Tiff Stevenson is a stand up comedian, actor and writer. Known for her honest material and instantly likeable disposition, her thought provoking and engaging style have seen Tiff consistently play to packed audiences worldwide, from London to Sydney, Montreal, New York, Shanghai and beyond.
Her solo show Mad Man was one of the must-see performances at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2015, with five-star reviews from the Herald and The Daily Mirror. This follows on from her previous successes with Optimist, Uncomfortably Numb, Cavewoman, Dictators and Along Came a Spider. In 2015 The Times picked Tiff as one of their top 10 comics to watch at the Fringe. In 2016 she returned to Fringe again with her brand new show Seven.
Tiff’s TV credits include Russell Howard's Stand Up Central, The Apprentice: You’re Fired, Russell Howard’s Good News, Mock The Week, As Yet Untitled, Never Mind The Buzzcocks, Hey Ho Let’s Go, Absolute Power, Balls of Steel, Only Joking, Celebrity Deal Or No Deal, Live With Gabby and ITV’s Show Me The Funny, performing in the live final at London’s Hammersmith Apollo to millions of viewers. She also features on Comedy Central’s new series Drunk History.
On the Radio, Tiff has been a guest on Front Row, MacCaulay & Co with regular appearances on Comedy Club, 7 Day Saturday & Sunday with Al Murray, Breaking the News and The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected. Tiff also writes regularly for the Metro newspaper.
As an actor, Tiff’s credits include appearances in groundbreaking shows such as The Office, White Gold and a regular role on hit shows such as acclaimed BAFTA-winning People Just Do Nothing and E4’s Game Face.
Tiff Stevenson’s live show Old Rope enjoyed a succession of sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Old Rope showcases new material from established headline acts and plays to a full house every Monday night in London.