Tamar is a comedian, improviser, writer and award-winning songwriter based in London.


She has written five solo musical comedy shows, of which Get Ugly was nominated for Best Comedy at Fringeworld, and Best Life transferred to the SoHo Playhouse in New York. Her catchy, funny story-songs can be found on Spotify and YouTube


From 2018-2019, Tamar worked at American improv theatre Boom Chicago, where she wrote sketches and performed long form, short form and musical improv five nights a week. The 25th Anniversary show for the theatre saw her perform at the Royal Theater Carré along with alumni Seth Meyers, Amber Ruffin, Kay Cannon and many other renowned US comedy names.


In the corporate world, Tamar works with companies to provide enjoyable and beneficial workshops that help build a positive, creative and supportive work environment. She has hosted many large-scale events, including the Nordic Business Forum 2019, with an audience of 7655 and special guests George Clooney, Steve Wozniak, Sara Blakely and Brene Brown. 


Tamar has written for BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, Sketchtopia and Fresh From the Fringe. She wrote and filmed a pilot based on her one-woman show Best Life with Fiction Valley (Fremantle) NL, and wrote the book for Club Mex, a coming-of-age musical comedy about a girls’ holiday in Mexico, co-written with John-Victor and produced by Global Musicals (Six).


In her free time, Tamar enjoys singing, being horizontal and drinking as much wine as is stereotypically expected of a 30-year-old city woman.  

Quotes about Tamar:

"Talented, bright and funny. I predict a great future"
                                  - Michael Palin.

'Brings the house down' - ★★★★ The Skinny. 

'Impeccable comic timing' - ★★★★ The Stage. 


'Lightning-fast comedic strokes, side-splitting timing, and an impressive set of pipes' - ★★★★★ Broadway Baby.


'Effervescent energy and easy charm'
                                  - ★★★★ Rip It Up Adelaide.


'If this performer doesn’t make it to the very top, there’s something very wrong with the world'
                                   - ★★★★★ Musical Theatre Review.