"His mind is as sharp as a witch's nose and gags flow from him with the ease and Majesty of the river Nile." Time Out
One Of The UK's Most Successful Comedians.
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Russell Howard is a tour de force of good-feeling comedy. His positive disposition is highly contagious (even in England) and his stories are peppered with salacious comments. He’ll cover the news that doesn’t get reported, wacky family anecdotes and mime out those oh so embarrassing moments.
Russell Howard’s good, really good
Russell Howard’s Good News is BBC Three’s highest ever rated entertainment series, voted Digital Spy’s reader poll for best show and is the most request BBC Three show in iPlayer. Talk about high praise! Russell has also been a regular panellist on Mock the Week; 8 out of 10 cats; would I lie to you?; Live at the Apollo and Never Mind The Buzzcocks; to name a few. So if you want a real expert on how to make people laugh – you’ve come to the right person!
Russell’s Most Embarrassing Moment
Aged 11, he headed on down to a local fairground ride where he spotted a teacup ride. “Ironically, I went on as a joke thinking I was too old and too cool for them. A few older lads decided to jump on and spin the cups really fast and I was sick all over my new LA Raiders jacket. For the next six months I was known as Tea Cup Sick Boy.” Poor ironic Russell.
What people say about Russell Howard
“Tonight’s crowd loves him”
“Trademark feelgood anecdotes about his crazy family plus a leitmotif of mucky humour” Evening standard
“The stories are unique to him, but of a type everyone can identify with. He is truly the People’s Plonker”
Something you didn’t know about Russell
Russell was voted Heat Magazine’s ‘Weird Crush of the Year 2013’