Thanyia Moore


Thanyia Moore is an award-winning comedian, a skilled actor, an experienced writer and dynamic presenter best known for her fiercely commanding stage persona and razor-sharp wit.

Winner of the national Funny Women Awards, Thanyia has gone on to build an impressive list of TV credits including, but not limited to, Live at The Apollo (BBC) World’s Most Dangerous Roads (DAVE) Mock the Week (BBC), Mo Gilligan’s Black, British and Funny (Channel 4), Drunk History: Black Stories (Comedy Central), Richard Osman's House of Games (BBC), Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (DAVE), Big Narstie Show (Channel 4) and Don't Hate The Players (ITV) with more to come.

As a celebrated stand up and social commentator, Thanyia has been invited to speak on current affairs for Channel 4, BBC Radio London and talkRadio. Live credits include Women in leadership summits for the National Literacy Trust, hosting the first UK Bi-Pride main stage and the prestigious Pride in London. Her debut comedy show Just Being Funny achieved sell out runs and critical acclaim at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Thanyia is a sought-after writer with recent credits including Big Brother (ITV) Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC) Love Island (ITV) and Charlie Brooker's Death by 2020 (BBC)

A skilled actor, Thanyia’s credits include the BAFTA-winning Alma's Not Normal (BBC), Eastenders (BBC) Jamie Johnson (CBBC) and The Duchess (Netflix).