|Occupation||Comedian, actress, television presenter|
Life and career
Lee went on to land a presenting job alongside Simon Amstell on Channel 4's T4. She later appeared on a comedy show called Balls of Steel where she, among other pranks, interviewed celebrities with a penis shaped microphone. After gaining success she was given her own show on Channel 4 called Naughty Bits, and appeared doing hidden camera pranks on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Currently she has her own hidden camera show called Dirty Sexy Funny, which originally piloted on Channel 4 in 2008. It was commissioned by Comedy Central and began airing in March 2010. Lee was also the host of Fox Reality Channel game show, Battle of the Bods before Fox Reality's dissolution ended its run.
On early January 2012, it was announced that she will be joining the cast of Balls of Steel Australia for its second series. Her act in the show is "Prank TV OZ" where she pranks various members of the public while taking on different personas similar to her hidden camera show Dirty Sexy Funny.
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- Olivia Lee shows off her Naughty Bits in a new Channel 4 showThe Jewish Chronicle, Candice Krieger, 21 August 2008
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- Interview with Olivia Lee host of Fox Realitys Battle of the Bods
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