Sara Pascoe

Sara Pascoe was made a patron of Humanists UK for her exploration of the human condition through the arts.

Actor, writer, and comedian

Sara Pascoe’s comedy credits include “Live at the Apollo”, well-received Edinburgh Fringe shows, and nearly the full range of prime-time television comedy panel shows: “QI”, “Mock the Week”, “Never Mind the Buzzcocks”, “Have I Got News for You”, and more.

As an actor, she has appeared in critically celebrated shows such as “The Thick of It” and “Being Human”. She has also played a number of shows alongside Humanists UK’s own musical group, the London Humanist Choir, including a celebration of World Humanist Day and a critically praised “Christmas Assembly” at the Battersea Arts Centre.

Pascoe is currently working on her first book, Animal: How a Woman Is Made, due for publication in Spring 2016 by Faber.

See also Sara Pascoe’s website, which, among other things, explains veganism and why she is a vegan.