British stand-up comedian and actress Zoe Lyons made her first steps into comedy after enrolling in London’s Poor School and Workhouse Theatre. Going on to win the 2004 Funny Women competition and picking up a nomination for the if.comedy Newcomer Award for her debut show in Edinburgh, Lyons swiftly became one of the UK’s most talked-about comics, earning a coveted Funniest Joke of The Fringe Award at the 2008 Edinburgh Festival.
Graduating from the University of New York with a degree in psychology in 1992, Lyons had little aspiration to work in her chosen field and initially sought out a position in the entertainment industry. Eager to become an entertainer, Lyons was advised to try her luck in comedy due to her natural comedic flair and went on to participate in the 2001 television series Survivor, almost reaching the final rounds.
After her early successes, Lyons has become a prominent face on British television, making appearances on Mock the Week, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The Paul O’Grady Show, The Wright Stuff, Room 101 and Dave’s One Night Stand, alongside guest spots on comedy radio programmes for BBC Radio.
The comedian was featured on The Independent’s 2009 Pink List as one of the most influential lesbian and gay people in Britain. She has also featured in commercials promoting travel brand TUI, alongside fellow comic Mark Watson.
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