Scotland’s half-man-half-Xbox comic prodigy is currently one of the fastest rising stars of UK comedy. He started doing stand-up aged 16 and appeared on ‘Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow’; ‘8/10 Cats’; ‘Jason Manford’s Comedy Rocks’; ‘Rob Brydon Show’; ‘Comic Relief’s ‘Mock the Week’; ‘Paul O’Grady Show’ as well as starring in his own BBC show ‘The Adventures of Daniel’ and selling out six Edinburgh Fringe seasons in 2008-2013 – all before he started to shave. August 2013 saw his solo Edinburgh Fringe run sell more than 10,000 seats making him one of the biggest comedy tickets at the world’s biggest arts festival. His October 2009 debut in London’s Soho Theatre made him the youngest stand-up ever to perform a solo season in the West End and he regularly performs in Europe an Australia. Winner 2011’s Scottish Variety Award – Best New Comedian.
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