Comedian, actor and writer Gareth Berliner has firmly established himself as an accomplished comic performer. He has been performing stand-up in the UK and Internationally since blagging his first 5 minutes at Up The Creek in Greenwich.
In 2014 he landed his first professional acting role in ITV's Coronation Street playing Macca, AKA Cormac Hibbs. He went on to gain roles in Dr Who, Eastenders and The Bastard Executioner.
With regular appearances at comedy clubs across the UK, working for major agencies and promoters Gareth Berliner is a very funny reliable, hardworking and professional act to deal with.
His warm cheeky personality and high energy mark him out as an ideal Compere, Stand-up or Presenter for a comedy club, radio, t.v or corporate event.
"The lovely Gareth Berliner" Time-Out
"Gareth Berliner saved the night." Bruce Dessau / Evening Standard
"Berliner is a natural storyteller with more soul than 100 other comedians." Metro Edinburgh
"Gareth Berliner...Worth looking out for." Evening Standard-Bruce Dessau
"He"s cheaper than Prozac and, by the end of the show, you feel that you"ve made a new friend." Helen Razer / The Age Melbourne
"Gutless, takes its audience from sympathy to tears and then on to loud laughter...harrowing, yet hilarious, show ." Ian Aitch / The Telegraph
"GARETH Berliner is an engaging guy... handles the klaxon-blowing motorist outside the door of the venue brilliantly" Kate Copstick / The Scotsman
Festivals : Endorse It In Dorset Festival, Cornbury Music Festival, Limmud Festival, The Big Chill, Melbourne Comedy Festival, Adalaide Fringe Festival (Rhino Room Late Show), Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Phatcave, Spank, Phatspank, Paul Provensa"s Talk of the Fest) , Whitstable Comedy Festival
Corporates: London Disabled Lawyers Group, Motorbility, London Jewish Youth and Community Centre, Liberal Democrats Party Conference, Conservative Party Conference, Exeter University, Bath University, University College of London, London Institute of Actuaries, Turnpike Press Ltd, Limmud Fest,
TV Credits: What Can Science Do For Me (Presenter), Coronation Street, Dr Who, Eastenders, The Bastard Executioner
Writing Credits: Disability Now Magazine, Transport Angency Disability Training Film,
Radio Credits: SW1 Internet Radio (DJ and Host of regular slow)