Jojo began her working life while still at 6th form college. Punk Rock happened, and she produced her own fanzine, The Ligger. She interviewed all her heroes, The Clash, Ian Dury, the Sex Pistols, and a million one hit wonders. The fanzine led to paid work for various music papers including Smash Hits, NME, and The Face, culminating in a role as features writer for the London Evening Standard.
After a relatively short time on the Comedy circuit, Channel X approached her and offered her the chance to make Funny Business, the very first comedy chat show. Since then, she’s also appeared on Paramount’s Comedy Blue series, as well as numerous ‘Row TV’ shows, where her opinions are much in demand.
Jo Brand Through The Cakehole (Channel 4)
John Shuttleworth and Friends (Radio 1)
London Evening Standard said "Raunchy comedienne, very, very, funny"
The Independent said "JoJo Smith is a rollicking good stand-up"