Leela Bunce

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Leela Bunce
Born Leela Bunce
(1980-12-17) 17 December 1980 (age 34)
Petts Wood, London, United Kingdom
Occupation Laughter Consultant, TV Personality
Years active 2005-present

Leela Bunce is director of ShineTime and a regular on the chatshow and radio circuit. She is a trained Laughter Yoga facilitator and member of the Laughter Network. Her background is in drama, dance, counselling, meditation, teaching and clowning.


Born in Petts Wood, London, Leela completed her A-level studies at Newstead Wood School for Girls. She became a Laughter Yoga facilitator after suffering back problems for many years. Leela is now a TV & Radio personality, appearing on ITV's This Morning & Loose Women,[1] Chris Evans’ Drivetime Show on Radio 2,[2] BBC1's The Science of the Young Ones,[3] BBC2's Frank Skinner's Opinionated and comedian Rob Rouse's forthcoming TV show Rob's Odd Jobs, and acting as laughter consultant on Spine TV's Mystro Investigates and Skate Nation for CBBC.[4]

Leela is also an experienced clown who has appeared in many shows in London, around the UK and in Italy. She is currently working on her first solo clown show entitled Waiting For Stanley.


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