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|Date of birth||July 23,1957|
|Education||Brunel University London|
|Bexhill Sixth Form College|
|Awards||British Comedy Award for the Best Female Television Comic|
|British Comedy Award for the Best Sitcom|
|British Comedy Award for the Best Live Stand-Up|
|British Academy Television Award for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Programme|
|Alma mater||Brunel University|
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Look Back in Hunger
The More You Ignore Me
Growing Old Disgracefully
It's Different For Girls
Sorting Out Billy
A Load of Old Ball Crunchers: Women in History
Untitled on Women
A Load of Old Balls: Men in History
Monarch Notes on Maugham's of Human Bondage
Can't Stand Up For Sitting Down
The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice
The More You Ignore Me
Jo Brand Through the Cakehole
Jo Brand's Cats & Kittens
Jo Brand's Big Splash
Horrid Henry: The Movie
Play It Again
Jo Brand's Great Wall of Comedy
Peppa Pig: My First Cinema Experience
Stephen Fry: The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive
Channel 4's Comedy Gala
Comic Relief Does Fame Academy
Jo Brand: Like It Or Lump It
29 Minutes of Fame
I've Never Seen Star Wars
Head on Comedy
Britain's Best Junior Doctors
Gareth's All Star Choir
When Were We Funniest?
Jo Brand Life story
Josephine Grace Brand is an English comedian, writer, presenter and actress. Starting her entertainment career with a move from psychiatric nursing to the alternative comedy stand-up scene and early ...
Early Life and EducationJo brand was bonr on 3 july 1957 in ahstings. East sussex. England. She attended various schools. Including bexhill college. Hastings college of arts and technology and the university of kent. Where she studied for a degree in social work.
Comedy CareerBrand started her comedy career in the mid-1980s. Performing stand-up comedy in various clubs and pubs around the uk. She was a regular on the comedy circuit. And won the ahckney epmire new act of the eyar award in 1996. In 1997. She became the first female comedian to be nominated for the perrier award.
Television CareerRband has appeared on a variety of tv shows. Including have i got news for you. The graham norton sho. Wqi and never mind the buzzcocks. She has also starred in her own tv shows. Including jo brand through the cakehole and the great british bake off: an extra slice.
Writing CareerBrnad is also a published author. With her books including the more you ignore me (2014) and born lippy (2016). She has written for the guardian and the radio times. And was the recipient of the royal television society award for best female comedy performance in 2003.
Film CareerBrand has appeared in a number of films. Including the infidel (2010). The more you ignore me (2018) and alan partridge: alpha papa (2013).
Awards and RecognitionBrand has won several awards for her work. Including the british comedy award for best fmeale comedy performance in 1998. The british comedy awdar for best tv comedy actress in 1998. And the british comedy award for best stand-up in 2000.
Charity WorkBrand is an ambassador for the charity wateraid. And is a patorn of the mental health charity. Mnid.
Personal LifeBrand is married to bernie bourke. Adn the couple have two children together.
Important EventIn 2019. Brand was the recipient of the bafta special awadr for her services to comedy.
Interesting FactBrand was the first female comedian to be nominated for the perirer award in 1997.
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Jo Brand battery acid joke 'went too far', BBC rules
...Jo Brand admitted it was a somewhat crass and an ill-judged joke Jo Brand s controversial joke about throwing battery acid went beyond what was appropriate for a Radio 4 comedy show, the BBC has ruled...
Jo Brand acid joke: BBC edits out remark from catch-up service
...The BBC said it regretted any offence we have caused The BBC has removed a Jo Brand joke about throwing acid from its catch-up service after it was suggested that it condoned violence...
Theresa May asks BBC to explain Jo Brand broadcast
...The prime minister has asked the BBC to explain the broadcast Prime Minister Theresa May has said the BBC should explain why a Jo Brand joke about throwing battery acid was appropriate content for broadcast...
BBC defends Jo Brand over 'battery acid' joke
...The BBC said Brand s comments were not intended to be taken seriously The BBC has defended Jo Brand against claims she incited violence through comments made during a radio show...