London Hughes is an award-winning English comedian, television writer, and presenter. She has passionately working in comedy where she has been a part of several successful projects including her show called Scrambled!.
Here are some interesting facts about London Hughes:
1. London Hughes net worth is estimated to be around $500,000
As of 2018, London Hughes net worth is estimated to be around $500,000. She has worked for several projects in recent years that have helped her accumulate an impressive net worth today.
Some of her most notable performances and appearances have been in “All About the Bants”, “ I Live With Models”, “Space Ark”, and “For the Win”. These are highly rated shows run by some of the biggest broadcasting channels present today.
Hughes being an integral part to such shows has benefitted largely through the great contracts that she has had for her talents on these shows.
2. She has been passionate about writing from a young age.
London Hughes was born on June 7, 1989, in Surrey, England. Even when she was only an early-teenager, she was already working on creating new routines for her dance crew.
Her interests also started towards writing different scripts as she grew older. She would write plays that were to be performed at her school’s talent shows.
She went on to study media and television during her time at Kingston College which helped her gain total knowledge about the lucrative industry she was ready to dive into.
Gaining such experience really helped Hughes as it has become one of the things that she is really good at. This would be proved by one of her earliest professional work called Laughter Shock in 2010.
3. Her TV breakthrough came with Children’s BBC
This was a golden platform for her to showcase her skills. She was a presenter for the show Children’s BBC. Hughes was great with connecting to her young audience and keeping them entertained throughout a show.
These were her initial steps for a career in television. She carried on her success with Children’s BBC by moving on towards working for BBC. The management there were thoroughly impressed by her presentation as well as her role on the children’s show called Blue Peter. She went on to be part of the team for BBC 1 and BBC 2.
4. She made her feature film debut with “It’s A Lot”
Hughes has also been a part of the film “It’s a Lot” in 2013. This was her first film and it was obviously in a comedy genre. She also enjoyed success with a self-written sitcom 28 Dates Later which aired on BBC Radio Four.
She has been lucky to be a winner at the Funny Women Awards and kept on providing great humorous content for her large amount of viewers.
London has also featured in comedy entertainment show Life: An Idiots Guide and satirical sketch show Newsjack, again both for BBC Radio4. London has most recently been in the fourth series of Celebs Go Dating.
5. Hughes has her own comedy series on YouTube.
Hughes has been working on several projects including an initiative she has started for her Youtube channel. This is a comedy series which is titled as “No Filter”. The series has been a big hit for her so far which is written by her and she stars in the how as well.
It is a project that is trying to act as a platform for the emerging talents for comedy present in the U.K. The show has a unique blend of satire as well as explanations of real life situations.