Lucky Fou


Lucky Fou is the Grand Dam of Fou Fou Ha Austin, the leader, the boss, the hbic, and she is extremely overqualified to run this show full of rebel rousing, wacky, offbeat, yet beautiful (but not more beautiful than her) group of Clown Showgirls. Humility is her greatest characteristic, as long as you’re not taking into account her banging body, or the bone structure of her face, or her charm. Born in Paris, boarding school in Venice, finishing school in Las Vegas, and degrees from Harvard, Stanford, and NYU Tisch, all while holding down a runway modeling career that would only rival that of Gary Busey. Using her degrees to rise to the top ranks of Vegas’ infamous Jubilee, and the Radio City Rockettes, while simultaneously starring in the titular role of Chicago on Broadway, and a recurring role on Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. Her greatest love is picking flowers, and her only concern is what shoes to wear when the ice caps melt. She’s Lucky, you’re Lucky, we’re all Lucky, no you can not touch her hair, and no it was not her who farted.


Beauty Fou


The world’s first and most prominent clown supermodel, Beauty Fou has walked on countless runways from New York to Tokyo. Striking poses in hundreds of publications, busting moves in music videos, and even starring in her own feature-length “adult clown” film, you’ll see Beauty everywhere once you start looking. A concept clown, she lives to embody and expand our ideas of what… of who… of… why… Beauty truly is.


Foupsie Daisy


A simple Midwestern girl who wanted nothing more than to make it big in the big city. Leaving her relaxed life in a small town, she set out to find greatness like her Fou siblings. However, the hustle and bustle of the city and it’s people proved to be a little too much for her. The non-stop, crazed, lifestyle of the city might have been too much for her, so she headed south to join her Fou Family in Austin.


Madame FouBary


Resplendent, radiant and completely ridiculous. These are the words one would use to describe the silly yet sultry singing clown diva, Madame FouBary. Ever the avian aficionado, this colorful coloratura comedienne can be found tending to her beloved friend and hair-mate, the Locally Known Birb, who also joins her onstage. If you’re looking for an opera singing clown who can demolish high notes while being low brow, then look no further than Madame FouBary!