Alan Carr



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Alan’s unique style of humour and effortless stage presence has made him one of Britain’s most successful and treasured comedians. With sixteen series of Channel 4’s Chatty Man under his belt, Alan has won a multitude of awards including two NTA’s, two RTS Awards and a prestigious BAFTA in 2013.

Alan is always in high demand both as a host and guest right across television, including Interior Design Masters. As well as appearing as a guest judge on Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK, Alan is soon set to host Picture Slam, the Saturday night fast-paced gameshow on BBC One. Another recent TV show highlight saw Alan host The Royal Variety Performance at the Royal Albert Hall. He will also be a judge on the upcoming ITV musical competition series Mamma Mia! I Have a Dream, where he will be on the hunt for the next 2 stars to play Sophie and Sky in the West End production of ABBA-inspired musical Mamma Mia. Alan is also set to be a team captain on the ITV gameshow Password, set to hit your screens later this year.

2023 also saw Alan travel to Sicily with Amanda Holden on their very own Italian Job to renovate and rescue a rundown villa. The series was such a hit that Alan and Amanda are set to renovate another property, set to hit your screens later this year.

Alan can also be seen in his auto-biographical sitcom, Changing Ends (co-written with Simon Carlyle). Based on Alan’s early life growing up as the son of a football manager in Northampton in the 1980’s, the sitcom was a huge hit receiving rave reviews and showed everyone the making of a national treasure.

And for those looking for some escapism, Alan can be heard on his hit podcast Life’s A Beach, which has featured guests such as Louis Theroux, Michael Sheen, Damon Albarn, Michael Palin, Paloma Faith and Katherine Ryan.

Later this year, Alan is also on the road with his much-anticipated tour of Canada and USA with his show Regional Trinket.



‘Sharp, sassy material with pitch perfect comic timing’

The List

‘Joyous stuff that most of us can relate to without it sounding clichéd, and it is delivered effortlessly by a comedian who owns the space he is working in so much, he could put up a flag’

The Independent

‘Bellyachingly funny’

The Sunday Telegraph


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