London Hughes, born in 1989, is a British comedian, television writer, and presenter. She wrote and starred in the BBC comedy Laughter Shock, which premiered in 2010. Born in Thornton Heath, South London, she has Jamaican, Cuban, Puerto Rican, Spanish, and Nigerian ancestry. She spent her childhood working with a dance crew and moved to Brighton at age 14.
London Hughes Parents
The famous star’s father is Puerto Rican, Spanish, and Nigerian, and her mother is from Jamaica and Cuba. Enos Knibbs was her great-great-grandfather. She used to spend all of her free time as a kid practicing dance routines with her crew.
Is London Hughes married?
London is not married, but she dated Tommy Holgate. Her dating history is one. She had an interview after she went out with Tommy, who is now her ex.
Hughes Age, Height, and Net Worth
London Hughes was born on June 7, 1989, in Thornton Heath, London, England, UK. She is now 34 years old.
Height: 5 ft 2 ⅛ tall.
Net Worth: London Hughes’s net worth is around $6 million.
Career History to present
London Hughes began her television career on Babestation, then moved to CBBC for two years. She also appeared on BBC One and BBC Two, Blue Peter, and the children’s show All Over the Place. She won the 2009 Funny Women Award at the Comedy Store in London.
Hughes made her BBC Radio 4 debut in 2013 with 28 Dates Later, a sitcom about two girls working in a cinema with a love for romantic comedies. She also appeared in Life: An Idiot’s Guide and the satirical sketch show Newsjack.
In 2016, she appeared as a sex shop worker in Fleabag. She launched her own YouTube comedy series, No Filter, in 2016 based on her real-life experiences in friendship and dating. She has also appeared on the Drunk Women Solving Crime podcast and Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast, RHLSTP.
In 2018, Hughes was working on a comedy travel show with Whoopi Goldberg, but it was not made. She performed London Hughes: Superstar at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 and became the first black nominee for the Edinburgh Comedy Award for Best Comedy Show in 2019. She is scheduled to star in an upcoming Perfect Strangers reboot for HBO Max alongside Robin Thede.