Andi Osho’s two decade acting career spans film, TV and theatre, from much-loved BBC drama like Line of Duty, Death In Paradise and Holby, to movies such as Lights Out and DC Comics’ Shazam!
Other projects include Michaela Coel’s ground-breaking 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. She has also worked on FX/ Sky comedy Breeders starring Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard, Good Omens on Amazon and the Netflix adaptation of The Sandman.
Andi Osho is also an award-winning stand-up comedian with 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.
As a comic, Andi made a big impact in a short space of time — reaching the final of five major new talent competitions and winning the Nivea Funny Women Award in 2007, all after only four months and just 40 gigs.
Her career went from strength-to-strength, performing at top comedy venues including The Comedy Store, Jongleurs and The Hackney Empire, as well as appearing regularly on TV. Andi also performed national tours; at the Edinburgh Festival she has performed two sell-out solo shows, and has appeared at the O2 Arena, London and Just for Laughs, Montreal.
As a writer, Andi wrote and starred in Twin Thing on Sky Arts and E4 sketch pilot The Andi O Show. Her debut novel, Asking For A Friend was published by HarperCollins in 2021 and the follow-up, Tough Crowd, in 2023.