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Olivia Lee is one of Britain's biggest rising female comedy stars.
Glamorous, sexy, mischievous and armed with a razor-sharp wit, Olivia is best known to viewers from her Prank TV with Miss Lee slot on the hit Friday night Channel 4 show Balls of Steel.
Olivia has just starred in and written a pilot for her very own comedy show with Tiger Aspect Productions called Olivia Lee's Naughty Bits, which airs on Channel 4 this summer 2008. Naughty Bits builds on her skill for on-the-spot comedy, but moves her into a much more light-hearted surreal world of crazy sex-obsessed women, daft comedy characters, disastrous dates and hugely ambitious set-piece stunts. This is the first solo show of this kind by a woman in the UK.
This funny lady is also gaining popularity in the states too where she is currently hosting the hit show; Battle of the bods for FOX, which is on season 2 and airing at the moment. She has also starred in the hit MTV show Punk'd and was cast as one of Ashton Kutcher's comedy side kicks, and has just completed filming a pilot for NBC called; Comedy Coliseum.
Olivia kick-started her career on the popular BBC children's sit-com, The Basil Brush Show, playing the Brush's girlfriend and really has not looked back since. Since then she has hosted a variety of entertainment shows including: E4's, Unanimous - The Fallout alongside comedian Paddy McGuinness; T4's, The Morning After Show Channel 4's comedy live breakfast show with comedian Simon Amstell. ITV and T4 movie specials, interviewing A-listers such as Will Smith, Keanu Reeves and Owen Wilson. She is also a regular on E! Channel and covers most of their UK premieres.
We don't get girl into FHM just because they look good, it helps if they crack a joke or two, that's why we had to grab wise cracking TV babe Olivia Lee (FHM.)
"Olivia is of a new generation of comediennes causing a stir in the industry - attractive women who don't need to play ugly to get laughs. The UK's answer to Sarah Silverman?" (GRAZIA)
"Olivia Lee is very very funny." (The Times)
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