£2,500 - £5,000
Type of Entertainment
Speaker - After Dinner Speaker
Corporate Events, Conferences, Company Parties, Award Ceremonies, Celebratory Events
Steve is one of Britain’s most versatile & prolific writers & performers working in all aspects of the media from film & television to radio & theatre. His work is eclectic & diverse and ranges from acting & stand-up to motion capture animation & broadcasting.
Steve began work as an entertainer over 25 years ago on the Northern Working Men’s Club circuit when he was just a teenager. After gaining a degree in Drama & English at the University of Birmingham he became a founder member of the Spitting Image team, providing voices for The Queen Mum, Roy Hattersley, Margaret Thatcher, David Attenborough, Alan Bennett & many more for the next ten years.
In recent times, he has worked as an impressionist on television series such as Alistair McGowan’s Big Impression (as Dame Maggie Smith) & The Impressionable Jon Culshaw (as Ann Widdecombe). He has also ‘guested’ on The Weakest Link & 50 Years of ITV as well as performing his stand-up act on the cult Dan & Dusty Show (ITV1). Steve’s stand-up, cabaret work & after dinner speaking is in constant demand all over the country.
Steve is also an accomplished & much sought after puppeteer in the area of children’s television & film puppetry where he has over 100 shows & titles to his credit, including; Cat’s Eyes, Spooks, Crazy Cottage & Muppets Treasure Island. A recent development of his work in this area is as a ‘performance animator’, working in the field of motion capture animation.
Steve co-wrote with Turan Ali The Ghost of Number Ten & The Nallon Tapes, two BBC comedy series. He has also written the highly acclaimed Props with Mark Eden, a BBC Saturday Playhouse. Other writing includes the play Prizegiving (written with the novelist Tom Holt) plus two documentaries Fame & Oh Yes, I’m the Great Pretender, both of which Steve also presented. In 1989, Steve wrote I, Margaret with Tom Holt, the spoof autobiography of Baroness Thatcher published by Macmillan. For stage, Steve wrote the book for Like Love, a new musical commissioned by the Jermyn Street Theatre. As a Theatre Director he has worked on numerous plays as part of David Edgar’s Playwriting Master’s Degree.
If you’re looking for an after dinner speaker to deliver a unique, highly entertaining & comedy filled speech, you need look no further than leading comedy impressionist Steve Nallon. Well-known from television & radio shows such as Night of a Thousand Faces, Spitting Image, The Jon Culshaw Show, Rory Bremner – Who Else?, Alistair McGowan’s Big Impression, The New Statesman & First Impressions, Steve’s remarkable act uses more than 40 voices to take his audience on a comic tour through ‘The World of the Impressionist’!
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