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Abi is a writer, director, comedian, stand-up, voice-performer and actor.

Abi's debut short film (as a writer/producer/actor) 'Death!' is being released in 2024 co-starring Phil Wang, Pierre Novellie, Jason Forbes and Genevieve Gaunt. It's about Death.

Abi recently appeared in QCode Media's narrative podcast Soft Voice alongside Naomi Scott, Bel Powley and Olivia Cooke and appears as Alison in short film 'Everybody Dies Sometimes' alongside Mathew Horne that showcased at the Tribeca Film Festival 2023.

Abi starred solo in the National Theatre’s New Writing Season (in Caz Moran’s one-woman play Prepper). Abi is a member of critically acclaimed sketch trio Minor Delays and starred alongside Edinburgh Comedy Award Nominee Trygve Wakenshaw in CBBC’s show Aardvark. Abi made her Feature Film debut in 2016's Chubby Funny with her extensive, indispensable performance as 'Weird Woman at Door.'

Abi was the 2010 President of the Cambridge Footlights. While with the Footlights Abi starred solo in the Footlights Prize winning Anything But (A One-Woman Play) judged by Tim Key. She then took Anything But to the Edinburgh Fringe (Pleasance Courtyard) where it was shortlisted for The Sunday Times’ NSDF Emerging Artists Prize.

Abi co-directed Perfect Strangers – The Sell-Out Footlights International Tour Show 2012 (Edinburgh Fringe, UK and US Tour), toured the US in Macbeth as frumpy Witch 1 and was a Finalist in the National Funny Women Awards 2012.

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Written by Harry Michell
Performed by Harry Michell, Joe Barnes and Abi Tedder

Minor Delays's distinctive style of stripped-back, front-facing, melancholic comedy was part of the Invisible Dot's New Wave. Their shows in 2014 and 2015 were both among the British Comedy Guide’s Best Reviewed Shows of the Edinburgh Fringe and they were also finalists of the London Sketchfest competition in 2015.

Following a Sell-Out season at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015, Minor Delays brought their show to the Soho Theatre in March 2016.

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“The sketches are leanly constructed and advertise a fine eye for funny character…you get plenty of bang for your buck here. One doubts that major success for the trio will be much further delayed.”

The Guardian

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 “Split-second precision in a series of rapid-fire sketches…you can consider your tenner on the door a risk free investment…Stars of the Future”

Mail on Sunday

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“A show of remarkable pizzazz…the skits come at you like machine-gun bullets…seldom have 50 minutes passed so swiftly.”

The Telegraph

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“Hypersonic comedic perfection”

The Skinny

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