Lucy Porter


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

Date of Birth
January 27, 1973
United Kingdom
Place of Birth
Croydon, England, United Kingdom
51 years old
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Comedian, Stand-up Comedian, Writer
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Lucy Porter Life

Lucy Donna Porter (born 27 January 1973) is an English actress, writer, and comedian.

She has appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe, the Brighton Festival, and numerous clubs around the country.

In addition, she appears on BBC Radio 4's various panel programs, including Quote... Unquote and The Personality Test.

Personal life

Porter was born in Croydon, south London, and he attended Wallington High School for Girls. Justin Edwards is the fiancee of Jane Edwards. Both of the couple have two children.

She is petite, revealing that she is 4 ft 11 inches (150 cm) when her husband is 6 ft 5 in (196 cm).


Lucy Porter Career


Porter, who obtained a degree in English literature from The University of Manchester, worked as a writer on the Big Issue in The North. When she was not working as a researcher for Granada Television on programs such as The Mrs Merton Show, she began performing stand-up comedy. Her first appearance at a Chester, England, was at a club in Chester, where she chose because it was far enough from home that no one would know she was there.

She made brief appearances in Life's Pitch and Absolute Power as an actor. In 2000, she starred in a television commercial for mobile phone firm One2One. In the stage version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2004, she appeared alongside Christian Slater for her first high-profile acting role. For the 2005 London production, she reprised her role as a nurse.

Claudia Van Sant appeared on Broken News on Friday as Claudia Van Sant.

She has been one of the writers for all nine series of Parsons and Naylor's Pull-Out Sections, as a special guest artist in several editions. Porter appeared in The Powder Room, alongside Julia Morris and Gina Yashere, which was also broadcast on BBC Radio 2.

She wrote the scripts for two episodes of BBC Three's Anthea Turner: The Perfect Housewife.

She has appeared on numerous television shows, including the first episode of Rob Brydon's Yearly Retentive (July 2006). She appeared on "What I Got News For You," the 32nd series on show 7), Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Mock the Week.

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Porter hosted Many Questions and then The Heckle in May 2007. In June 2007, Porter came second in a celebrity version of The Weakest Link. Porter appeared on ITV2's Comedy Cuts in 2007, a program that showcased the best of the British stand-up comedy circuit.

She began to work as a team captain on BBC Radio 4's panel game Act Your Age in 2008.

Lucy Porter has produced her stand-up show The Good Life for a DVD release by independent label Go Faster Stripe, and she appeared in Mock The Week's 2008 and 2009.

She was the warm-up act for Mitchell & Webb's television series screenings at the BBC TV Centre.

Porter brought The Bare Necessities on tour in 2009, performing 30 dates between February and June.

Lucy performed at LIVEstock 2009: Friends of the Earth's Comedy and Music Festival at the Hammersmith Apollo in favor of the Green Campaign for climate-friendly farming. Lucy appeared on Celebrity Mastermind the same month, scoring a record-breaking score of 35 with Steve Martin as her special interest.

Porter's marriage to her long-term partner, Justin Edwards, culminated in the re-write of her 2009 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Fool's Gold. Lucy said she was unlikely to marry due to a "allergy to gold," implying she would never be able to put on a wedding ring; on tour, she made a self-deprecating reference to the original text, showing that she was then married.

On the PlayStation 3, Porter introduced FirstPlay, a weekly digital "magazine" for European customers. Access, her replacement show, is still available on the PlayStation Network every week.

Porter finished in the penultimate round of Pointless Celebrities in 2011 with Ed Byrne.

Porter founded Screaming with Laughter, a mother-and-baby comedy troupe that performs in the afternoon. The club is touring the country to play for parents with children under the age of a year old.

The Fair Intellectual Club, she wrote her debut stage play, which premiered at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe at the Assembly Rooms in 2014. Porter turned this into a comedy series for BBC Radio 4, starring a large cast and also directed by Imrie. She has since expressed a desire to write more plays for the Festival.

Porter has appeared on three episodes of QI, as part of the series L, M, and N.

Porter appeared on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast in February 2017. In 2018, Porter and professional quizzer Jenny Ryan launched Fingers On Buzzers, a podcast about quiz and game shows. In early 2019, Porter and Ryan appeared on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast, where they discussed Fingers On Buzzers and other topics.

Porter sat in on the Radio 4 panel game Just a Minute in March 2021. She was the sixth guest host in the first series since Nicholas Parsons' death, and she had appeared on almost every episode of the program since its inception in 1967.

She appeared in the fourth episode of the epoch on June 20, 2021. The Confessional is a BBC Radio 4 program that is abridged. Stephen Mangan wrote and presented the series.

She appeared in an episode of EastEnders on March 4, 2022.


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