‘Laidback, on-the-nose material, chopping down fools of all colours, both in day-to-day life and in the media’ – The Guardian
Former Chortle Student Comedian of the Year as seen on Live At The Apollo, Mock The Week, Soccer AM, Russell Howard’s Good News, Comedy Cuts and his own sketch show on Comedy Central (which earned him a Hotshot award from Broadcast magazine for his writing). All this plus a 6 part Radio 4 show Can’t Tell Me Nothing. He’s instantly amenable, charismatic and an incredibly slick performer with a natural stage presence.
Runner-up in Britain’s Got Talent in 2013, described as ‘a revelation‘ by Daily Telegraph and ‘comedy genius’ by David Walliams. As seen on Sunday Night At The Palladium, Trollied, Big School, The One Show, 4 O’Clock Club and numerous others. Jack became an overnight stand-up sensation after reaching the final of Britain’s Got Talent. His first audition on the ITV show has received over 12 million views on YouTube so far. Jack, whose cerebral palsy is often the subject of his act, was awarded a Pride of Britain Award in 2012 in the “Teenager of Courage” category.
He opened for Jason Manford at three of his tour shows in 2010 as well as performing with him in 2013, opening Jason’s tour show First World Problems at London’s Hammersmith Apollo. Jack has performed at various clubs and live events across the country, cementing his place on the national comedy circuit.
‘A softly spoken giant with a Superman kiss-curl, he has an insightful take on the tribulations of life as a would-be modern man’ – Comedy Review
‘Wonderful… rib-tickling’ – Leeds Guide
His comedy is self deprecating, presented confidently and warmly with unexpected turns of phrase. He has developed into a sought after act all over the UK. Comedy Cellar Best Yorkshire Act runner-up 2011.