Kat Sadler is a comedian, writer and actor.

She’s been selected for the BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2018BBC Radio New Comedy Award 2017 and heard on BBC Radio 4 extra.  She won the Comedy Virgins cup and will not shut up about it. She’s also a Leicester Square New Comedian of The Year Quarter Finalist, and a semi-finalist for the Chortle Student Comedy Award.

She’s a regular freelance writer for The Daily Mash and is the editor of Succubus, a satirical women’s magazine she co-founded. She has written for The Mash Report on BBC2. She’s also written for CollegeHumor and The F Word.

She’s part of sketch duo (and best friends) Tracy’s Leaving Party with her sketch partner Christy Coysh. They took their first work-in-progress show Hot Young Things, to the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and had some wonderful reviews. (★★★★ from The List – can you believe it?! We’ll be taking that to the bank, yes please and thank you)

She’s also the host of the Succubus comedy nights, and hosted the Succubus Fringe Edition at Edinburgh – an hour of comedy championing female comedy writers and stand ups. It was brilliant and she wants to do it again next year.

She writes on and is the voice of The Royal Winthorpe Museum Podcast, an audio guide to a fictional museum.

If you’re a publisher and you’re thinking, “hey, I’d really like to publish this girl’s book,” then look no further because Kat’s literary agent is Claudia at Greene and Heaton and maybe that will give her the kick up the arse she needs to finish writing it.

She wrote, acted and animated online sitcom Sad Face, produced by Turtle Canyon Comedy, based on her popular online blog.

She’s been featured on Chortle.

Her sketches have been featured on the British Comedy Guide . The latest one, Shower Business, went viral and has over 60k views.

She is now building up to her debut hour in 2019.

She can sometimes be quite funny on Twitter.

“★★★★ Viscerally funny” 

The List

“A joy to spent time with”

The Skinny

“Confessional comedy with a Millennial twist, Kat Sadler will make you laugh till you cry. Or cry till you laugh”

Funny Women

“A promising newcomer”

Laugh Out London

“She has fear in her bones”

My mother