My favourite TV show: Miranda Hart

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Credit @ GetToTheFront / Miranda Hart comedian, ctress, and writer for TV and Radio

By Louisa Falconer , Aged 12 years old

As well as being a brilliant actress on the show “Call the Midwife”, Miranda Hart is also very well known for her brilliant sense of humour!

On her show “Miranda”, she acts the part of a clumsy, silly woman with an eye out for fun. Miranda is 1.85m tall and is often called “sir” one time too many! She owns her own joke shop with her best friend Stevie.

Miranda that makes the show so funny, however she also has hilarious co-stars! Patricia Hodge plays Miranda’s mother Penny, who is quite mad like Miranda and is often badgering her. She is also known for being quite posh! Her catch phrases are “such fun” and “what I call”. Her best friend and business partner, Stevie, is played by Sarah Hadland. She takes her job very seriously however often has to keep Miranda’s silly ways under control. She does a great impression of Heather Small’s “What have you done today?”

Tilly played by Sally Philips this is one of my favourite characters. In the show, she is very public school and often has a large smile! Miranda is reluctant to be actually that fond of Tilly, so barely anyone knows why she actually spends time with her. Tilly often makes up silly words that are even unexistent, and intervenes a group conversation by saying “Bear with…” as she reads texts and answers phone calls. And on a further note, Gary Preston played by Tom Ellis, as well as having a spot in his heart for Miranda, has also technically been married to a girl from Hong Kong as a favour for a green card! Miranda got cross because he was unable to tell her and thought they should just be friends.

We all hope they will get together because they really love each other. Miranda Hart always puts a smile on my face. I even own series one and two of her show, so when I am feeling low I snuggle down on the sofa and laugh out loud! I definitely love her. What about you?

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