Amy Lamé Fat flowery feminist floosie spouting leftwing nonsense on stage, TV, radio and in print, Morrissey fanatic, former Mayoress of Camden

Amy Lamé is a performer, writer, presenter, and producer.

She made her stage debut in her first one woman show, Gay Man Trapped in a Lesbian’s Body, and co-founded the Olivier award winning performance collective and cult clubnight Duckie. She went on to write and perform two more acclaimed stage shows, Cum Manifesto and Amy Lamé's Mama Cass Family Singers. She invented, produced and hosted The World’s First Lesbian Beauty Contest, was twice a contestant in the legendary Alternative Miss World, and had a successful and varied career as a model.

Amy's first TV presenting job was on the seminal BBC2 show, Gaytime TV, for 3 series, went on to create and host her own panel gameshow, The Staying In Show for C4. She has survived two prime time ITV reality
shows (Celebrity Fit Club and CelebAir), was a regular presenter on Loose Women, mentored LGBTQ teenagers on C4’s My Big Gay Prom, and appears as a culture and current affairs commentator on programmes including BBC Breakfast News, Daily Politics, BBC's Sunday Morning Live and Sky News.

Her print features on culture, travel and food have appeared in publications including Woman’s Own, The Observer, The Independent on Sunday and The Times.
Amy presents the afternoon show on BBC London 94.9fm alongside the legendary broadcaster Danny Baker, a role she has enjoyed for nearly 10 years. She appears regularly on a variety of BBC radio stations.

Amy is currently developing her new one woman show, Unhappy Birthday, about her undying obsession for Morrissey and The Smiths.