Kosha has been a professional actress and voice artist for 20 years. Her first foray into improv was in the group Erasable Inc. back at the University of Maryland, USA many moons ago. She joined LiveWired in 2019, having trained at the London Improv Theatre. Latest acting work includes The Batman (Warner Bros), Industry (HBO), Victoria (ITV), Very Valentine (Sony/Lifetime) Hamlet (Park Theatre), Furiki Wheels (Disney cartoon series), Horizon Forbidden West (game) and voicing Maybelline UK TV commercials. She is a 2021 One Voice Awards Winner for Best Female Performance in Gaming for The Suicide of Rachel Foster. Kosha is a trained singer and loves to perform country, blues and jazz around town. She also writes, most recently a feature script set on the last unclimbed route up Mount Everest.
Favourite improv game: It’s a toss up between the Alphabet Game and Three Excuses. The struggle is joyous.
Most memorable moment on stage:
The night my parents and future husband came to see me in a play where I and another actor had to be fully nude and frolic together.
One more thing:
I won all the limbo contests in school.