Ellie Taylor

Full Name

Ellie Taylor


November 28, 1983 (1983-11-28) (age 36)

№ of episodes

6 regular shows

0 Christmas shows
(List of appearances)

Ellie Taylor is an English comedian. She has presented Snog Marry Avoid? on BBC Three, appeared on the ITV2 show Fake Reaction, the ITV reality show Show Me the Funny and the BBC Two satirical news show The Mash Report.[1][2]

Early lifeEdit

Taylor studied at the University of York.[3]


Taylor has been a guest on 8 Out of 10 Cats, Greatest Tweets 2011, Greatest BodyShockers, Big Brother's Bit on the Side, and Show Me the Funny.[4] In 2011, she won Company Magazine's Lady HaHa title. In 2012, she replaced Jenny Frost as the presenter of Snog Marry Avoid? on BBC Three. She was one of the team leaders on the comedy panel show Fake Reaction. In 2013, she appeared in an episode of the HBO mockumentary series Family Tree.

In 2014, Taylor performed her debut stand up show Elliementery at the Laughing Horse as part of the Edinburgh free fringe programme.[5]

In June 2015, she made her debut in the fourteenth series of BBC Two's Mock the Week.[6]

In March 2016, Taylor made her debut in the third series of CBBC's panel show, The Dog Ate My Homework.[7] She appeared a second time later that month.[8]

In September 2016, Taylor had a recurring role in the British TV show The Lodge as Christina.

In 2017, Taylor became a regular fill-in for Emma Bunton on London's Heart Radio breakfast show.

Since July 2017 she has been appearing as a newsreader on The Mash Report.[9]

She plays Gloria, the next door business owner to the main characters in the ITV2 Roman comedy series, Plebs.

Personal life Edit

She married reporter Phil Black in London.[10]



External links Edit

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