Sarah Silverman is one of the most controversial comedians of the early 2000s and 2010s. In the spirit of Lenny Bruce, her routine pushes the boundaries of frank discourse to the breaking point, and forces her audience to reconsider their own assumed comfort zone with topics involving religion, race, and gender. Sporting an image that's at once seemingly innocent and classically sexy, Silverman sideswipes audiences with her jaw-droppingly candid delivery of taboo jokes on everything from eating disorders and rape to terrorism and the Holocaust Her one-woman show, Jesus Is Magic, appeared in 2005, and made her one of the hottest names in standup. We Are Miracles followed nine years later. ~ Rovi Staff
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