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Scottish comedian exuding 'a well tempered mixture of affability and aggression'. From BBC2's Mock the Week, Channel 4's 8 out of 10 Cats and many more.
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Born and brought up in India, Sindhu Vee is now based in London and splits her time between comedy and raising her three children – and gigantic labrador. She was nominated for best newcomer at the 2018 Edinburgh Comedy Awards and made the finals of the BBC New Comedy Awards in 2016.
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Comedian, actor, writer from Hull. Nominated for Best Live Show at the National Comedy Awards 2023. ‘Joyous hour… remember Gledhill’s name, because it’s about to be everywhere’ ★★★★★ Independent ‘Could hardly be more endearing… adroit joke-making at work’ ★★★★ Guardian ‘A jaw-droppingly good debut’ ★★★★ Times ★★★★★ The Skinny ★★★★★ Funny Women ★★★★ Telegraph ★★★★ Scotsman ★★★★ The List As seen on; The Jonathan Ross Show (ITV1) Alma's Not Normal (BBC2) The Emily Atack Show (ITV2) Hypothetical (Dave) Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave) Guessable (Comedy Central) Late Night Mash (Dave) Somewhere Boy (Channel 4) Life (BBC1)
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With an assured stage presence and considered material that comes from a fresh perspective, he already has the aura of a successful comic well beyond his years. He is known for his 'Hate Thy Neighbour' documentary series about the rise of the far right on Viceland TV. His natural confidence and charm allow him to tread gracefully across more sensitive topics leaving many of his contemporaries behind. He has won the Comedy Café New act of the Year Competition and the Chortle Student Comedian of the Year award in 2014. Big things await this natural talent.
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