Humble beginnings laid a strong foundation for Angie Le Mar. Having literally struggled throughout school, she was later diagnosed with dyslexia. Despite academic challenges, her passion for the stage was not deterred. Her first stage appearance was in school, when she was a little girl aged 10, in a play titled “In on the Island.”
Her efforts bore fruit when she became the first British Actress to perform at the Apollo Theatre. Better still, she became the first ever Black female to have a sell-out comedy show in West London.
Angie’s career has also grown to T.V. and radio as well. She has featured in BBC’S “The Real Mccoy” and Channel 4’s “Late License.” She not only features but writes scripts and has been a judge for comedy shows like “Blouse & Skirt”.
Angie’s passion for the youth is her way of giving back to community. She has come up with a slot in her organization, STAY-Straight To Audience Youth- where she holds workshops on writing, and directing, as well as classes on stand-up comedy.