Laura Smyth, the acclaimed English comedian and writer, achieved notable recognition when she clinched the Funny Women award in 2019. Originating from East London, Laura Smyth transitioned from her career as an English teacher to embrace her passion for comedy. Laura's exceptional talent in comedy was unmistakably evident when she secured a win in the Funny Women competition, an accolade previously won by Thanyia Moore.
The comedian's rising fame led to Laura Smyth being featured on "Jonathan Ross' Comedy Club" on ITV. Additionally, Laura Smyth was an esteemed guest on "Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled", where she shared the limelight with notable figures such as Alan Davies, Tez Ilyas, Sara Pascoe, and Ade Edmondson.
Highlighting her expanding influence in the comedy realm, in 2022, Laura Smyth was announced as part of the "breakthrough" writing team for the returning BBC comedy "Bad Education". With Jack Whitehall as its executive producer, the series showcased a brilliant ensemble of writers including Nathan Bryon, Leila Navabi, Priya Hall, Ciaran Bartlett, and the talented Laura Smyth.