It started with a 'H'....
Thanyia Moore was born to two working class Jamaican born parents. What happened from there, is what she'll be discussing. From being bullied to being a bully, Thanyia explores what that means and how she's overcome all of the obstacles that may or may not have got in the way
Thanyia is an actor, comedian, writer, host and presenter from London.
In 2017 she joined the likes of Katherine Ryan, Andi Osho, Sarah Millican, Miss London Hughes,
and Desiree Birch when she was crowned Funny Women Champion, Beating over 400 women in the process.
She has been performing comedy since 2012 and is affectionately known as one of the hardest working comedians on the circuit. She is one of the only females in the UK who works both the mainstream and Black comedy scenes simultaneously. This position was cemented when she reached the semi-finals of the BBC New Comedy Award in 2018.
She has performed across the UK and the world, including The USA, Turkey, Sweden, Holland, Spain and Slovenia. She has performed alongside some of the best known comics on the scene today, including but not limited to – Dane Baptiste (whom she has recently supported on tour) Imran Khan, Kane Brown, Paul Chowdhury, Mae Martin, Richard Blackwood, Patrick Monoghan, Sean Lock & Joel Dommet.
As well as being the founder and host of her own night ‘Moore Laughter’, She is a regular at Top Secret Comedy, Glee Clubs and Hysterical Women. She also lends herself to many charitable causes, one in particular, The Sunshine Foundation holds a special place in Thanyia’s heart, as they work with children with special needs both in the UK and the Caribbean.
Thanyia has been invited to speak on current affairs on Channel 4, BBC Radio London and Talkradio. She has also written for Modern Woman magazine. She has spoken at Women in leadership summits for the National literacy Trust, hosted a recent Alt W event and has spoken at the prestigious Brunel Univeristy.
With her degree in Performing Arts, Dance and Drama – Thanyia is no stranger to acting and improv. Her credits include Bafta winning Jamie Johnson (CBBC) Pure (C4) BBC Quickies, as well as multiple short comedy films and commercials (Maltesers buttons 2018 & Tango 2019).
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