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Satirist, presenter & producer. From hosting a prime time Channel 4 show & the MOBO Awards to signing deals with Atlantic Records & Netflix, through to executive producing his own BAFTA-nominated YouTube Originals series - Munya Chawawa continues to position himself as one of the UK’s biggest & brightest entertainers. 

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Munya Never Misses.

In just a few short years, Munya Chawawa has become one of the UK’s most exciting creative minds and pop culture personalities.

Between spoofing Matt Hancock’s mischief with a viral parody and setting the internet alight with Salt Bae impersonations, Munya has amassed over 1 billion views across social media during the last 2 years.

Entertaining the nation with characters such as Unknown P, Nigella, Jonny Oliver, Barty Crease & Brandon, Munya has made waves on mainstream British television too. Displaying (ahem...) raw talent on BBC One’s Celebrity Masterchef, roasting romantic disasters on Sky One’s Dating No Filter through, and hosting Channel 4’s Complaints Welcome each week, Munya has become a mainstay on primetime British television.

Behind the camera, Munya has turned his talents to writing on projects such as ‘Death to 2020’ alongside Charlie Brooker for Netlifx, as well as executively producing his debut YouTube Originals series ‘Race Around Britain’ for which he was awarded ‘Presenter of the Year’ at the Royal Television Society Awards.

Chawawa’s work has led to a string of features in titles from The Guardian, New York Times, The Observer, GQ Magazine, Complex and, most recently, the front page of Time Out Magazine’s Comedy Special.

His win at the 2021 National Comedy Awards for Best Breakthrough Comedian firmly places Munya as one of the UK’s leading satirists, writers, and entertainers.

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For a U.K. Satirist and His Online Fans, Comedy Is Catharsis

by The New York Times

Lockdown has helped establish Munya Chawawa as a sardonic voice for young people who don’t often recognize themselves in the comedians they see on TV.

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Comedian Munya Chawawa: ‘People think I blew up in lockdown, but I’ve been doing this for years'

by The Guardian

He skewered Matt Hancock with his brilliant viral video ‘It wasn’t me’...

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Munya Chawawa is the funniest man on the internet

by TimeOut

The lockdown comedy legend tells Time Out about Netflix, YouTube and being in Stormzy’s armpit

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Munya Chawawa: ​“I want to break the mould of being from a classically trained, elitist background”

by The Face

The British-Zimbabwean comedian and satirist on making his way to viral success, using the news as comic inspiration and...

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My London: Munya Chawawa

by Evening Standard

The comedian rockets up the Shard on fireworks night, fulfils his teenage dreams at Lazy Oaf and wants to live above a big Tesco.

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The best (and wildest) fits from The Fashion Awards 2021 red carpet

by GQ

Something about The Fashion Awards
red carpet is that the menswear never disappoints. Say what you will about....