Rosie Jones is a British comedian, actor and writer. She shares what it was like coming out after achieving fame with her comedy, and discusses why representation of people with disabilities is vital for a better world.
In the final episode of Season 2, British comedian and writer Rosie Jones shares what it was like coming out as a lesbian after achieving fame with her comedy, and discusses why representation of people with disabilities is so vital for a better world.
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This podcast is hosted by Rosie Pentreath.
Rosie Pentreath is the founder and host of OUTcast Podcast. Rosie is a writer and content producer who’s written for Fearne Cotton's Happy Place App, Classic FM, MasterChef Australia, Gogglebox Australia, The X Factor Australia, BBC Music Magazine, Reader's Digest, Grazia, Cosmopolitan, Homes & Antiques and more.View episodes
Rosie Jones is a British comedian, actor and writer who uses her platform to campaign for the rights of disabled people. She discusses coming out as lesbian.View episodes
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