at THE PEMBROKE CASTLE
150 GLOUCESTER AVENUE, PRIMROSE HILL, LONDON, NW1 8JA
Camden /Primrose Hill /
few mins walk from Camden Market
Nearest tube is Chalk Farm or Camden Town
Award-winning writer /actor
Dan Clark is probably best known for playing the lovable loser Don Danbury on BBC3’s cult hit comedy How Not to Live Your Life, which he also created and wrote. The show was a big success gathering over 1.3 million viewers by the third season. It finished in 2011 with an hour long Christmas Special.
Since then Dan has toured the UK with his critically acclaimed stand-up comedy shows and played countries around the world. In 2012 and 2013 he released a stand-up album and comedy music album respectively.
As an actor Dan has appeared in various TV shows and films but in recent years has turned his attention to writing and directing. Having directed three pilots for television which have all gone to series and two short films, he is now working on two feature film scripts which he is planning to direct by the end of the year.
Dan’s passion for film and television has manifested itself into a popular podcast Screen Talk with Dan Clark: a show where he interviews people from all walks of the industry. It’s regularly in the iTunes Top 5 ‘Film & TV’ podcast charts.
excellent hilarious Award -Winning
A comic with both a distinctive voice and a story you’d like to hear.Steve Bennett, ChortlePretty much the perfect comedy package Bruce Dessau, Beyondthejoke
An engaging performer… her segment was over with everyone wanting more One4Review
Clearly on the cusp of great things Funny Women
**** - The Times**** - The List**** - The Herald**** - ThreeWeeks**** - The Skinny**** - Beyond The Joke**** - Diva Mag**** - Edinburgh Festivals**** - The Wee Review**** - Funny Women**** - Broadway World**** - Fest Mag**** - Theatre Weekly**** - The Arts Desk
Multi -Award winningTV /Film actor and superb political satirist comedian
very funny /highly enjoyable
Inder left the world of therapy and some months later decided to pursue a career in comedy in September 2000, by 2001 he was in the Grand Finals of 'So You Think You're Funny?' and winner of the Ethnic Multicultural Media Award for Best Comedian, beating Meera Syal, Lenny Henry and Three Non-Blondes. Tipped for greatness, Inder is a unique act with a strange style, that's impressing audiences everywhere.'A thorough delight from start to finish' (Time Out)' A belly full of laughs with sharp-shootiong cultural observations...' (Three Weeks)