Anna Leong Brophy

  • Actor, writer and comedian

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Lazy Susan complete filming on their TV series

Sketch duo Lazy Susan have completed filming on their TV sketch show series, which is coming to BBC Three in 2022. Guest stars will include James Acaster, Lou Sanders and Kiell Smith- Bynoe.

British Comedy Guide, 7th October 2021

Bill Bailey to star in Radio 4 comedy special Hennikay

Bill Bailey is to star in Hennikay, a Radio 4 comedy special about middle aged man who suddenly meets up with his imaginary childhood friend.

British Comedy Guide, 9th June 2021

Channel 4 launches sketch series with a host of comedians

Nick Helm, Jen Brister, Hal Cruttenden, Felicity Ward and children's television presenter Dave Benson Phillips are among the wealth of comic talent to feature in a new Channel 4 sketch series.

British Comedy Guide, 26th May 2021

BattleActs, VAULT Festival review

A review written in alphabetical order.

Bryony Rae Taylor, The Play's The Thing UK, 1st February 2020

Review - Harry Hill's Clubnite

Channel 4's new late-night comedy show looks very much like an old one - and it's none the worse for that.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 26th October 2019

Review: Egg at Latitude

Toxic masculinity is the through-line of sketch duo Egg. But although Anna Leong Brophy and Emily Lloyd-Saini are obviously coming from a female perspective, they are empathetic to the damage it does to men, too.

Steve Bennett, Chortle, 20th July 2019

You can't make an omelette...

Comedy duo EGG are pushing for change in comedy, in more ways than one

Jay Richardson, Fest Mag, 19th August 2018

Egg: Richard Pictures interview

Egg are Anna Leong Brophy and Emily Lloyd-Saini, back at the Fringe with Richard Pictures, a new character-led sketch show promising to explore "toxic masculinity and female friendship" with plenty of "high energy silliness and unexpected twists".

Chris Cooke, ThreeWeeks, 10th August 2018

Fringe female comedy duos: Egg

Anna Leong-Brophy and Emily Lloyd-Saini chew the fat over jokes about toast, and why foil tentacles brought them together.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 31st July 2018

Fringe 2018: 21 unmissable comedy recommendations

Edinburgh Fringe season is back upon us once again - so what's worth checking out?

Shaun Kitchener, The Daily Express, 23rd July 2018

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