Harry Hill is regarded as one of the finest practitioners of contemporary comedy, Harry Hill’s highly original style of humour has been rewarded with numerous awards, countless nominations and many accolades.
"I was stunned by his genius…. such energy, originality and wit and he leaves you breathless with the many turns his extraordinary mind takes."
The Daily Mail
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After first coming to prominence on TV with three series of the Broadcast Award winning Channel 4 series 'Harry Hill', he has since gone on to become one of comedy’s biggest TV faces. Harry had firmly planted himself in the prime time television schedule with his hit show 'TV Burp' (ITV1) with audiences topping 8 million. The series has won three BAFTA’s in the UK, a special L.A. BAFTA, two British Comedy Awards and the converted Rose d’Or Award at the Montreux International Television Festival. Harry is also the voice behind the successful reinvigoration of ITV1’s 'You’ve Been Framed' series and is one of the few modern comics to have delivered 'An Audience With...' (ITV1). Harry also created the children’s show 'Shark Infested Custard' for CiTV (ITV1).
Harry’s other TV appearances include 'Celebrity Stars in their Eyes' as Morrissey (ITV1), the 'Royal Variety Performance' (BBC One), 'Celebrity Who Wants to be a Millionaire' (ITV1), 'Room 101' (BBC Two) and was honoured with a show on 'This is Your Life'. Across the Atlantic Harry has appeared on the legendary 'Late Show with David Letterman' (CBS) seven times.
The Success of 'Harry Hill’s Whopping Joke Book' (Faber) made him the best selling children’s author of 2008 and was followed by the hugely successful 'Harry Hill's TV Burp Book' (Ebury) in 2009. Other writing credits include:, 'Flight from Deathrow', (Time Warner) and his children’s books 'Further Adventures of the Queen Mum', 'Tim The Tiny Horse' and 'Tim The Tiny Horse At Large' (Faber and Faber). In 2010 Harry released his comedy show business diary 'Livin’ The Dream' (Faber).
"Believe the rave reviews."
The Sunday Times