Performing Arts

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Deborah Frances White

Deborah Frances-White

Deborah Frances-White is a London-based comedian, author and screenwriter who also delivers corporate seminars. Frances-White was born in Australia and adopted at ten days old. She grew up in Brisbane, Queensland. Her family converted to Jehovah’s Witnesses when she was a teenager; Frances-White has since left the community and describes herself as an atheist and moved to London. Her BBC Radio 4 series 'Deborah Frances-White Rolls the Dice' won her a Writers Guild Award. Her film 'Say My Name' was out in spring 2019. She is developing a play for the Almeida, a television series with Merman for Netflix and she recently finished the screenplay for her second film Making Babies for Redwave Films. Her book The Guilty Feminist was published by Virago in 2021.