The former Middlesex Student is competing against 5 other new comedic talents for the honour of this prestigious prize which has been won by notable UK comedians including Lee Mack, Sarah Millican and Russell Howard.
The final, which airs on Sunday 13 August at 6.45 pm on BBC Radio 4, is live from the world renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festive, an event featuring live comedy, theatre and alternative performances.
The winner will take home £1,000 and a 15 minute script commission from BBC Studios. All finalists will be mentored by the BBC Studios comedy team across the year and receive advice, guidance and the chance to write for and appear in slots across the BBC.
Find out more about the festival and BBC Comedy on the BBC Radio 4 Website