Ross Noble


Ross Noble

Geordie stand-up Ross has been performing since the age of 15 when he was smuggled into his local comedy club and since then he has never looked back.
Ross has become known as a truly exciting and genuinely original performer and has received huge critical acclaim. He is a former Time Out Award winner for Best Live Stand-Up, Barry Award winner (Australia), Perrier Award nominee, and has a shedload of other prestigious awards and nominations.

Avoiding the obvious TV route Ross built up a large and loyal following through constant touring and word of mouth – he soon was the best-selling show at both the Edinburgh Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

He has performed 15 solo tours taking his show round the world including 4 West End runs: Laser Boy, Chickenmaster, Slackers’ Playtime, Sonic Waffle, Unrealtime, Noodlemeister, Randomist, Fizzy Logic, Nobleism, Headspace Cowboy, Things, Nonsensory Overload, Mindblender, Tangentleman, Brain Dump.

Most of these have shows have been filmed and feature on his 11 DVDs and YouTube channel.

Noble’s stand up tours provided the bases for the TV series ‘Ross Nobles Australian Trip’ (channel 5 UK) Network 10 Australia. Two series of ‘Ross Noble Goes Global’ and ‘Ross Noble ON’ were broadcast on Radio 4.

Two series of Ross’ Twitter-powered comedy series ‘Freewheeling’ were broadcast on Dave (UKTV) which saw Ross create the show based entirely on tweets from his followers.

Ross has also appeared on shows including live at the Apollo, QI, Just a Minute, I’m sorry I haven’t a clue and has made 19 guest appearances on ‘Have I Got News for You’.

His acting work includes: Franz Lebkind in Mel Brooks’ The Producers (UK Tour 2014) Writer/star in The Comic strip: The Hunt for Tony Blair (Channel 4), It’s a Date ABC Australia), Writer/Director/Star of The Catchment for Sky, ‘Stitches’ the undead killer clown in the cult horror comedy Stitches and Trevor in the hospital horror movie Nails (Fantastic Films).

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