Ninia is one of the UK's hottest female comedians, with a wealth of television, stage and live stand-up experience. She makes frequent appearances at the Edinburgh Festival, and is often seen on our TV screens
Ninia's TV breakthrough came as one third of BBC3's Three Non-Blondes, which later transferred to BBC2 and BBC America before going to a second series, shown internationally. From this, her talents have been showcased across all the major UK channels in a variety of roles, as a presenter, studio guest, actress and reality TV star.
With an infectious sense of humour and effervescent screen presence, Ninia is a favourite guest and commentator on many popular discussion shows. Television appearances include Sky Comedy Close Up, Total Wipeout, Celebrity Masterchef, Celebrity Scissorhands, The Underdog Show and Hole in the Wall, whilst her vocal talents can be heard in CBeebies' Tinga Tinga Tales.
A talented actress, Ninia performed in Eve Ensler's The Vagina Monologues at the New Players Theatre in 2009 as part of the London celebration of V-Day, the global movement to end violence against women.
In addition to her TV work, Ninia is a regular headliner at all the top comedy venues across the UK. She has also spread her talents overseas and has enjoyed a successful run at the Cape Town Comedy Festival in South Africa, in addition to appearances at the Big Night of Comedy festival in Holland.
To book Ninia for your Event, contact a Prime Performers Booking Agent via the online booking enquiry form or alternatively call 020 7251 8222 for further information.
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