|Cariad Lloyd Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||August 21, 1982|
Cariad Lloyd is a British comedian, actor, writer, podcaster, and performer whose debut show Lady Cariad’s Characters got her nominated for “Best Newcomer” at the Fosters Edinburgh Comedy Awards in 2011. Over the years, she has worked on a variety of projects such as Comedy Feeds, Toast of London, Crims, Murder in Successville, Give Out Girls, Badults, Inside No. 9, Hypothetical, 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, Crackanory, This Time with Alan Partridge, Have I Got News for You, Would I Lie to You?, Josh, Siblings, The Delivery Man, QI, I Want My Wife Back, Peep Show, Drunk History: UK, and Pointless Celebrities. Also, Cariad Lloyd has been a member of the improvisational comedy group Austentatious and has taught improv.
Katie Cariad Lloyd
Barnet, London, England, United Kingdom
Cariad Lloyd attended the University of Sussex and studied English literature
Comedian, Actor, Writer, Podcaster, Performer
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Cariad Lloyd has dated –
- Benjamin Blaine – She is married to editor, director, and writer Benjamin Blaine and the duo has 2 children.
Race / Ethnicity
Cariad Lloyd is of Welsh descent on her father’s side.
Cariad Lloyd Facts
- Her middle name “Cariad” means ‘love’ in her native Welsh language.
- Cariad Lloyd was 15 years old when her father died of pancreatic cancer.
- She met her friend and fellow comedian Sara Pascoe while studying at the University of Sussex and she then worked with Pascoe as a tour guide on open-top buses in London.
- Alongside Diana Vickers, Kerry Howard, Miranda Hennessy, Tracy-Ann Oberman, Ben Bailey Smith, and Alex Carter, Cariad Lloyd co-starred as Poppy (a fun-loving party girl) in the television sitcom Give Out Girls in 2014.
- In 2015, she brought to life the recurring role of Dawn (an officer at the institution) in the television sitcom Crims.
- It was announced in August 2019 that Cariad was writing a book on grief called You Are Not Alone to be published by Bloomsbury Publishing.
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