic Poodle Hat [47]
Margaret Cho Revolution
David Cross Shut Up You Fucking Baby!
Garrison Keillor A Life in Comedy
George Lopez Team Leader
Jon Stewart and the cast of The Daily Show The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Presents ... America: A Citizen's Guide to Democracy Inaction [48]
Ellen DeGeneres The Funny Thing Is...
Al Franken The O'Franken Factor Factor — The Best of the O'Franken Factor
David Sedaris Live At Carnegie Hall
Triumph, the Insult Comic Dog (Robert Smigel) Come Poop with Me
Chris Rock Never Scared [49]
Lewis Black Luther Burbank Performing Arts Center Blues
Seth MacFarlane & Walter Murphy Family Guy: Live in Vegas
Rick Moranis The Agoraphobic Cowboy
Larry the Cable Guy The Right to Bare Arms
Lewis Black The Carnegie Hall Performance [50]
George Carlin Life Is Worth Losing
Bill Engvall, Ron White, Jeff Foxworthy & Larry the Cable Guy Blue Collar Comedy Tour — One For The Road
"Weird Al" Yankovic Straight Outta Lynwood
Ron White You Can't Fix Stupid
Flight of the Conchords The Distant Future [51]
Harry Shearer Songs Pointed & Pointless
Lisa Lampanelli Dirty Girl
George Lopez America's Mexican
Steven Wright I Still Have a Pony
George Carlin It's Bad for Ya[I] [52]
Lewis Black Anticipation
Flight of the Conchords Flight of the Conchords
Kathy Griffin For Your Consideration
Harry Shearer Songs of the Bushmen

^ I Posthumous; Carlin's daughter Kelly Carlin-McCall accepted the award on his behalf.


Year Artist Work Ref.
Stephen Colbert A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! [53]
Kathy Griffin Suckin' It for the Holidays
George Lopez Tall, Dark & Chicano
Patton Oswalt My Weakness Is Strong
Spinal Tap Back from the Dead
"Weird Al" Yankovic Internet Leaks
Lewis Black Stark Raving Black [54]
Margaret Cho Cho Dependent
Flight of the Conchords I Told You I Was Freaky
Kathy Griffin Kathy Griffin Does the Bible Belt
Robin Williams Weapons of Self Destruction
Louis C.K. Hilarious [55]
Kathy Griffin Kathy Griffin: 50 & Not Pregnant
The Lonely Island Turtleneck & Chain
Patton Oswalt Finest Hour
"Weird Al" Yankovic Alpocalypse
Jimmy Fallon Blow Your Pants Off [56]
Lewis Black In God We Rust
Jim Gaffigan Jim Gaffigan: Mr. Universe
Kathy Griffin Kathy Griffin: Seaman 1st Class
Tenacious D Rize of the Fenix
Kathy Griffin Calm Down Gurrl [57]
Craig Ferguson I'm Here to Help
Bob Saget That's What I'm Talkin' About
Tig Notaro Live
Ron White A Little Unprofessional
"Weird Al" Yankovic Mandatory Fun [58]
Louis C.K. Oh My God
Jim Gaffigan Obsessed
Patton Oswalt Tragedy Plus Comedy Equals Time
Sarah Silverman We Are Miracles
Louis C.K. Live at Madison Square Garden [59]
Wyatt Cenac Brooklyn
Craig Ferguson Just Being Honest
Lisa Lampanelli Back to the Drawing Board
Jay Mohr Happy. And A Lot
Patton Oswalt Talking for Clapping [60]
Margaret Cho American Myth
David Cross ...America...Great...
Tig Notaro Boyish Girl Interrupted
Amy Schumer Live at the Apollo
Dave Chappelle The Age of Spin & Deep in the Heart of Texas [61]
Jim Gaffigan Cinco
Kevin Hart What Now?
Jerry Seinfeld Jerry Before Seinfeld
Sarah Silverman A Speck of Dust
Dave Chappelle Equanimity & The Bird Revelation [62]
Fred Armisen Standup for Drummers
Jim Gaffigan Noble Ape
Patton Oswalt Annihilation
Chris Rock Tamborine


Year Artist Work Ref.
Dave Chappelle Sticks and Stones [63]
Aziz Ansari Right Now
Ellen DeGeneres Relatable
Jim Gaffigan Quality Time
Trevor Noah Son of Patricia
Tiffany Haddish Black Mitzvah [64]
Bill Burr Paper Tiger
Jim Gaffigan The Pale Tourist
Patton Oswalt I Love Everything
Jerry Seinfeld 23 Hours to Kill
Nate Bargatze The Greatest Average American
Louis C.K Sincerely Louis C.K.
Lavell Crawford The Comedy Vaccine
Chelsea Handler Evolution by
Lewis Black Thanks for Risking Your Life
Kevin Hart Zero Fucks Given

Artists with multiple wins

Artists with multiple nominations


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