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Comedy Writing Award Finalist: Elise Bramich

 

Elise Bramich was born, breathed independently and repeated as necessary. She is, at long last, a comedy writer, sometime performer, and full time TV researcher. Credits include: The Sitcom Trials, Mark Watson's The Hotel, Isabel Fay and David Armand's The Works, Bright Club, Popcorn Comedy's Kernel Club, London Word Festival, and BBC Comedy Online. Her interests are the works of Stephen King, Rubik's Cubes, and beer.

Elise Bramich

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