I grew up in the comfortable paradise of Rockhampton near Bristol, but moved to big bad London when I was 19 to find fame and fortune. Only to find out they were both too expensive so soon after I began stand up comedy!
My first Gig was in Los Angeles while I was there visiting a friend. My theory was that shame can’t swim so it wouldn’t follow me home. And I was correct! It didn’t. Although an addiction to standing up on a lonely plinth nightly making people chuckle did. I carried on when I returned and haven’t stopped since.
Since then I have got into the English Comedian of the Year finals, Won Stand up and Coming New act of the year 2008, won the Comedy Cafe New Competition 5 times and Gigged as far away as Holland and Reykjavik.
This year I started Co presenting the Paul Foot Radio show and Podcast on Resonance FM, and BBCs Sunseekers as well as having comedy roles on E4s SKINS and ITVs Teenage Kicks.
I tend to gig a lot, usually around 9 a week to keep me from feeling lazy and lonely. I surprisingly still love it, i’m waiting for the bitterness and anger to set in but so far nothing. If you want to come see me have a look at my list of gigs and come alone-um I mean along. sorry.
Stories are told in such a compelling way, the audience is totally sucked in **** British Comedy Guide
‘Manically funny act’ **** ThreeWeeks