About

A multiple award-winning impressionist, actor, voice artist and classically-trained singer, Jess Robinson has showcased her talents across the stage, screen and at a wide range of corporate events.

The lead female voice artist in the new Spitting Image and a regular on Channel 4’s The Last Leg, she has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with a new show every year since 2014; including the wildly successful NO FILTER, which rounded off a critically-acclaimed, nationwide tour with a five-night run at the Soho Theatre in 2019. Her podcast Stars In Your Ears with Jess Robinson won Best Entertainment Podcast at the British Podcast Awards in 2021.

Alongside her stage work, playing the title role in Jim Cartwright’s Little Voice and joining The Guilty Feminist on their UK tour and at the Royal Albert Hall and Hammersmith Apollo, Jess has appeared on TV shows as far reaching as CBBC’s hit Horrible Histories, The Impressionists Show (BBC 1), The Last Leg (C4), The Week That Wasn’t (Sky 1), Don’t Hate The Playaz (ITV) and The Imitation Game (ITV).

Her voice can be heard on the podcast circuit, with well-loved guest spots on The Horne Section, Standard Issue, Reasons To Be Cheerful, Love Island: The Morning After and Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast. She has released two albums and sang the theme tune for the recently-released Horrible Histories: The Movie. She has voiced countless characters on an array of UK and US animations, working with Dreamworks, Disney, Cartoon Network, Sky, CBeebies and Netflix. Jess also lends her voice to numerous video games

In 2017, Jess appeared on BRITAIN’S GOT TALENT, making it to the live shows. Her audition video became a viral sensation, clocking up millions of online views.

★★★★★Edinburgh Evening News
★★★★★Edinburgh Festival Magazine
★★★★Edinburgh Reporter
★★★★Chortle
★★★★★One4Review
★★★★★Arts Award Voice

“Smart contemporary stand up… a feel good celebratory show”

Observer

“It’s like a mega-concert with all your favourite stars”

ITV
★★★★

“A star is born!”  

Metro
★★★★

“Naturally funny. Pitch-perfect.”

Telegraph

“By some way the best, most exciting impressionist we have”

Rory Bremner

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