Naz Osmanoglu, star of BBC’s Flat TV, Horrible Histories and Comedy Central’s Drunk History, is an actor, writer and comedian.
Regularly a face on our screens, Naz has appeared on Live at the Electric (BBC Three), Russell Howard’s Good News (BBC3) and Horrible Histories (CBBC) as a core cast member in the 7th series. He’s also acted in Drunk History (Comedy Central), Plebs (ITV2) and Bull (UKTV Gold). In 2016 Naz wrote and starred in the 4-part series Flat TV alongside Tom Rosenthal which aired on both BBC3 and BBC2.
Most recently, Naz has performed in the highly-praised Inside Number 9 (BBC2), Channel 4’s Back, Comedy Central’s Absolutely Fine and Trauma for ITV.
Naz was also a member of acclaimed sketch trio WitTank with whom he regularly performed on Live at the Electric (BBC3) and Sketchorama (Radio 4). WitTank are well-known Edinburgh Fringe veterans with 10 shows under their belt.
Meanwhile, Naz regularly performs on the London circuit both as a stand-up comedian and character act, and has taken 4 shows to the Fringe festival, having most recently had a successful solo run in 2017 with The Naz Show.
“A high energy, no-holds-barred hour from the consistently funny Naz” The Telegraph
“Particularly magnetic” The Guardian
“He is a name to remember, however difficult that might be. Very confident, very original and tightly performed” Richard Herring
“Spirited, witty and individual… more energy than a dozen Duracell bunnies” Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Livewire Naz Osmanoglu is surely the heir to Rik Mayall’s throne” The Evening Standard
“Beautiful narrative sketch comedy … masterful” The Sunday Times
Visit Naz’s website at: www.nazosmanoglu.com
Follow Naz on Twitter: @naz_osmanoglu
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