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Joy joined the National Youth Theatre as an actress at the age of 16, and later took a degree in theatre studies.
She worked as a professional dancer and model until 2000, travelling the world with clubs such as The Ministry of Sound and Carwash, before deciding to concentrate solely on her comedy and presenting career.
In 2004, she was nominated for the Emma award for best comedian.
Tuesday 8th May, '07-
Where can you see Joy next? PC world Orpington trying to sell Kodak printers.
Saw Joy last night and it was cringeworthy, and she had the audacity to try and say that the audience were being racist. In my eyes it makes no difference what your ethnic origin is, the fact was she was simply not funny!
Joy makes for a classy evening... she has style.
Joy is different from the vast number of boring male comics talking about their sex lives. Fresh, bubbly and above all funny.
The mic stand had more talent.
Very natural very funny! keep up the good work
I have seen Joy Carter on many occasions and she has never failed to live up to her reputation as being an incredibly dire comedian. When she performs she looks at the audience as if her jokes (well, boring diatribes) have made the audience laugh, which proves that she has no idea of the pain she is putting them through. I know many small promoters that wouldn't dream of giving her an unpaid tryout spot never mind signing her up and giving her paid work that should go to hard working "funny comedians". I feel the need to put those two words in inverted commas due to the fact that she is neither. Please do us all a favour and pack it in. My ears canít take it any more.
I agree with all the positive people - Joy is joy and the less attention she pays to reviews like this the better.