£10,000 - £20,000
Type of Entertainment
Comedian / Presenter & Host - Entertainment / Speaker - After Dinner Speaker
Corporate Events, Private Parties, Conferences, Company Parties, Award Ceremonies, Celebratory Events, Galas/Balls, Launch Events
Team Captain on BBC2’s Mock the Week, Hugh Dennis is also a presenter of Radio 4’s The Now Show & stars in the BBC sitcom Outnumbered.
Star of BBC2’s hit topical panel show Mock the Week & BBC1’s hit sitcom Outnumbered. Hugh Dennis began his performing career in 1985 as one half of double act Punt and Dennis. Regulars at London’s Comedy Store and Jongleurs they soon moved on to Channel 4’s Saturday Live and teamed up with Jasper Carrott to appear on all three series of Carrott Confidential for BBC1.
The Mary Whitehouse Experience followed running for 45 shows on Radio One. During this time it won the Sony Award for Best Comedy before transferring to BBC2 where it achieved instant success and a cult following, enabling them to embark on the national sell-out Milky Milky tour.
They were then given their own Punt & Dennis show on BBC 1. Hugh combined this with being one of the regular voice artists for Spitting Image playing the part of Dr. Piers Crispin in 6 series of My Hero for BBC1 and being a guest presenter for Have I Got News For You.
Hugh is also a regular voice on BBC’s radio network both writing and presenting Radio 4’s award winning comedy The Now Show, Radio 2’s It’s Been a Bad Week and writing The Party Line (starring James Fleet) for Radio 4 and BBC 7.
Most recently Hugh and Steve Punt have toured their live show Stuff And Nonsense around the UK.
As a writer, Hugh’s books include The Mary Whitehouse Experience Encyclopedia and The Punt & Dennis Instant Library. He is also a contributor to the Sunday Telegraph review section and along with Steve Punt and Nick Hancock he wrote Me, You & Him, a six part comedy for ITV.
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