Anna Devitt (born 26th February 1987) is an award winning Scottish stand-up comedienne and entrepreneur, well known for her appearances on Rab C Nesbitt and Britain's Got Talent. Her style is high energy and tongue in cheek. Through her entrepreunerial work she has created Europe's first accredited qualification in Comedy and Confidence.
Television and Radio Career
Anna Devitt is a scriptwriter for BBC Comedy through the Short Stuff brand with her Sassy and Skint series. She appeared in a Taxi Cam sketch which gained 2.8M views on Facebook. Other television appearances. include Rab C Nesbitt, River City, My Mad Fat Diary and Come Dine with Me. Anna also appears regularly appears on BBC Radio Scotland to add satirical commentary to the days news.
As a stand-up comedienne, Anna Devitt has toured the UK and Ireland including support slots with Frankie Boyle. In 2013, she appeared on Britain's Got Talent with her Truffles Devitt sketch, and is the only female comedienne to get to the semi-final round.
Comedy and Confidence Course
Anna Devitt devised, develops and delivers the Comedy and Confidence qualifications which are Europe's first accredited qualification (accredited through the SQA and the [[SQCF]). Here, students are taught to use comedy as a medium to battle mental health.
Anna won Foster's Beer Funny Funny competition in Scotland 2012. In 2013, she was crowed the best new comedian in Scotland by Scottish Variety Awards.
Comedy in Confidence won the first Creative Award at the Scottish Edge awards in 2017
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