Rachel Parris is an award-winning musical comedian, actor, improviser, and presenter. She was nominated for BAFTA for Best Entertainment Performance and beat Tiffany Haddish, Ellen DeGeneres, and Amy Schumer to become Female First’s Comedian of the Year. Her segments on The Mash Report and as host of Late Night Mash, have been worldwide viral hits across social media.

Rachel has appeared on Live at the Apollo, QI (BBC 2), Would I Lie to You?, Mock the Week, Harry Hill’s Clubnite, The Big Narstie Show, and Richard Osman's House of Games.

She is a founding member of the improv show Austentatious, which has toured nationally, enjoyed sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and a weekly West End residency at the Fortune Theatre. She has also taken critically acclaimed solo shows to the Edinburgh Fringe, Soho Theatre and on tour.

Rachel’s book "Advice from Strangers: Everything I know from people I don't know", is a feminist manifesto that outlines the essentials of living in the modern world; dealing with everything from Tampons to Tories and from #hashtags to Staying Hydrated.