"A wonderful disgrace of a human being" Daniel Kitson
And Also The Father Of Triplets
Want To Hire Ben Norris?
Apart from being the cousin of Martin Freeman, Ben Norris is a well-established and rather brilliant ‘Stand-up Comedian’. In fact, he is one of a handful of comedians that have been headlining venues for more than two decades. We think the term, ‘Circuit Legend’ is a good way to describe Norris. If you’ve ever been lucky to see Ben Norris perform live, you will know that he rarely leaves the stage without leaving it torn to shreds in his wake. When you book Ben Norris you can expect a pair of very safe hands – and if you don’t believe us, ask his triplets. Or maybe not. Because that would be a bit weird. Let’s just say, this man can deal with any crowd, any situation, and nail it every time.
Ben on TV
Ben Norris has appeared on a range of different television shows, such as Mock The Week and Never Mind The Buzzcocks. For the 7th series of Mock The Week he was drafted on to the show as the warm-up man and had to stand in for Frankie Boyle (who became ill moments before filming started).
Saracastic? Me? Never!
Norris’ style of performance consists of sharp liners and natural humour, not forgetting his wonderful portrayals of the London Cockney geezers. At first glance, you might think Norris is a bit laddish, but don’t be fooled: beneath his boyish exterior lies a middle class man about town, with something of a superiority complex. With his deft strokes of sarcasm and a bag of clever tricks up his sleeve, the wonderful Ben Norris is the London circuit’s best kept secret.
“A cast iron guaranteed headliner” – Londonisfunny.com
“Killer gags” – The Scotsman
“Recently seen supporting Ed Byrne on his national tour. Ben’s TV credits include “Never Mind The Buzzcocks”, “They Think It’s All Over” and “Mock The Week”