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Having performed a dozen sets in New York and Las Vegas since January, the blossoming comedienne cannot get enough of the spotlight, she said. “I’m one of those freaks who gets an endorphin rush from this.I want to push myself to try new material and to improve, to push myself to be uncomfortable,” she said.“My grandparents’ perseverance and commitment to each was inspiring,” said Davis, who moved to New York City in 2010 with virtually no connections in town.Next up, the rising comic hopes to wrap negotiations for a reality TV show based on her romance gigs, said Davis.“The biggest mistake that people make after coming to an event like ‘Shabbatness’ is trying to go out with only their top choice first,” said Davis. In addition to her Holocaust survivor maternal grandparents, Davis was influenced by the lives of her father’s parents.Their relationship, too, was forged by working through obstacles together. “My dad was an only child born with hearing and full speaking ability, but American Sign Language is his first language,” she said.

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“We have business deals come out of these dinners, and we have When people come together for a shared experience, anything can happen,” said Davis, who is “happily seeing” a man she set herself up with one year ago.

After appearing in several more shows at Gotham, Davis had the honor of Seinfeld “opening” for her during a March performance.

“I got in and I got lucky,” said Davis in an interview with The Times of Israel.

Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up Four months ago, the Millennial matchmaker took a “leap of faith” by performing a 6-minute set at Manhattan’s Gotham Comedy Club.

During that fateful evening, Davis met sit-com legend Jerry Seinfeld, who also performed.

As the granddaughter of Holocaust survivors, the “Jew with a tattoo” line is the closest Davis would go to joking about the Shoah, she said. I think the Holocaust should always be off-limits,” said Davis, who has visited several former Nazi camps with American Jewish Committee delegations.