Stella Graham is a naturally funny stand-up comedian, writer & actor.
Shameless, charmingly aggressive and unladylike, she's the funniest half Sri Lankan gal from Coventry.
During Lockdown, Stella's making funny workout videos and doing online gigs! What a trip. Gigging in slippers.
She loves it.
"If you're a TV executive, drop what you're doing and go see her now" - The Skinny
"Fun and original... everything a good comedian should be: self-assured, likeable and, crucially, funny" - Broadway Baby
****- Fringe Guru
“She's also got a terrifically funny way with one liners, as they subverted expectations and delivered punch lines which were squarely at your sides.” - TVNZ
"Laugh-a-minute" - Fringe Benefits, Adelaide Fringe
Stella's written for TV & radio and presented shows on TV & radio.
Check out her old podcast; The Comedy Hangover.
Stella is an experienced MC / host / compere.
She presented awards at the World Cyber Games New Zealand Qualifier in Auckland.
Available for corporate gigs, performed at Royal Bank of Scotland in Edinburgh.
A brief history of...
In 2020, Stella was at the Leicester Comedy Festival with her show, Sneaky Little Bitch?
In 2019, Stella had a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe with her show, Sneaky Little Bitch.
She took her show, Uncivilized to the Leicester Comedy Festival and Brighton Fringe.
Loves writing a mean joke or 10 for a Roast Battle.
Currently training in Improv at The Free Association.
2018, Stella went to the Edinburgh Fringe with her show, Uncivilized.
She took it to the Leicester Comedy Festival and Brighton Fringe.
She completed 2 years of training in acting, studying the Meisner Technique at Actors Door Studio, London.
2017, Stella was briefly at the Edinburgh Fringe with her show, "Rage Against the Unclean"
She took her show "Sunday Roast" to Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival.
2015, Stella took "Fox Sake" to Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival, Brighton Fringe and the Edinburgh Fringe.
2013, Stella took "A Pint of Stella" to the same 3 Fringes. She likes those ones.
Stella returned home to the UK in 2012 after stomping on the stand-up comedy stage in New Zealand.
2011-2012, Stella took her show, Karma Comedian, to the Adelaide Fringe, Brighton Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and the New Zealand Comedy Festival.
She was nominated Best Newcomer at the 2009 New Zealand Comedy Guild Awards.
Stella has written comedy for TV and radio and presented shows on TV and radio.
She has also appeared in comedy sketches and found time to do some voice-overs. (Attention seeker.)