Suki Webster is a comedy actress and writer for stage, radio and television. She is best know for her improvisation skills and can be seen in ‘Paul Merton – Out of my Head’ at the Vaudeville Theatre in London’s West End.
“Funny, sexy, dirty all at the same time.”
“Destined to be a household name.” Metro
“Hilarious” The Guardian
With Paul Merton, Lee Simpson, Richard Vranch and Suki Webster.
Discover the bizarre workings of Paul Merton’s brain, as he muses on the mighty behemoth that is his noggin.
Paul returns to his stand-up roots for the first time this century.
Away from the ‘Have I got News For You’ desk Paul Merton proves he’s got legs.
A night of sketches, music, magic, variety and dancing girls (two of them aren’t girls).
A year ago I began co-writing a major three part series for BBC2 about “The Birth of Hollywood.” On May 27th at 9.30pm tune into your small screen to discover the story of the big screen. (Please read my blog for more details.)
Other recent projects include co-writing “Paul Merton’s Weird and Wonderful World of Early Cinema” as well as being the Assistant Director and appearing as a Parisian sophisticate.
In 2009 as well as my regular appearances with ‘The Impro Chums’ and ‘The Comedy Store Players’, I was thrilled to appear on BBC Radio Four’s iconic programme ‘Just A Minute.’ I loved every second of every minute and afterwards Graham Norton kindly congratulated me on “a great debut.”
Other work in 2009 includes co-writing and briefly appearing in, as a cigar-smoking nun, ‘Paul Merton Looks At Alfred Hitchcock’ for BBC4. An hour long documentary that concentrated on Hitchcock’s early British career before his move to Hollywood.
“An informed and often extremely funny programme.” The Times
I also co-wrote ‘Morcambe and Wise The Show What Paul Merton Did.’ The recording felt like we were working with the great duo themselves.
“This affectionate tribute did them proud. A cut above the usual clip show.” The Scotsman
In 2008 I played a hippy in ‘Giles Wemberly Hogg Goes to Glastonbury’ (BBC 2) I have also appeared in ‘The New Adventures of Robin Hood’ (Warner Brothers, US TV) and ‘Baby Father’ (BBC 2) Film work includes playing ‘Alex’, the female lead in the feature film ‘Comic Act’ (Gemini Films).
My theatre work includes ‘Court In The Act’ and ‘Passport to Danger’ (Watford Palace Theatre & Chichester) Plus two successful Edinburgh shows ‘Suki Webster: Best Man’ and ‘Suki Webster: Body-Part Double.’
My improvisation credits include ‘Paul Merton’s Impro Chums’ and regularly guesting with ‘The Comedy Store Players.’ Plus the West End run of ‘One Word Improv’ with Eddie Izzard, Stephen Frost & Neil Mullarkey and the Radio series ‘The Impro Musical’ (BBC R2) I also appeared in ‘Lifegame’ At The National Theatre (Improbable Theatre Co). And I used my impro skills for ‘The Hidden Camera Show’ (BBC2).