Performer & Director
Andi Osho is an award-winning writer, performer and director whose career both in front of and behind the camera, spans twenty years. Her work as a performer began in fringe and off West End theatre performing in plays such as Medea, Yellowman and The Fall of New Labour and recently she made her West End debut opposite Griff Rhys Jones in The Miser.
Her screen work includes appearances in several UK TV comedies and dramas such as Psychoville, Uncle, Eastenders, Waking The Dead and Life of Riley. She made her US TV debut in Finding Carter and recently featured in the Warner Brothers horror, Lights Out.
Andi is also an award-winning stand up comedian regularly appearing on TV panel and stand up shows (The Late, Late Show, Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, Frank Skinner’s Opinionated) and wrote and starred in her own E4 sketch pilot, The Andi O Show.
As a writer, Andi has sold scripts to Fox, BBC TV and Radio, co-created Breaking Hollywood, a comedy web series starring David Harewood (Homeland, Super Girl), wrote and produced triple-award winning Brit.i.am, an experimental, crowdsourced short film and recently, her student film, The Grid screened at Stan Lee’s Comikaze. Andi’s most recent projects, Amber, about a teenage stalker, premiered in LA this year and Daipool, a comedy short about a Welsh superhero with no super powers is set to screen at several comic-cons.
Andi trained at the prestigious Ravensbourne College of Design in London and The New York Film Academy. She studied acting and performance at The Academy Drama School, UCB and Howard Fine Acting Studio.