Laurence Clark

Laurence Clark is an internationally-acclaimed comedian, presenter, writer and actor who has cerebral palsy. His observational, political stand-up and hidden camera footage demonstrate the endearing naivety and ridiculousness of human behaviour by seeing the world through his eyes with humour and warmth. He’s performed everywhere from the House of Commons to a double-decker bus in Sheffield. His 8 critically-acclaimed solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe have gained him 29 four-star and three five-star reviews.

With television appearances on BBC, ITV and Channel 4, Laurence was the subject of a major BBC1 documentary called 'We Won’t Drop the Baby', shown in March 2012. He was awarded Shortlist magazine’s Funniest New Comedian, for five years wrote a popular blog for BBC Ouch and regularly performs and writes sketches for comedy collective Abnormally Funny People, resident at London’s Soho Theatre.

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    Laurence Clark

Contact details

Delphine Manley
Agent

Beyond Compere
2 Lawrie Park Crescent
London SE26 6HD
United Kingdom

Video

Laurence Clark's Comedy Showreel

Productions

Moments of Instant Regret

Duration: 60 minutes
Number of people on road: n/a
Freight: No freight necessary

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Description

Ever bitten a policeman? Made a waiter cry? Called an esteemed colleague a c**t? Laurence has. Watch him squirm as he attempts to justify these and other despicable deeds!

With TV appearances on BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5, Laurence starred in the BBC1 documentary We Won’t Drop the Baby. He was awarded Shortlist magazine’s Funniest New Comedian and came runner-up in the BBC2Entertain/Amused Moose Laughter Awards 2012.

Press Comments & Testimonials

'Natural wit' Daily Express

'An engaging clown.' The Sunday Times

'…has the whole room in stitches.' Three Weeks

'Clark’s ability to put a light-hearted spin on subject matter ranging from social attitudes towards those with disabilities to the deeply flawed American health system is a testament to his skills as a comedic writer.' The List

'Close to the bone and very funny... makes Chris Morris look lightweight. Dangerously funny.' The Scotsman