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Ariane Sherine was born on 3 July, 1980 in London, United Kingdom, is a Comedy writer, journalist. At 40 years old, Ariane Sherine height not available right now. We will update Ariane Sherine's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Comedy writer, journalist
Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 3 July 1980
Birthday 3 July
Birthplace London, United Kingdom
Nationality English

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In April 2019, it was announced that she had signed [5] a further book deal with Robinson for two popular science titles - How To Live To 100, examining the evidence for the benefits of lifestyle changes on increased longevity; and Happier, exploring factors which affect personal happiness and wellbeing.


In October 2018, her self-help book Talk Yourself Better: A Confused Person's Guide to Therapy, Counselling and Self-Help was published by Robinson (Little, Brown) in the UK. It was featured in a double-page spread on Sherine in The Times and Sherine was a featured guest on BBC Radio 4's Loose Ends.


In 2016, Sherine went back to the stand-up circuit. Her song Love Song for Jeremy Corbyn was featured in the London Evening Standard Her weekly email Adventures of a Stand-Up Comic is serialised on the UK’s leading comedy website, Chortle.


Sherine returned to writing for The Guardian at the end of 2013. In 2014, her comedy pop group The Lovely Electric released their debut album. Sherine wrote, performed and co-produced all the tracks. The album received good reviews, and an average of 4.7 stars out of 5 on Amazon.

In December 2013, Sherine launched a new campaign in The Guardian called Give Just One Thing, linked to a free e-book she had written called Give: How to Be Happy, available from the website The campaign encouraged people to do just one of ten practical actions to improve the world, from signing the Organ Donor register to organising a charity initiative. As part of the campaign, Sherine sold 50% of her possessions in aid of the humanitarian charity Medecins Sans Frontieres.


In 2010, Sherine suffered a major nervous breakdown which she attributed to being violently attacked by a boyfriend while pregnant in 2005, as well as having had a violent childhood. She was diagnosed with generalised anxiety disorder, paranoia and obsessive-compulsive disorder, for which she is on medication. As a result of her breakdown, she did not write for over three years.


Sherine started the Atheist Bus Campaign in response to an evangelical Christian bus advertisement which gave the URL of a website "telling non-Christians they would spend 'all eternity in torment in hell', burning in 'a lake of fire'". She was brought up Christian, although her late father is currently a Unitarian Universalist, while her mother's side of the family are Parsi Zoroastrians (both parents are non-practising). In 2009, Sherine was nominated for Secularist of the Year 2009 (The Irwin Prize), a title awarded by the National Secular Society.

In January 2009, Sherine gave a non-religious equivalent of Thought for the Day on Radio 4's iPM programme. She spoke about accepting the beliefs of others as long as they are expressed peacefully, and how the freedom to hold them is more important than the beliefs themselves. Sherine's broadcast follows a similar one made by Richard Dawkins in 2002. Thought for the Day continues to be reserved for religious speakers in its usual slot on Radio 4's Today Programme, on weekday mornings.

In late 2009, Sherine announced that she was ceasing atheist campaigning and returning to journalism and writing a novel. She remains a distinguished supporter of Humanists UK.

In October 2009 the first atheist charity book, The Atheist's Guide to Christmas was released, which Sherine had been editing for the prior six months. The full advance and royalties from the book were donated to the UK HIV charity, Terrence Higgins Trust.


She then wrote comedy for British TV shows including the BBC sitcoms My Family and Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps, and links for the Channel 4 quiz show Countdown after appearing on the show in 2003. In addition, Sherine wrote episodes of several CBBC and CITV shows, including The Story of Tracy Beaker, The New Worst Witch and Space Pirates, before returning to journalism in early 2008.


She started in journalism aged 21, reviewing albums for NME, before coming runner-up in the BBC Talent New Sitcom Writers' Award 2002. She also did six months on the stand-up comedy circuit in 2003, reaching the Final of the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year.


Ariane Sherine (born 3 July 1980) is a British musical stand-up comedian, comedy writer and journalist. She created the Atheist Bus Campaign, which ran in 13 countries during January 2009.