Artist Profile

Emily Jane Clark

T: @emilyjaneclark

Insta: @emilyjane.clark

FB: @stolensleep

Emily-Jane Clark is a comedy writer with a track record for producing viral comedy content including the Mash Report clips 'F**k Off, say Women starring Ellie Taylor, shared on Twitter by Madonna & Sarah Silverman (300 million views at time of writing) 'Youngest Siblings are the Worst' clip (20 million views). 

Emily-Jane has worked as writer and lead writer on The Mash Report, The Jonathan Ross Show and Mock The Week and created hit comedy monologue ‘Hashtag I’m Here’

for BBC 6 Music which was played on screens at the BBC Biggest Musical Festival and across the BBC’s social media accounts.

She is a regular writer for the UK’s biggest online satirical newspaper, The Daily Mash, where her articles often go viral and writes humour features for Metro UK.

Emily-Jane also writes sitcom and her comedy pilot, Mad House, about the hilarity of domestic dysfunction, was long listed by BBC Writer's Room, made the finals of the Funny Women Awards and won the Craft of Comedy New Writing competition.

She is the author of hilarious bestseller, Sleep Is For The Weak: How To Survive When Your Baby Won't Go The F**K To Sleep.