Jayde Pricilla Gail Adams is a British comedian, actress, writer and singer know all about her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Partner, Children and Age
Jayde Adams Biography
|Birth Date ( Birthday )||November 26, 1984|
|Age ( 2022 )||37 Years|
|Birth Place||Bristol, United Kingdom|
|Marital Status||In Relationship|
|Spouse / Partner||Rich Wilson|
|Father||Name not Known|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Last Update||January 2022|
Jayde Pricilla Gail Adams is a British comedian, actress, writer and singer from Bristol.She is the winner of the 2014 Funny Women award and 2016 nominee for Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.
Jayde Adams Parents and Family
Jayde Pricilla Gail Adams was Born on November 26, 1984 in Bedminster, Bristol, England.Adams attended her aunt’s freestyle disco dancing classes with her sister for 13 years.She moved to South Wales at the age of 18 and studied drama, theatre and media at The University of Glamorgan.In Wales, Jayde performed experimental theatre and contemporary dance at the Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff Bay.
Ten years on from her sister Jenna’s tragic death, award-winning comedian Jayde Adams pays tribute to Jenna and to Brain Tumour Support, the charity that helped the family through their grief.Jenna Adams was only 26 when she was diagnosed with a high-grade brain tumour. Jayde, two years younger, was at university at that time and her sister’s diagnosis came out of the blue.Jenna tragically died just two years later, after suffering a massive seizure due to the tumour.
Jayde Adams Husband, Is Jayde Adams Married
Jayde has been in a relationship with Rich Wilson since 2017, however they are not married. Rich is a stand-up comedian, so the two have a shared appreciation of all things amusing. Rich and Jayde have cooperated on a spin-off series of Rich’s popular podcast, Insane in the Fem Brain, as well as on stand-up tours.
Jayde Adams Net Worth
Jayde Pricilla Gail Adams is a British comedian, actress, writer and singer has an estimated Net Worth around $1 Million – $2 Million in 2022.
Jayde Adams Career
Adams started performing stand-up comedy in 2011, following the premature death from an inoperable brain tumour of her sister Jenna, with whom she had danced competitively for 13 years at her aunt’s dance school in Bristol.As a child, Jayde attended several youth theatre groups in Bristol, including Bristol Old Vic Youth Theatre but never formally trained in acting or singing. She moved to Wales in 2004 to study Drama, Theatre and Media at the University of Glamorgan.
On 22 September 2014 she won the main award at the Funny Women Awards at the Leicester Square Theatre. She later hosted the Funny Women Finals 2020 during the pandemic at The Comedy Store in London’s West End. Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic the comedy competition was performed with no audience present.In August 2015 Adams co-hosted Before The Morning After with NBC featuring The Pyjama Men, Gina Yashere and Tom Stade. The segment involved Jayde finishing the show by singing “Offenbach’s Barcarolle” from Life Is Beautiful. In December 2015, she made her TV acting debut in Russell Howard’s A Gert Lush Christmas.
During Edinburgh Fringe 2017, for her second show Jayded, Adams won a further two awards for The Scottish Sun for ‘Best Show’ and ‘Best Female Performer’ and was nominated for The Barry Awards (UK) for ‘Best Performer.’ Jayde collaborated with Jerry Springer The Opera writer, Richard Thomas for a song in the show called “No More Mrs Nice Jayde”. She transferred this show in December 2017 to London’s West End, Soho Theatre with Thomas joining her every night on piano, for the finale.
In January 2020, Jayde hosted a new food show on Netflix and Channel 4 with Heston Blumenthal called Crazy Delicious,which was long-listed for a TV Choice Award in 2020.During August 2020, and because of the pandemic; Jayde Adams hosted and organised 3 comedy shows with Al Murray at The Clapham Grand for a charity benefit titled ‘Save Live Comedy’. The show was named after a hashtag that went viral in July 2020 when The Live Comedy Association found that 77.8% of live comedy venues across the UK are currently fearful of having to shut down within the next year, in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic and lockdown measures.
Adams appeared in Richard Osman’s House of Games, alongside Scott Mills, Rufus Hound and Josie D’Arby.In April 2020, Adams appeared in the pilot of Alma’s Not Normal before appearing in the full series that was aired between September and October 2021.