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Tamar joined Boom in 2018, after years of performing as a musical comedian. She loved her time in Amsterdam, performing improv every day, writing stand up for the show Bango and acting in sketches for The Future Is Here. She also enjoyed working in the corporate side of the business – a particular highlight was presenting the Nordic Business Forum with Pep Rosenfeld in 2019. She made friends for a lifetime and met her husband in the audience of a Boom Chicago show. Now she lives in London, where she continues to write and perform. Her show Best life, which she performed in New York during her time at Boom, is still touring in the US and Europe.

Tamar has written five solo comedy shows, of which Get Ugly was nominated for Best Comedy at Fringeworld and Best Life transferred to the SoHo Playhouse in New York. Listen to her catchy, funny story-songs here. Tamar has written for BBC Radio 4’s The Now Show, Sketchtopia and Fresh From the Fringe. She wrote and starred in a web pilot based on her one-woman show Best Life with Fiction Valley (Fremantle) NL, and wrote the book for Club Mex, a coming-of-age musical comedy, co-written with John-Victor and produced by Global Musicals (Six).

Tamar has worked as a main stage cast member at American improv theatre Boom Chicago, where she performed long-form, short-form and musical improv five nights a week. She performs improv in London with the Free Association.

In the corporate world, Tamar leads workshops in public speaking, team building, creating communication and more. She is also an event host. In her free time, she enjoys singing, being horizontal and drinking as much wine as is stereotypically expected of a 32-year-old city woman. Learn more at

Years Active at Boom


Boom Chicago Show Credits

Bango! (2018)

The Future is Here… And it is Slightly Annoying (2019)