Miles Jupp was nominated for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Fringe 2003, for his show "Gentlemen Prefer Brogues". He has been described as "A clever, dead pan, dead funny upper-class bloke, physically reminiscent of Martin Clunes but funnier
his musings are classic" [The Scotsman]. Other awards include winner of Channel 4"s - SO YOU THINK YOU"RE FUNNY 2001 and winner of the Leicester Festival Comedian of The Year Award 2001.
On television Miles recently appeared as a regular on the (BAFTA nominated) LIVE FLOOR SHOW (BBC Scotland - 2 series) and guested on DOES DOUG KNOW (CH4). Other TV includes the hit children"s series BALAMORY (BBC 126 episodes), T in THE PARK (BBC Scotland), CALEDONIAN MACBRAINS (BBC Scotland), YOU MUST BE JOKING (Channel 4), REVOLVER (BBC Choice), WEIRDSVILLE - MILES JUPP INVESTIGATES (BBC Choice Scotland) and BBC NEW COMEDY AWARDS (BBC Choice).
On radio Miles"s credits include ROBIN & WENDY"S WET WEEKEND (BBC Radio 4), FRINGE CUT"S (BBC Radio 4), THE MOTION SHOW (BBC Radio 4), SPANKING NEW (BBC Radio 7), FAMOUS FOR FIVE MINUTES (BBC Scotland), VELVET CABARET (BBC Radio Scotland) and HENS (BBC Radio 4). He also regularly appears in his own slot JUPP"S EYE on the FRED MACAULEY SHOW (BBC Radio Scotland).
He was recently seen on the network series of THE LIVE FLOOR SHOW (BBC 2) and WIFE FOR WILLIAM for Channel 4.
Miles has recently completed a successful run with The Lost and Lonely Rebels and he"s soon to start writing a commissioned comedy series for BBC Radio 4.
"Miles Jupp"s gloriously offensive posh-boy persona makes for an hour"s great entertainment." The Independent 2003
"Landed Gentry to the comedy cognoscenti" Evening News
"Laugh? I nearly dropped my Debretts" Evening Standard 2003