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Kate-Lois Elliott is a comedian, actor and writer based in the UK. She tells stories that are self-deprecating and (according to a drunk man at the  Fringe) unexpectedly profound. She also makes (same guy) 'really weird' sketches.


Kate was nominated for a British Writers' Guild Award in 2022 for Best Online Comedy (How to be Maggie: With Maggie P), and the Funny Women Content Creator Awards in 2021. 


Her sketches can be watched in full on YouTube, Instagram and the

British Comedy Guide.  

Kate has appeared on the BBC,

Netflix (as a dead body) and in the

West End, and is also one half of

Diversify Podcast, whose guests

have included Ria Lina, Kai Samra,

Maisie Adam and Tez Ilyas.

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Her sell-out debut show, Gentrif*cked is currently touring UK festivals.

Her first novel, The Inner Channel: The Keeper's Histories Part 1, was nominated for Penguin's Merky Books New Writer's Prize 2021. 

”Wonderful...Could sniff the vodka from plinth”

Helen Lederer

”A rising star” Hayley Macenzie, Script Angel

"Zeitgeisty" BBC Radio 

''Such funny business from this one. Carry on like this and she’ll be buying a house, which is great but it’ll ruin my favourite of her jokes'' Jessica Fostekew 

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