Maureen Younger

Comedian Profile

A tri-lingual London Scot, she’s frank, fast, feisty, sharp, engaging – honest humour with attitude!
Gigs include: Hackney Empire, The Stand, Hampstead Comedy Club, Upfront Comedy, Glee Club, Amused Moose Soho, Comedy Camp, Comedy Store, Up the Creek, Bearcat Comedy Club, Underbelly, Komedia, Frog & Bucket, Downstairs at the King’s Head, Arthur Smith’s Cut Price Comedy Night, Comedy Café, Laughing Cows, Hampstead Theatre, BrouHaHa, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Buzz Comedy, Monkey Business, Joogleberry Playhouse, Retort Cabaret Show

International Gigs
Berlin: Comedy Club Kookaburra & BeatStreet (in English); Stage-Diven & Scheinbar (in German)

Radio/TV
Newspaper reviewer on Sky News
Regular guest panellist on BBC Radio London & BBC Radio 5 Live.
Newspaper Reviewer on the Biggins & Lesley Show, BBC Radio London.
Presented an 80s soul show on Break FM.
Roles in Band of Brothers (BBC/HBO), The Affair (black & white silent comedy).

“engaging and funny” (Three Weeks)

”One of the most naturally talented comedians I have worked with, brilliant timing, warm and funny”. (Sally Holloway)

“On a strong recommendation from another promoter I booked Maureen unseen to headline my Retort Cabaret show. She didn’t let me down, and a previously cool audience immediately warmed to her conversational style. One of the other acts booked her after the show to compere their gig the following week and I too have re-booked her to compere another show in the autumn. I’ve since seen her at a much larger gig at Birmingham Glee Club and she was equally funny and comfortable on a big stage.” (BrettRehling, Retort Cabaret Show, Birmingham)

“A week of roaming about the Festival.. but aside from the big names, there’s a lot of talent out there. One comedienne in particular has stood head and shoulders talent-wise above the others again and again: Maureen Younger, with her peach of a delivery…”( MGCK)

“Maureen Younger, New Act of The Year contestant whose sharp self effacing humour brings interesting new perspectives to the stage” (Hackney Empire)

“I felt like I’d learnt something as well as being entertained by comedians Paul MacCaffrey, Gavin Hammer and especially Maureen Younger.” (Alexis Wood – BBC Southern Counties Website)