Jack Whitehall - King of Modern Comedy
Famed for his roles in hit comedies such as Fresh Meat and Bad
Education, this cheeky funnyman has also carved out a distinguished stand-up career in recent years. A multiple winner
of the 'People's Choice' gong at the British Comedy Awards, his razor-sharp wit and endless supply of near-the-knuckle anecdotes
have propelled him to some of the country's biggest venues.
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Jack Whitehall Biography - Lapping Up the Limelight
joker has made no secret of his privileged schooling, which saw him rubbing shoulders with the likes of Kate Middleton and
Robert Pattinson - in fact, he often beats others to the punch with a witty one-liner about his past. Born into a showbiz
family - his dad Michael is a top agent - he secured acting roles from a young age, eventually quitting university to pursue
a stand-up career. His big break came when he scored a presenting role on a Big Brother spin-off programme, which catapulted
him onto panel shows such as Mock the Week, Would I Lie to You and Never Mind the Buzzcocks. Meanwhile,
his profile went supernova in 2011 when he starred as posh student JP in Channel 4 comedy-drama Fresh Meat, a role
which won him wide critical acclaim and numerous awards. This then led to the commissioning of BBC comedy Bad Education,
in which he writes and stars, and voiceover work in hit Disney movie Frozen.
However, despite his burgeoning
film and TV profile, stand-up remains Whitehall's first love - and 2014 brings his biggest arena dates yet. Grab your Jack
Whitehall tickets now at StubHub UK and experience his unique brand of humour in the flesh.
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