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"Dark good looks, warm stage presence and deft comic timing" - The Guardian
Unusual that a girl with a first class degree in philosophy should have become a stand up comedian as a ventriloquist, but actress Nina Conti started doing stand-up in January 2002. Since then, she and her alter ego the monkey have enjoyed a terrific success finally winning the BBC New Comedy Awards in August 2002.
As an actress Nina spent two years at the Royal Shakespeare Company. Following this she went to Edinburgh with a one-woman ventriloquial farce "Let Me Out" written for her by the eccentric genius Ken Campbell. Nina then went on to play Dylan Moran's girlfriend in Channel 4's BAFTA-winning "Black Books" and a weeping Jehovah's Witness in Holby City.
After gigging extensively throughout England, and playing Harrah's Casino in Las Vegas, Nina went to The Edinburgh Festival this year as part of The Comedy Clone, at the Pleasance. She now headlines numerous London and UK comedy clubs.
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