Kat Sadler is an award-winning writer/performer who is rapidly carving a name for herself as a witty and acerbic writer and creator.
She has multiple projects in development with production companies, one of which being an autobiographical sitcom which she will write and star in.
Kat has been nominated twice for the BBC New Comedian of the Year Award, and in 2019 she was awarded the prestigious BBC comedy writing bursary, where she became the in-house comedy writer for BBC Studios.
Her television writing credits include Trying (Apple TV), The Jonathan Ross Show (ITV 1), Frankie Boyle’s New World Order (BBC 2), Unforgivable (Dave), and The Mash Report (BBC 2). For radio, she is a member of the core writing team for numerous BBC Radio 4 series including the Comedy.co.uk Best Entertainment Radio Show Award-winning Joe Lycett’s Obsessions, Sue Perkins’ Nature Table, and the News Quiz. She is also a regular writer for The Daily Mash.
Kat is the co-creator and editor of Succubus Magazine, a satirical online women’s magazine that is currently being developed into a television show. She can also be found on Twitter, where her tweets about her life frequently go viral.
As a performer, she wrote and acted in BBC3 Quickies and performed a (“viscerally funny” – The List) sketch show at the Edinburgh Fringe. She has also appeared on Tom Neenan Is Not All Men (BBC Sounds) and The Beef and Dairy Network podcast.