Comedian & Actor
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A regular on Mock the Week, Tiff has also starred in the award-winning BBC show People Just Do Nothing, and Roisin Conaty's Game Face. Live onstage, the variety of her subject matter is 'jaw-droppingly remarkable' and 'provocative', and she's played to sold-out audiences across the globe. She is also a long-term contributer to The Bugle podcast, satirically breaking down global news with fellow comedians.
Tiff Stevenson is a stand-up comedian, actress and writer. With many highly reviewed Edinburgh shows under her belt, The Times describes her as “hugely accomplished and enjoyably provocative”, while the Sunday Herald says she delivers “hilarious, provocative, important” comedy.
Her thought-provoking and engaging style, often addressing important issues such as reproductive rights, feminism and the global political climate, has seen her consistently play to packed audiences around the world.
Tiff’s TV credits include The Apprentice: You’re Fired, Russell Howard’s Good News, Never Mind The Buzzcocks and Comedy Central’s Drunk History, as well as appearing regularly on Mock The Week. As an actor she starred in The Office, Roisin Conaty's GameFace and she had a regular role on BBC Three’s acclaimed show People Just Do Nothing. She has also hosted Tiny Revolutions, a podcast where she interviewed fellow comedians about how and why comedy can be a force for social change, and regularly appears on The Bugle, a trans-global satirical podcast where comedians break down the news from across the world.
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