"By day he is a semi-serious novelist, by night a gangly Pythonesque performer. Catch him before real fame comes knocking." Evening Standard
"Sublime talent and glorious wit" - The Scotsman
"The comedic Iron Man" - New York Times
"A scholar, a gentleman and a brilliant stand-up" - Evening Standard
Writing credits include:
Bullet Points published in hardback by Chatto+Windus February 2004.
Vintage paperback to follow in 2005, and second novel late 2005.
Currently writing screenplay of Bullet Points for Ugly Duckling Films
Comedy drama, Overtime, in development for Radio 4, pilot episode recorded September 2004.
Sitcom, The Love Lives of Christians, in development for BBC1 with Hat Trick Productions.
Co-directed and was among the writers of Cambridge Footlights National Tour Show 2003.
One of the principle writers and performers of Far Too Happy, the Cambridge Footlights National Tour show, which was nominated for Perrier Best Newcomer at the Edinburgh Fringe 2001.
Wrote, directed & acted in Tales Of The Predictable at Edinburgh Fringe 2000.
Stand up credits include:
Mark Watson"s overambitious 24-Hour Show at Edinburgh Fringe 2004, the longest solo stand-up show in history: "one of the defining moments of fringe comedy... sure to become a cultural legend," The Scotsman; "a one-man comedic miracle" Three Weeks. Winner, Hairline Award, Tap Water Award and Spirit Of The Fringe Award.
Stereocomics, with Rhod Gilbert, performed at Edinburgh Fringe 2004.
Regular compere at Up The Creek, Greenwich.
Guest appearances in Australian and Montreal comedy festivals.
Co-performed with Tim Key, A Few Idiots Who Spoil It For Everyone Else, Canal Café. Now adapted for radio with Talkback.
Performing stand-up nationwide including regular slots at top London clubs including Comedy Café, Comedy Store, Up The Creek, Bearcat, Covent Garden Comedy Club and Amused Moose.
Winner, Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award 2002.
Finalist, So You Think Youre Funny? 2002.
Finalist, Amused Moose London Talent Quest. 2002
Television credits include:
Contributor to The Ultimate Movie Chart for Channel 4.
Worked extensively with Hat Trick and other production companies on projects for BBC, Channel 4 as well as Comedy Lab.
Appeared as an extra in a number of American & Canadian sitcoms while living in Toronto, including three episodes of the US version of Queer As Folk.