Height: 5"9 | Eye Color: Dark Brown | Hair Color: Black
I’ve worked as an established comedian in the UK and abroad since 2000. My style is quirky clean observational humour, tight joke structures, personal topics and creative musical jokes.
I have toured the UK many times, performed comedy on the UK comedy circuit, corporate shows, festivals, clubs, conferences, schools and churches to name a few venue types.
Social commentary work is really important to me through radio, TV and my own social networks to discuss current issues, news reviews and debate issues affecting all of us.
Equity Member No: M00209434
Spotlight No. 8218-3424-6333
Jokerface | Steve Best new book featuring top current 450 UK | 2018 | I’m on page112
Nominated | EMMA (*Ethnic multicultural media award | 2008 | as a comedian
Social Commentary | Regular on BBC Radio London, LBC, Premier Radio
*For full List of Stand-up, TV, Radio & comedy work visit Live comedy page
Goldsmiths University | Celebration for Dr Perlita Harris | 2018
Virtual School and Westminster Council | The Annual Celebration of Achievement Ceremony for Care leavers | 2017 | At Tate Britain - Speaker and comedy set
Nottingham Trent University, social work Department and the general student fraternity. | Spot the Difference (1hr comedy show) and talk | 2017 | speaker and comedian
*For a full list of speaking engagements - Visit the Speaking Page
Endor films | Deep State 2 | TV Drama | 2019 | Mrs Turner
Director: Joss Agnew
Christopher Robin 2 | 2017 - Disney Film | Friendly passer by to Pooh
Director: Marc Forster
Red Brick Road Ltd | You'll love what you like | 2018 | Featured Actress
Beach Casting | Mcdonald's TV Christmas Commercial ‘The Doll' | 2016 | Playing young mum
Training & Workshops
Wimbledon School of Art | Theatre Design (BA) Degree | 2:1
National Youth Theatre of Great Britan | Actress
London Studio Centre | Contemporary/jazz
I was born into the Biafran war in Nigeria and found in the bush and taken to an orphanage, it was there I was miraculously trans-racially adopted by a white British family and brought to the UK aged 2.
Here like in William Shakespeare's The Tempest my great journey commenced. The dark mountains of lost identity, family, self harm, racism, bullying and eating disorders loomed. Over many years I overcame such trials through my Christian faith, quite frankly - Gods grace made it happen and I'm alive to tell my story.
These trials shaped me into the woman I am today. I have overcome my past and I'm committed to helping others succeed in similar life trials.
This website is dedicated to my mum & dad, family, friends and all those who never stopped supporting in my past and present. Special thanks to Dr Perlita Harris a pioneer/specialist/adoptee on transracial adoption who devoted her life to helping people like me overcome and understand this complex subject. She lost her fight against cancer in 2018
Thank you. Love always wins and remains