Muriel (Janine Harouni, Meg Salter and Sally O’Leary) are multi award-winning actresses and comedy performers based in London.
They are winners of both the 2017 So You Think You're Funny sketch competition and the 2017 Leicester Square Sketch-Off.
They created a number of viral sketches which have amassed millions of views and been featured in dozens of publications including Evening Standard, ITV News, Time Out, and Daily Mail among others. Their most recent viral videos were made in collaboration with BBC Three and remain some of BBC Three's most viewed and engaged with sketches to date.
Their critically-acclaimed debut show Bad Master premiered at the Underbelly in the Edinburgh Fringe to a sell out run. It then transferred to London's Soho Theatre where it sold out two consecutive runs with extra dates added.
Janine Harouni (The American One)
Hails from New York. She is the 2018 winner of the Laughing Horse New Act of the Year Award. She was also a nominee for the BBC New Comedy Award 2017 and a finalist in the Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year 2017. As an actress, she made her professional debut as leading lady Julia in the smash hit 1984 (West End/Headlong). This January she made her feature film debut as Jeanne de Caillavet in Colette opposite Keira Knightley. She can also be seen as a lead in the sketch series Modern Horror Stories (Comedy Central). Other credits include Very Valentine (Lifetime/Sony Pictures), Bucket (BBC4), Patrick Melrose (Sky Atlantic/Showtime) and a number of upcoming sketches for Red Nose Day (Comic Relief/Comedy Central). She is also a voice over actress and can be heard in video games like Star Wars Battlefront, Need for Speed, and The Surge. www.janineharouni.com
Sally O'Leary (The Irish One)
Born and bred in Cork, Sally was recently seen playing Emma in the Irish comedy series Nowhere Fast (RTE), and has been featured in adverts as far ranging as NatWest Contactless Payment to Apple Pay Contactless Payment. She is also one-half of music comedy duo Stiff and Kitsch, (winners of the 2018 Musical Comedy Awards and the 2017 Vault Comedy Award). Their 5 star show Adele is Younger Than Us (directed by Janine) has sold out venues across the UK and Ireland including a run at the Soho Theatre this past June. Stiff and Kitsch were also featured in Kinder Bueno's 'Adulting' campaign where they can be seen rapping, yes... rapping.
Meg Salter (The English One)
Is from Essex, but don't tell anyone. After graduating from LAMDA she landed a role in Brian Percival's BBC One drama A Song For Jenny opposite Emily Watson. Other credits include The Headhunter (October Films), Oedipus (The Almeida), Downton Abbey (ITV), and a number of comedic viral adverts produced by RoughCut. Meg is also a filmmaker, and winner of both the First Light Award in association with BAFTA and the Film Nation Award in association with the Cultural Olympiad. She is currently writing a TV drama series.