Jo Caulfield is one of the rising stars of British comedy, with her clever mix of wit and accurate observation that has both TV and theatre audiences rocking with laughter.
She has appeared at major comedy clubs, both in the UK and overseas, and has completed two solo nationwide tours, and a further three as support act of Graham Norton, Puppetry of the Penis, and Rory Bremner. She has also made appearances in Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow. In addition, for the last nine years, Jo has performed in a solo comedy show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
On TV, Jo has been the regular warm-up performer for BBC's Have I Got News For You for many years, and what's more, she has also appeared as a guest on the show, as well as on Mock The Week and Never Mind The Buzzcocks. Other TV acting credits include Family Affairs, Days Like These, Beast and Get Real.
On Radio, Jo has had two highly acclaimed shows on BBC Radio 4, It's That Jo Caulfield Again and Jo Caulfield Won't Shut Up, as well as appearing regularly on other shows on the station, including The News Quiz, The Now Show and The Unbelievable Truth.
As well as writing for her own shows, Jo has also written for Ruby Wax, Joan Rivers, Ant and Dec and Graham Norton, who said of Jo, "I never knew I could like a woman so much".
In 2010, Jo was nominated as Funniest Woman 2010 (LAFTA Awards), having been previously nominated as Best Female Comedian 2002 (Chortle Awards), Best Compere 2004 (Chortle Awards) and one of The 100 Greatest Stand-Ups (Channel 4).
Jo's first CD, Thinking Bad Thoughts, was released via iTunes in October 2012.
To book Jo for your Event, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent via the online booking enquiry form or alternatively call 020 7251 8222.
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