Andi Osho


Andi Osho was born in Plaistow, England, United Kingdom on January 27th, 1973 and is the Comedian. At the age of 51, Andi Osho biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

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Yewande Osho
Date of Birth
January 27, 1973
Place of Birth
Plaistow, England, United Kingdom
51 years old
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Actor, Comedian
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Andi Osho Life

Yewande "Andi" Osho, born 27 January 1973, is a British stand-up comedian, actor, and television presenter.


Andi Osho Career

Life and career

Osho was born in Plaistow, East London, to Nigerian parents.

Osho began acting in 2003 after being involved in television production. She decided to try stand-up comedy by 2006 and was hooked on it. Osho spent a number of years as a receptionist by day, as well as perfecting her stand-up comedy routine in the evenings.

In 2006, Osho appeared in Alma in Dael Orlandersmith's drama Yellowman at Liverpool's Everyman Theatre. Amanda in Medea's Court Theatre, 2005), Amanda in Cigarettes, Coffee, and Paranoia (King's Head Theatre, 2005), and Zimbabwean exile Faith in the devised piece Qabuka (Oval House Theatre, 2005).

Lin Colvin in Casualty, Adeola Brooker in Doctors, Dr Rogers in Footballers' Wives: Extra Time and Angela Parker in Sea of Souls are among Osho's television appearances. She has also appeared in Waking the Dead, EastEnders, Comedy Central's @midnight, Night and Day, Kiri, Russell Brand and Friends for Channel 4. In 2020, she appeared in Death in Paradise.

Osho is both a playwright and one of the original founders of the London writers' group, Vowel Movement. She has worked for News Review at the Canal Cafe Theatre in London, and in 2008, she co-created a scratch version of the stage play Up the Café de Paris for the Pulse Fringe Festival. In 2007, Osho wrote the comedy CSI: Nigeria, which was also available on BBC Three.

Osho has appeared at various comedy clubs and festivals around the United Kingdom, including Jongleton, the Comedy Store, the Reading Festival, the Pleasance Dome, the Chuckle Club, the Leicester Festival, Summer Sundae), the Comedy Café, the Shoreditch Comedy Festival, Comedy Camp, and the Hackney Empire.

Osho received the 2007 Nivea Funny Women Award.

On Channel 4 and appeared in The Andi O Show, Osho co-hosted Tonight and appeared in an E4 pilot. She has appeared on Mock the Week, Ask Rhod Gilbert, and is a regular performer on Stand Up for the Week.

On February 26, 2011, Osho performed a dance routine to Michael Jackson's "Bad" on Sunday. Despite positive remarks made by the judges, she did not advance to the final round after a public vote.

Osho has appeared on two episodes of Celebrity Mastermind. She won the Comic Relief episode with The Matrix trilogy as her specialty area in 2011, and then in 2012, she appeared in a regular episode choosing host John Humphrys as her specialist topic. On BBC Radio 4 Extra, Osho also appears in occasional presenting role for the comedy club section.

Osho made her television medical drama Holby City debut on June 19, 2012, as medical student Barbara Alcock for three episodes. Susan Sherman appeared in Finding Carter in July 2014. Anna Richardson appeared on Channel 4 from 2016 to 2018, being replaced by Sabrina Grant. In a celebrity version of The Chase on ITV, she competed and raised £7,000 for charity.

In David F. Sandberg's Lights Out and Shazam, Osho appears. Emma Glover, a social worker, was identified as the same person.

Osho appeared in the sixth series of the police procedural drama series Line of Duty as journalist and investigative reporter Gail Vella, a murder survivor whose case is being handled by DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald).

Asking for a Friend, Osho's debut novel, was first published in 2021.


PETER HITCHENS: Blue Lights was brilliant. So why has the BBC made it one more propaganda vehicle?, May 5, 2024
Is there a rule which says that any successful BBC drama must become a propaganda vehicle? I have pointed out here how Call The Midwife , which began as a warm-hearted Sunday evening family show, has become fiercely politically correct. It still amazes me that a series whose main characters are actually 1960s nuns has repeatedly been used to make the case for abortion on demand. But it is so. Now, after a brilliant opening season, the same thing is happening to Blue Lights, a clever police series set in Belfast , and so fascinatingly different from similar dramas set on the mainland.