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Aisling Bea (Aisling Cliodhnadh O'Sullivan) was born on 16 March, 1984 in Kildare, Ireland, is an Actress, writer, comedian. At 36 years old, Aisling Bea height not available right now. We will update Aisling Bea's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Aisling Cliodhnadh O'Sullivan
Occupation Actress, writer, comedian
Age 36 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 16 March 1984
Birthday 16 March
Birthplace Kildare, Ireland
Nationality Ireland

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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Aisling Bea worth at the age of 36 years old? Aisling Bea’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from Ireland. We have estimated Aisling Bea's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2020, Bea appeared in Quiz, a programme portraying the true story of how Charles Ingram and his wife Diana cheated the Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? system.


In August 2018, Bea was cast to co-star with Paul Rudd in Netflix's comedy series Living with Yourself. The series premiered on 18 October 2019.

In 2019, Bea wrote This Way Up, in which she starred as teacher Aine. It was produced by Sharon Horgan, who plays her older sister. The series premiered on Channel 4 on 8 August 2019.


In 2018, Bea co-starred with Amy Huberman on her Irish television series Finding Joy. Since 2019, she has starred on the Netflix comedy drama series Living with Yourself and the Channel 4 comedy series This Way Up, on which she is also head writer.

Bea was a vocal supporter of the Repeal the 8th campaign in the successful 2018 Irish referendum to introduce legal abortion in the Republic of Ireland, including her contribution of an essay to Una Mullally's Repeal the 8th a month before the vote. She previously campaigned for same-sex marriage legislation in the successful 2015 Irish referendum.


Since 2016, Bea has been a team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats, having previously been a guest on the show in 2013 and 2014. She has made guest appearances on many other panel shows, including:


Bea has continued to act in television sitcoms including Trollied (2014–2015) and The Delivery Man (2015), and the crime dramas The Fall (2016) and Hard Sun (2018). In 2018, she and Sara Pascoe began to co-host the BBC Radio 2 comedy chat show What's Normal? She recorded a 15-minute stand-up special that was aired on Netflix in late 2018.


After drama school, Bea spent two years trying to get work in theatre as a dramatic actress. Instead, she was cast mainly in comedic television series including Cardinal Burns and Dead Boss (both 2012). While filming Dead Boss in 2011, Bea decided to try stand-up comedy. In 2012, she won The Gilded Balloon So You Think You're Funny award at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and, in 2013, was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for her show C'est La Bea.

The exposure brought by these awards marked a "turning point" in Bea's career and she began to appear as a regular guest on panel shows including QI and Insert Name Here. Bea and Yasmine Akram co-wrote and co-hosted the BBC Radio 4 comedy folklore series Micks and Legends (2012, 2015); it was nominated for a Chortle Award in 2013. Bea won the 2014 British Comedy Award for Best Female TV Comic and returned to Edinburgh in 2015 with the live show Plan Bea. In 2016, she became a team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats and was a cast member on Taskmaster in 2017.


After appearing in bit parts in several Irish and British television series from 2009, Bea began her career as a stand-up comedian in 2011. By 2012, she was regularly appearing on sketch comedy shows and sitcoms. After winning an award at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards, she began to be booked regularly for various panel shows, where she has become a fixture. From 2016 to 2017, she was a team captain on 8 Out of 10 Cats, and is a frequent contestant on the spinoff 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown.


Aisling Cliodhnadh O'Sullivan (born 16 March 1984), better known as Aisling Bea /ˈ æ ʃ l ɪ ŋ ˈ b iː / , is an Irish actress, writer, and comedian.

Aisling Clíodhnadh O'Sullivan was born in Kildare town, County Kildare on 16 March 1984. Her father, Brian, was an equine veterinarian who took his own life when Bea was three years old, though she was not told how he died until she was 13. She adopted the stage name "Bea" as a tribute to her father, and wrote an article for The Guardian in 2017 about her family's experience of suicide. Bea and her younger sister, Sinéad, were raised by their mother, Helen (née Moloney), a secondary school teacher, jockey trainer, and former professional jockey. Her family were "obsessed" with horses and race meetings. In her youth, Bea worked as a tour guide at the Irish National Stud; however, she knew from a young age that she was not interested in the racing industry "as a career" and instead loved performing.