Anoushka Nara Giltsoff is a very popular celebrity family. She is best known as the wife of Sean Lock. Moreover, Sean was an English comedian and actor. He began his comedy career as a comedian and in 2000 won the British Comedy Award, in the category of Best Live Comic, and was nominated for the Perrier Comedy Award. He was a team captain on the Channel 4 comedy panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats from 2005 to 2015, and on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown from 2012 until his death in 2021.
Who is Anoushka Nara Giltsoff?
Anoushka Nara Giltsoff is a British citizen.
She holds English nationality.
She belongs to mixed ethnicity.
Anoushka Nara Giltsoff Wiki/Biography
|Real Name||Anoushka Nara Giltsoff|
|Age||31 years old (As of 2021)|
|Birthdate||March 15, 1989|
|Height||5 feet 4 inches|
|Bra Cup Size||33 EE|
|Net Worth||$2.4 million, as of 2021|
Anoushka Nara Giltsoff Husband
Lock and his wife, Anoushka Nara Giltsoff, had two daughters, born in 2004 and 2006, and a son born in 2009. The family lived in the Muswell Hill area of London.
Lock was diagnosed with skin cancer in 1990, attributing the condition to overexposure to the sun while working as a builder in the early 1980s.
After seeing his doctor, he was referred to a dermatologist at Guy’s Hospital, London, and made a full recovery. In May 2012, he gave his support to a Sun Awareness event at the hospital.
Lock was a supporter of Chelsea F.C. and was an active supporter of the Muswell Hill soup kitchen. In December 2020, Lock made a video to help raise funds for Edible London, a charity that aimed to provide ingredients for a million meals to help those struggling in lockdown.
In the clip, he quipped, “I’m Sean Lock. You may know me as that bloke off the telly whose name you can’t remember.”
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Anoushka Nara Giltsoff‘s husband, Lock was known for his surreal style, deadpan delivery, and dry humour.
The Guardian stated that he was “celebrated for his carefully crafted surreal content and imaginative observational wit”.
Lock stated that comedy is not always easy, saying: “The real secret … is every day spending tedious hours straining over a blank sheet of paper trying to think of something funny. Some days I’d rather try and lay an egg.”
Ed Power of The Daily Telegraph described his persona as “studiedly obtuse”.
He said Lock’s topics included political correctness, “existential woe”, and the difficulties of being a football supporter which gave him “irresistible everyman quality”.
Power described him as “a Samuel Beckett trapped inside a Tommy Cooper punchline.”
Power also suggested that his persona was so convincing because it matched what he was like off-stage.
Fellow comedian Harry Hill said, “People are tempted to pigeonhole him as dark or surreal but he was more than that. He had a playful side; a wide-eyed wonder at the world”.