A prolific comedienne, writer, pundit and presenter, Sandi Toksvig is much in demand in the corporate sector and is an excellent presenter, after dinner speaker and awards host.
Sandi is one of the original members of the improvisational Comedy Store Players. She gained fame on Whose Line is It Anyway and Call My Bluff.
Sandi's humour and perceptive observations on the absurdities of life guarantee a very entertaining event
After dinner speaker
Melted into Air
Gladys Reunited: A Personal American Journey
The Chain of Curiousity
Girls are Best
Whistling for the Elephants
Flying Under Bridges
UK : £7k to £15k
Europe : £7k to £15k
US : £7k to £15k
Asia/Middle East : £7k to £15k
Following a first-class degree from Cambridge, Sandi Toksvig went into the theatre, where she both wrote and performed before becoming one of the founder members of the Comedy Store Players.
She is well known for her television and radio work, as a presenter, writer and actor. She has written many books for children. The highlights of Sandi's media career include writing numerous comedy and drama scripts for Channel 4, the BBC and TVS; co-writing and presenting long running children's TV show 'Number 73'; writing two successful children's books; and appearing as a regular on many successful TV shows such as 'Whose line Is It Anyway', 'Call my Bluff', 'Time Team' and 'Jackanory'. Other TV credits include 'Question Time', 'Behind the Headlines' and 'Great Journeys' featuring her canoeing down the Zambezi.
Sandi began her career by performing with the Cambridge Footlights, where she was Director/Writer and performed in the first ever all Female Cambridge Revue. This early success set the tone for what has been a wonderfully varied and accomplished career - her unique style and sense of humour are sure to liven up any broadcast or event.
Sandi was the host of BBC Radio 4's 'The News Quiz' from 2006 until 2015. She is also a regular contributor to the likes of 'Loose Ends' 'I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue', and 'Excess Baggage'.
She also writes a weekly column in Seven Magazine (Sunday Telegraph), a monthly column for Good Housekeeping and a monthly column for The Lady together with illustrations by Sandy Nightingale.