Life’s hurdles have led Katie on an interesting journey so far. She has had a versatile career in the entertainment industry as a comedienne, actress, voiceover artist, radio/ television presenter, broadcast journalist and a writer.
Katie has just done an international tour with her second solo theatre show GRACE. After highly successful runs in Adelaide Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Brighton Fringe she hit Edinburgh for Fringe 2018. GRACE was nominated for BEST NEW PLAY at Brighton Fringe and is in the “Top Ten Theatre Shows to See” according to The Stage.
Katie is also on the London stand up comedy circuit. In her first year, she won her London heat and performed in the semi-finals of the So You Think You’re Funny competition for new acts at The Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh Fringe, 2014. She is a regular at various clubs such as The Camden Head, Up The Creek and The Cavendish Arms.
Katie’s first stand up gig was headlining The Last Laugh Comedy Club at The Athenaeum to 200 people in 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. Five gigs later she débuted her one-woman character show, Kate Middleton Show Queen at La Boheme (winner of Best Venue), a 55 seater for Adelaide Fringe Festival 2013. This she wrote, produced and performed. Katie then transferred to a 300 seater, Red Bennies for Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2013. The show received critical acclaim:
“Katie Reddin – Clancy’s prodigious acting talents make the show worth seeing” – Heckler
“Reddin-Clancy’s acting is first-rate and I am left wanting to see more of her” – Herald Sun
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ONE WOMAN SHOWS
• Grace – Adelaide Fringe Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Brighton Fringe and Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018.
• Kate Middleton Show Queen – Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2013.
Gilded Balloon (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Angel Comedy at The Camden Head, Mirth Control venues, Up the Creek, Leicester Square Theatre, Cavendish Arms, The Last Laugh (Melbourne).
British Film Institute, Atheneum Theatre (Melbourne, Australia), Red Bennies (Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Australia), La Boheme (Adelaide Fringe, Australia), Chapel Off Chapel (Melbourne, Australia), The Anatomy Theatre, The White Bear, Grayfriars Kirk House (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 1999)
BBC, Sky Atlantic, ITV2, Channel 4, Capital FM, Classic FM, Heart Network, Magic 105.4, Kiss 100 FM, Absolute Radio, Joy FM (Melbourne, Australia), Fishbowl TV (Australia), Will Do Art For Food Radio podcast (Australia), Breaks FM and Ministry of Sound (Menu Sessions Own Radio show), Glastonbury FM, GFM 96.6 FM, Juice 107.2 FM, BXFM 87.7 FM, UK Clubbing.com, BPM TV, JVTV (Sub TV), Channel One Television.
Ealing Studios, Zephyr Films, Pinewood, So Television, Talkback Thames, Red Bee Media, Global Radio, Havas Media, Grey Advertising, Silk Sound, Above and Beyond, Grand Central Studios, Koala, Green Bullet Films, RD Content, Big Chief Productions, 1122 Entertainment, Nylon (Sydney Australia), Risk Sound Studios (Melbourne, Australia), Oneword, Saloon Films, Bulldog Productions, Zed Resistor Films, Fodor Productions, Hazard Pay Productions, Hemstock Productions, Theatre de Simplicite.
Stephen Poliakoff, Gillian Armstrong, Logan Murray, Nic Alderton, Sarah McCusker, Peter Blackburn, Emory Ruegg, Melanie Spencer, Richard Edwards, David Broyles, Robert Hugenin and Jacquie Crago.
Chessington World of Adventures, Sky Atlantic, The Last Panthers, EY, Aon, Rugby World Cup, Carte Noire coffee, Pantene, Burberry, L’Oreal, Kellogg’s, Made.com, The Proctor and Gamble (Irish Accent), The Irish and UK Daily and Sunday Mirror (UK and Irish accent), Kit Kat, Design Council, Anthony Nolan Charity, Furniture Barn, Stroke Association, Ideal Home Show, MegaRed Vitamins, Lux, Puffin and Durex.
EY, Financial Times, Catley Lakeman, Canon Expo (Live / Paris), Capgemini, Aon, KDDI Expo (Live/ Geneva), NSPCC and Oxfam.
Evening Standard, The Scotsman, Herald Sun (Australia), The Australian (Australia), Onya Magazine (Australia), The Stonnington Leader (Australia), Heckler (Australia), The Modern Woman’s Survival Guide (Australia), Adelaide Now (Australia), Rip It Up (Australia), Fringereview.co.uk (Australia), The Barefoot Review (Australia), Adelaide Theatre Guide (Australia), Stage Whispers (Australia), Eve Magazine, Mofo magazine, Theatre.net.
Escada perfume commercial, ITV3 ident, Burberry, Sony Vaio, Malmaison hotels, ING bank, Nike, Vipnet/ T Mobile, Orbit, Pringle, Timberland, Mimobot Clooci (campaign), Nicholas Evans author bookcover, Manpower, Zomig, Dublin Clothing, Sheryl May Fashion, Eve Club, Nicorette, Txtlocal, TDK Festival, Franz Ferdinand, Teenage Trust, World Tsunami campaign, Phillips (internet campaign), Rachel Stevens (music video), Austin Reed, Joseph Ribcoff, Armand Basi, Laura Ashley.
Bank SA (Australia), M.C Lange Solicitors (Australia), Gritti Palace Hairdresser (Australia), Bouffant Delacroix Hair and Make up (Australia), Ms. Caramel Cakes (Australia)
So You Think You’re Funny – Semi finalist
The Jessie Scrivener Award for the title role of Miss Julie.
2015 Soho Theatre – Playwriting, Rita Kalnejais, London
2014 Logan Murray – Comedy, London
2014 Mirth Control and Chris Head – Comedy, London
2014 RMIT University Tim Ferguson – Comedy, Melbourne
2013 16th Street Larry Moss, Melbourne and Sydney
2012 16th Street Susan Batson, Melbourne
2012 16th Street Actor’s Studio, Melbourne
2008 Jack Waltzer – Method, London
2007 RSC and John Barton – Shakespeare, London
2005 Present day: Actors Centre, London
2005 Atlantic Theatre Company, New York
1987-90 Jacqui Palmers Stage School, Bucks