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Andi Osho by Karolina Heller

“We must, as artists, do what we love. If we have a singular passion, we focus on that. And if we have several, then equally, that’s what we must pursue. But whatever one’s ethos, there is a place for every expression of artistry and the art we create.”

Writer, actor, comedian

Being a hyphenated creative and finding balance

Knocking on doors, creating opportunities

Andi Osho in conversation with Jonny Wright

Talking about adding novelist to her already varied accomplishments


As an award-winning comedian, Andi has featured on Live At the Apollo, Mock The Week, Room 101, The Late, Late Show and more and created and toured three sell-out Edinburgh shows. As an actor, her credits include I May Destroy You (BBC/HBO), Line of Duty (BBC), Death in Paradise (BBC), Curfew (Sky), Kiri (Channel 4), Uncle (BBC), Psychoville (BBC) and Holby City (BBC) and feature films Shazam! (Warner Bros), Lights Out (New Line) and Swinging With The Finkels (Kintop Pictures).

Andi has also written and starred in her own E4 sketch pilot, The Andi O Show, Sky comedy short, Twin Thing and produced and performed content for numerous shows across TV and radio including Tonightly (Channel 4), The Now Show (BBC R4) and Hot Gossip (BBC R2). She has written for FOX US, BBC Comedy, BBC R4 and BBC R4Xtra. 


Andi’s shorts have screened at film festivals around the world. Her debut novel, Asking For A Friend (HarperCollins) was published in 2021, and her novel Tough Crowd (HarperCollins) followed in July 2023.

Andi is also a regular blogger and will soon launch her new podcast, Creative Sauce with Andi Osho in which she discusses all aspects of the creative process and shares advice from industry professionals on topics such as criticism, success, mental health, failure and authenticity.