Tiff Stevenson is an award winning stand-up comedian, actress and writer. Her thought-provoking and engaging style make her a perfect choice for comedy sets and awards hosting. Her speaking topics include women in business, politics and social media.
About Tiff Stevenson
Tiff Stevenson and her delivery has been described by the Sunday Herald as heartfelt, hilarious, provocative and important hour of stand-up from one of the best in the business. Whilst the Mirror describes her set as punchy and political but in the best, most human sort of way. Charming but hard-hitting, radical, but not self-consciously so.
Tiff Stevenson saw her 2015 Edinburgh Fringe show Mad Man receive a number of 4 and 5 star reviews, making it officially one of the top 25 best reviewed shows that year. Mad Man went on to tour nationally and was followed up with the, even more political, critically acclaimed Seven in 2016. Cementing her reputation as a force to be reckoned with in stand-up, in 2016 Tiff appeared at Cat Laughs Comedy Festival, Kilkenny, How The Light Gets In Festival and Montreal’s Just For Laughs festival.
Tiff’s TV credits include Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central) The Apprentice: You’re Fired (BBC Two), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC Two), Mock The Week (BBC Two), As Yet Untitled (Dave) Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two), Hey Ho Let’s Go (RTE), Absolute Power (BBC Two), Balls of Steel (Channel 4), Only Joking (Sky), Celebrity Deal Or No Deal (Channel 4), Live With Gabby (Five) and Show Me The Funny (ITV), performing in the live final at London’s Hammersmith Apollo to millions of viewers. Tiff also features on Comedy Central’s new series Drunk History.
As an actor, Tiff’s credits include The Office (BBC Two) and a regular role on BBC Three’s acclaimed show People Just Do Nothing. Her radio credits include Front Row (BBC Radio 4), MacCaulay & Co (BBC Radio Scotland) with regular appearances on Comedy Club (BBC Radio 4 Extra), 7 Day Saturday & Sunday with Al Murray (BBC Radio 5 Live) and The Good, the Bad and the Unexpected (BBC Radio Scotland). Tiff also writes regularly for Metro newspaper.