Andi Osho’s eighteen year career spans film, TV and theatre. She’s appeared in BBC1’s Line of Duty, Death In Paradise, Holby, Eastenders, SkyOne’s street-race drama, Curfew and features such as Lights Out, Swinging With The Finkels, and DC Comics’ Shazam!
Other projects include Michaela Coel’s ground-breaking HBO/ BBC drama, I May Destroy You, Ch4/Hulu production, National Treasure: Kiri, which became Channel 4’s highest rated drama and Olivier-nominated The Miser – Andi’s West End debut.
Recently Andi completed filming on three Netflix projects including A Castle For Christmas and Harlan Coben adaptation, Stay Close.
Andi has written for Fox, BBC and Sky, wrote and starred in Twin Thing made for Sky Arts and created her own E4 sketch pilot The Andi O Show. Andi is developing several TV and film projects and her debut novel, Asking For A Friend was published with HarperCollins in 2021. Her following up, Tough Crowd, will be released Summer 2022.
Andi was an award-winning stand-up comedian, completing three sell-out national tours and a raft of TV appearances. In the UK she starred in BBC1’s prime-time stand up show, Live at the Apollo, Mock The Week, Room 101 and Never Mind The Buzzcocks. In the US, TV appearances included The Late, Late Show, @Midnight and The Last Call with Carson Daly.
Andi also hosts the Creative Sauce podcast – a show dedicated to the creativity.
- Funniest Woman (2012)Loaded LAFTA Awards
- Best Comedy Performance (2011)Screen Nation Film and Television Awards