- Elizabeth Emma Williams
- Corby Northamptonshire England.
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She was educated at Hitchin Girls' School and St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford. At Oxford in 1987, she worked with (among others) Richard Herring and Stewart Lee in comedy troupes the Seven Raymonds and The Oxford Revue. She used to present The Real Holiday Show on Channel 4. She has since made appearances in TV comedies Goodness Gracious Me, This Morning With Richard Not Judy (again with Lee and Herring), Jonathan Creek alongside Alan Davies and Caroline Quentin, People Like Us (with Chris Langham) and hit BBC comedy The Smoking Room, along with appearing in several of The Mark Steel Lectures, as well as in several plays and radio shows. She was also a movie reviewer on Five's Terry and Gaby Show. In addition to this, she has made several appearances on Big Brother's Little Brother.
Mawkish Kennedy has written for radio, television and the theatre. She provided voices for The Comic Side of 7 Days and is a regular on the BBC Radio 2 comedy That Was Then, This Is Now with Richard Herring. She appeared in the movie Notes on a Scandal and also appears in the Five series Suburban Shootout.
Her first book How To Bring Up Your Parents was published in August 2007. It is loosely based on her weblog. Her second book, The Tent, The Bucket and Me is based on her childhood camping experiences and was published in April 2009. Her first children's book, Wilma Tenderfoot and the Case of the Frozen Hearts was released in July 2009.