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Charlotte first burst onto the scene after writing and performing her own stand-up show as part of the Open Mic Awards. She is now back performing on the circuit in the guise of potty-mouthed upper-class maniac, Henrietta Arden-Bibby. She recently appeared in the prestigious Groucho Club Gang Show alongside: Steve Furst, Jon Colshaw, Ben Miller, Richard O'Brian, Alex Zane, Dick & Dom and Tony Christie to name but a few. She is now signed up to do several high profile charity gigs and corporate events.
Charlotte is a prolific journalist and regularly contributes to The Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & The Sunday Express. She has also written for Tatler and Woman & Home. She currently writes a monthly humorous column called ‘Wild Life’ for The Field magazine as well as contributing features and celeb interviews.
Charlotte started her comedy writing career by contributing sketches to NewsRevue. Some of her work appeared in the 2005 Edinburgh Festival show which received 5 star reviews. At present, she has several TV writing projects in development including a sitcom (Give Me Shelter), a sketch show (Dirty Posh Girls) both with Channel X and Fremantle Media. She is beginning to develop a further 2 sitcom projects with other companies. Charlotte also has a feature film 'All About Dick' in development with Think Tank Films. Finance will start to be raised for the project at Cannes Film Festival in May.
Charlotte’s mentor is legendary comedy writer Maurice Gran (Birds of a Feather/Goodnight Sweetheart/Shine on Harvey Moon/The New Statesman). Maurice says: “Charlotte is the future of comedy”. In 2007 she was sited as a ‘rising star’ in Broadcast Magazine’s ‘Hot Shots’ and also won a place as a Fast Track delegate at the Media Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival.
Charlotte gained much television experience after working on The Bill, Dispatches and Channel 4 News. 2005/2006 - she hosted ‘society chatshow’ for www.chatshow.net where she interviewed a host of celebrities. She also co-presented a pilot called ‘Result’ for Sky & Granada with Sacha Baron-Cohen a.k.a. Borat. In 2004 Charlotte took part in a life swap for ITV1’s Poor Little Rich Girls and was subsequently interviewed on GMTV. This year she can be seen presenting ‘How to Marry a Prince’ on the US Women’s Entertainment Network, The Biography Channel & Vibe TV. She was recently interviewed by Robert Llewellyn for his new internet show CarPool.
What people are saying
“This girl is a star” Cosmo Landesman, The Times
"Even though Charlotte is incredibly posh, she is also very funny, fearless and terrifyingly ambitious. Look out!" Maurice Gran (The New Statesman, Birds of a Feather)
“Phenomenally shocking and depraved. I love it!” Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf / Scrapheap)
“The inimitable Charlotte Reather leaves a trail of destruction wherever she goes but she's witty, funny and sexy as hell" Peter Farrelly (Something About Mary)
“The posh Roy Chubby Brown of comedy” Jim Reid, Channel X
“Hilarious” Bernie Katz, The Groucho Club
"The hottest thing in jodphurs since Jilly Cooper gave up pole dancing" Dom Joly