Karen Taylor, in is an English actress and comedian. She is a former finalist in the prestigious Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award and has fronted her own sketch show on BBC Three, titled Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor. Taylor studied Theatre Studies at the University of Warwick 1994–1998, where she got to know other future actors Stephen Merchant and Hannah Waterman. Taylor was a finalist in the Open Mic Award in 1999 and came further to prominence at the Edinburgh festival in 2000. Her first major television role was as one of the performers in The Sketch Show on ITV, which ran for two series. She has also fronted FAQ U on Channel 4 and appeared performing with Steve Coogan on a Paul Calf DVD. In 2004, Taylor appeared on an episode of Win, Lose or Draw for ITV. It was the late night version presented by Liza Tarbuck. In 2007 Taylor fronted her first television sketch show, Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor. It was first aired in June 2007 on BBC Three. Its initial reviews were generally positive.
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About Karen Taylor
English comedienne who fronted the sketch show Touch Me, I'm Karen Taylor in the 2000's and who has been a finalist for the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award. She is also known for her appearances on the comedy series The Sketch Show on ITV and FAQ U on Channel 4.
She majored in Theatre Studies at the University of Warwick from 1994 to 1998.
She played Connie Nicolson, the mother of the main character in the 2008 coming-of-age comedy Angus, Thongs and Perfect Snogging.
She was born in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, England.
She befriended Stephen Merchant while attending the University of Warwick.
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