Arabella Weir is an actress, author and presenter. She is best known as one of the stars of the award winning The Fast Show, which enjoyed five series on BBC2.
Her numerous television credits include Two Doors Down which was recently commissioned for a fifth series by BBC2. Arabella’s other television credits include Pure, Drifters, Doctor Who, Skins, Taking Over the Asylum, and Traffik.
Films include Colette (d.Wash Westmoreland), The French Lieutenant’s Woman (d.Karel Reisz), The Frog Prince (d.Jackson Hunsicker)
She wrote the best-selling books Does My Bum Look Big In This?, The Diary of an Insecure Woman and Onwards and Upwards, as well as co-writing and starring alongside Richard E. Grant in Posh Nosh for the BBC.
Arabella had her Edinburgh Festival debut with her hit one woman show Does My Mum Loom Big In This, which recently went on tour, finishing in London at the Purcell room in the Southbank Centre.
This summer she will be filming the sixth series of Two Doors Down for BBC2.
Arabella Weir is represented by Abby Singer at Casarotto for her writing.