Fatiha El-Ghorri was born on April 18, 1981 in Hackney and is a woman of Moroccan and British descent. She puts her talents at the service of many social and humanitarian causes. She uses “comedy to break down the barriers she has faced as a Muslim and as a woman,” Arab News reported. The Penny Appeal speaks of a woman who “tackles highly controversial topics such as Islamophobia and dating, sharing her own funny, inspiring and honest experiences.”
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In 2020, Fatiha was featured on The Jonathan Ross Show as well as his Comedy Club. She appeared on The Russell Howard Hour where she talked about the hidden benefits of wearing the hijab and her dating experience as a Muslim woman. The 40-year-old has also appeared in British Rationals (2017), The Stand-Up Sketch Show (2019) and Hypothetical (2019).
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Fatiha El-Gorri did not know the happiness of marriage. She has been divorced twice. “I’ve been married, then divorced, then remarried, then divorced again because I don’t learn the first time,” she told The National.