Deborah Frances-White
Deborah Frances-White
Deborah Frances-White is a comedian best known for her hit podcast The Guilty Feminist which has had 100 million downloads in seven years. She has recorded the show live at The London Palladium, The Sydney Opera House, The London Coliseum and The Barbican and has toured it in the UK, the USA and Australia/New Zealand.

She is also the creator and producer of BBC Radio 4’s GrownUpLand and host and creator of Global Pillage. Deborah’s television credits include Have I Got News for You, Mock the Week, Film 2018, QI and Rob Rinder’s Good Year Bad Year. Her BBC Radio 4 show Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice ran for two series and won The Writers’ Guild Award for Best Radio Comedy in 2016.

Deborah’s book The Guilty Feminist is published by Virago and is a Sunday Times Best Seller. She is a screenwriter whose first feature film Say My Name was just produced by Electric Entertainment. It has won multiple film festival awards and was nominated for Best Screenplay at The London International Filmmaker Festival 2019.

Deborah is in demand as a speaker, regularly delivering seminars on diversity and inclusion. She hosted Stylist’s first ever Remarkable Women Awards in 2019. Deborah also works closely with Choose.Love raising funds and awareness and is an official Amnesty International UK Ambassador.

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