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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. She was a finalist in the British Comedy

Guide Pro Awards 2022 and West End New Act

Competition 2023.

Kate has appeared on the BBC,

Netflix and in the West End. She is also

one half of Diversify Podcast, whose guests

have included Ria Lina, Kai Samra,

Maisie Adam and Tez Ilyas.

Her award-winning (Brighton Fringe) sell-out

show Gentrif*cked, toured UK festivals &

theatres in 2023 and her latest show

How to Belong Without Joining A Cult

is currently circulating UK festivals.

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

You can find a bunch of Kate's web series on YouTube, Instagram and the 

British Comedy Guide.  

"Zeitgeisty" BBC Radio 

”A rising star”  

Hayley Macenzie, Script Angel

”Wonderful nominee.

Could sniff the vodka

from plinth”  Helen Lederer

''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 

''Commands the stage

with her animated,

high-energy performance….

Delivery is charming

(with) quality call backs…''

A Spy In The Stalls

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