Bio: Award-winning journalist Norma Zager combines her years of comedy with her journalistic skills, to create an offbeat hilarious mystery that touches the chocolate-coated soul of every woman.
Zager returned to journalism after a 14-year stint as a stand up comic, playing Vegas regularly and opening for the biggest names in laughter. She created Norma?s 14 Karat Cookies to support herself and her children after moving to Los Angeles and was the first comedian to have her own comedy/cooking show in Las Vegas. Her numerous television and radio appearances made her a favorite with audiences.
In 1999, Zager returned to her journalistic roots when she became editor of the Beverly Hills Courier newspaper where the Los Angeles Press Club awarded her Journalist of the Year 2003 and Best Investigative Series for her work on Erin Brockovich?s lawsuit against the City of Beverly Hills.