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oooh, orphan Template:Update Ian Coburn is a Chicago comedian and author of the book God is a Woman: Dating Disasters. Coburn purports to hold the industry tour record of 106 consecutive weeks on the road. Coburn was an expert for Lifetime TV on their web site Lifetime Love Panel.
He began performing professionally as a stand-up comedian when he was 19.
Coburn's first big break came at age nineteen, when Jimmy Pardo recommended him as an opening act for Drew Carey at a comedy club in a Chicago suburb. He has worked across the U.S. and Canada and opened for celebrity acts like "Damon Wayans, and Cedric the Entertainer, before going on to headline himself."
God is a Woman: Dating Disasters
His comic relationship advice book God is a Woman: Dating Disasters was published in 2007.
From July 23–25, 2007, his book ranked #1 in humor bestsellers on Amazon.ca.
- Getting in the Game, Sun-Times News Group, February 14, 2007
- Lifetime TV web site,  Template:Webarchive, August 7, 2007
- Benedetti, Winda (28 August 1998). "COMEDIAN IAN COBURN LOST HIS BEARINGS ALONG WAY (review)". The Spokesman-Review. https://search.proquest.com/news/docview/394861719/A0E647AED24C4C43PQ/2?accountid=10226. Retrieved 1 May 2019.
- "Don't Tell My Mom", God is a Woman site Template:Webarchive, 2007
- Coburn's site, , 2005
- MovieBytes Interview with Screenwriter Ian Coburn, , 2005
- Kyles, Kyra (9 May 2007). "DATE SPOILERS ; When it comes to making a good impression, there are a few things to keep in mind (book review)". Chicago Tribune. https://search.proquest.com/news/docview/420532786/4D8142BEDE2A4A57PQ/5?accountid=10226. Retrieved 1 May 2019.
- Morningstar, , July 26, 2007