Sooz did her very first stand-up gig in 2009 and won Best Newcomer at the Musical Comedy Awards in 2010 . She also graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 2010.
In 2012 Sooz won the Variety Award at the Funny Women Awards.
She made her Edinburgh debut in 2014 and is performing her eighth solo fringe hour, PlayStation, at the 2022 fringe.
Sooz cohosts two podcasts, Mystery on the Rocks, a true crime and cocktails comedy podcast with comedians Chris Stokes and Masud Milas, and The Queen Podcast, the UK's official Queen podcast featuring licensed music by the band, alongside John Robins, Simon Lupton and Rohan Acharya,
Outside comedy Sooz performs in musical theatre and is a regular collaborator with Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer the Opera).
In June 2019 a tweet thread about a singing contract in Ayia Napa became a bit of an online sensation and is currently in development as a comedy-drama thriller with Mammoth Screen..
In 2023 she's increased her Twitter following to over 100k and gone viral with political videos playing Liza Minnelli, Nadine Dorries and Liz Truss. These have received press in The Guardian, The i Paper, The Independent and The Metro as well as in the LA Times and Chicago Tribune stateside.
Sooz has just been announced as Doom in Doom's Day, a major new multi platform Doctor Who spin-off series with the BBC and stars as a guest lead in an episode of an upcoming US sitcom for Amazon Prime and CBS.
January 23rd 2023: I'm off on tour! You can see me all over England and Scotland from April-July. Here are the dates with ticket links.
July 3rd 2022: I'm on BBC Radio 5 Live this morning 10am-12pm. I'll be commenting on all things Wimbledon and politics and may just throw in some dressage gossip too, it's sizzling hot.
July 1st 2022: Nadine Dorries is an occasional contributor to Rosie Holt's Uncensored podcast and I might have just had something to do with it....
June 8th 2022: My 2022 Edinburgh show, PlayStation, has gone live! It's on at 2.20pm daily at the Banshee Labyrinth and I can't bloody wait to get back to the fringe after three years away!
February 22nd 2022: When I got an email from the Royal Academy of Music saying I'd been honoured as an Associate of the academy and can now put ARAM after my name if I fancy a mad flex I assumed it was a mistake. But it's real! My time there was the best year of my life and I'm honoured to be....honoured. Here's the full list of 2022 ARAMs.
February 18th 2022: I'm doing a solo musical comedy cabaret with my very own band at Crazy Coqs on June 12th. A Night at the Soozicals is gonna be a flippin' blast, get your tickets here.
February 9th 2022: I've been contributing to BT Sports' The Football's On with some input from Liza Minnelli! Here's the first video and Liza will be on for the next six weeks.
February 6th 2022: I'm previewing my 2022 Edinburgh show, PlayStation, at the Leicester Comedy Festival on February 20th @ 2.50pm. Tickets available here.
February 4th 2022: If you're on Audible a new comedy-drama I played the actual main guy in is out now! The Day the Earth Didn't Die is about...well...the world not ending. It's great and I do some ace swearing in it. If you're not on Audible you can join for a free trial and get it for free innit.
February 3rd 2022: Recorded a pilot today for a new panel show with Dara O'Briain, Ria Lina and Kerry Godliman and fingers crossed it's gets picked up eyyyyyyy.
February 1st 2022: Eyyyyyyyy it's my Birthday, I'm 25, lolololol. I've released my first filmed special and I'm very excited that it's with Go Faster Stripe who distribute shows by some of my faaaaavourite comedians including Stewart Lee, Richard Herring, Ruby Wax and Nick Helm. Super Sonic 90s Kid is only a fiver and you can buy it here.
December 7th 2021: WELL WELL WELL, look who hasn't been keeping the news section of her website updated (it's me, Sooz). NEWS! I've joined the writing staff for the Daily Mirror, the only paper my mum would have in the house when I was younger. My first article is on Reply Guys and you can read it here.
April 14th 2021: Over a year in to lockdown my only news is I'm now represented by The Joneses for voiceover and can be heard playing the ship's computer, VAL, in Kosmokrats, a new game on Steam. You can also hear me on upcoming episodes of Numberblocks where I'm playing the three-times and ten-times tables.
September 1st 2019: It's 10 years since I started my course at the Royal Academy of Music and I wanted to mark the date because what a decade it's been!
August 26th 2019: I'm back from the Edinburgh Fringe, my seventh in a row! This was by far the best fringe I've ever had playing to packed houses most days with my solo show Mega Drive and getting awesome reviews. I was even nominated for Broadway World's Best Comedy Show Award. I was also in Nick Helm's I Think, You Stink which was one of the top 20 best reviewed shows at the fringe this year.
June 1st 2019: I've gone viral! In 2007 I spent 3 months in Ayia Napa as a Christina Aguilera tribute and I tweeted about it and for some reason it captured some prolific imaginations. It was shared by James Corden, Caitlin Moran and Prime Minister of Hearts, Ed Miliband. Here is the tweet thread.
April 1st 2019: After a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 and stellar performances at the Norwich Playhouse and the ENO Jonny Woo's All-Star Brexit Cabaret is hitting the main house at the Soho Theatre. The run is May 28th-June 8th and I play all the world leaders. Tickets can be booked here.
March 15th 2019: I've been recording a podcast with comedians Chris Stokes and Masud Milas called Mystery on the Rocks and we officially launch in a couple of weeks. We're produced by Studio 71 and have some brilliant guests coming up including Nick Helm, Nish Kumar and Laura Lexx. Check it out here.
March 1st 2019: Preview season has officially arrived. The previews for my 2019 solo show Mega Drive start this month and can all be found on my GIGS page.
February 5th: I've been very lucky and have been cast in a workshop of new musical Drink! at the Other Palace later this month.
February 1st 2019: I got a venue for my 2019 Edinburgh show! Watch this space...
December 5th 2018: I do a bit of voiceover now and this one was the most fun I've ever had - it's for Momentum and is an accurate depiction of Theresa May's handling of Brexit. #JC4PM https://youtu.be/nC4G2BcpYAU
November 20th 2018: Jeepers Creepers, composer of both Jonny Woo's All-Star Brexit Cabaret and a little musical called Jerry Springer the Opera is debuting Wrong Songs For Christmas, a brand new song cycle, at The Print Room, an opera house in Notting Hill. And I'm friggin' singing it. December 15th, be there. Details on my GIGS page.
November 15th 2018: This is pretty ridiculous - Jonny Woo's All-Star Brexit Cabaret smashed Edinburgh and now we're doing it at the London Coliseum, home of the ENO! It's on December 17th, one night only and I play both David Cameron AND Theresa May. Details on my GIGS page.
October 30th 2018: I'm singing a fantastic Alexander Bermange song at the West End Wilma Awards on November 4th at the Arts Theatre right in the goddamn West End,
September 30th 2018: 10 years ago Nick Helm produced a horror-musical revue at the Edinburgh Fringe and it's back for 3 nights at the Pleasance Islington for Halloween. Very excited to be able to make use of how creepy I am. Details on my GIGS page.
September 25th 2018: Well how about that, I'm singing not one but TWO smashing duets with Christina Bianco at her incredible Life of the Party album launch. It's at The Other Palace on October 6th.
September 20th 2018: For the second year running I'm going to be part of Jonny Woo's Un-Royal Variety at the Hackney Empire. I've got a really wicked number to do from A Chorus Line with legendary dance sensation, Margo Marshall. Ticket info on my GIGS page.
September 14th 2018: Gonna be on the Reasons to be Cheerful podcast with Ed Milliband and Geoff Lloyd. They say never meet your heroes but I just did and it was brilliant. Got to tell Ed all about dressage, think I really made a difference to the nation. Anyway, the podcast's out on Monday so give it a listen.
September 6th 2018: I recorded a number for Nick Helm's new album. It finally allowed me to find a use for my "creepy child" voice. More to come on that...
August 31st 2018: That's Edinburgh done for another year! Best reception I've ever had for a show and even got enough shiny pennies to treat myself to a Pret wrap on the way home. Super Sonic 90s Kid was super well-attended and well-received and Jonny Woo's All-Star Brexit Cabaret played to full houses of 200 almost every day of the run. Also got to do a small bit every day in Luke McQueen's show which was always a blast. Having attended all his previous shows multiple times it's nice to know that eventually you can Stockholm Syndrome a comedian in to putting you in their show.