An acclaimed writer and stand-up, Holly Walsh, is an established talent in both fields. In 2012 her sitcom, Dead Boss, co-written with Sharon Horgan aired on BBC3. Her stand-up credentials were established with her 2008 Best Newcomer at the Chortle Awards and confirmed with an Edinburgh Comedy Award nomination three years later for her debut Fringe show, Hollycopter. The show also enjoyed a sell-out run at the Soho Theatre in 2012.
Holly has featured on many of the top TV comedy shows including, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Would I Lie To You? and Mock The Week, as well as hosting the Channel 4 series, TNT, alongside Jack Whitehall. On top of this she is often heard on radio and has appeared on shows such as The Unbelievable Truth, The Now Show, and Charlie Brooker's So Wrong It's Right for Radio 4. As well as these guest appearances, Holly is much in demand as writer for both TV and radio and has written widely for both.
An experienced radio and TV host, on top of her TV and radio commitments, Holly's live work remains a key element of her career and sees her perform at the best comedy clubs in the country. She was one of the founders of Popcorn Comedy, regularly comperes the Happy Mondays comedy night in London.
"An excellent comic, with a flair for lateral-thinking gags and an offbeat stage presence that makes her like a slightly nerdy, very friendly and intensely funny older sister." The Guardian
Up and coming stand up comedian and writer. Holly is a regular on Mock the Week, The Now Show and The Unbelievable Truth, as well as chairing her own comedy panel show based around manners on Radio 4. Co-creator of the hit BBC sitcom, Motherland.
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