Jason Manford

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Jason Manford

All round entertainer, comedian, TV host and opera singer.

Jason Manford is an all round entertainer, comedian, TV host and opera singer.

His first major television appearance was when he was a guest on the Channel 4 panel show, 8 out of 10 cats, presented by Jimmy Carr, he was on Dave Spikey’s team alongside Piers Morgan, and would later go on to replace Dave Spikey as Team Captain in 2007 and continued in the role until 2011.

Since then, Jason has presented Sky Three’s ‘Premier League Allstars Extra Time’, Channel 4’s ‘Tonightly’, performed at the Royal Variety Performance, on ‘Channel 4’s Comedy Gala’, ITV1’s ‘The Comedy Annual 2010’, BBC1’s ‘Would I Lie to You’, become a regular on ITV1’s ‘Odd One In’ with Peter Andre and given his voice to BBC1’s highly acclaimed ‘Walk on the Wild Side’.

Jason Manford has starred in numerous stage musicals in the West End and across the UK such as Sweeney Todd, The Producers, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Guys and Dolls, and Curtains.

Showing that he can act as well as host and do stand up , Jason played Marty in the 2015 BBC Drama Ordinary Lies.

TV Shows include:

Unbeatable
Starstruck
National Lottery Big Jubilee Street Party with Fleur East
First and Last
What Would Your Kid Do?
Comedy Rocks
The One Show
Show Me The Funny
Team captain on the Channel 4 panel show 8 Out of 10 Cats from 2007 until 2010
The Nightly Show
Bigheads
The Money Pit
Sunday Night at the London Palladium
It’s A Funny Old Week
The Olivier Awards 2017/2019
Jason is available for corporate hire, and has worked for many large UK companies, entertaining as well as hosting award ceremonies.

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Please note when booking a Comedian through VLP Events

Audience: At least 90% of the audience to be seated

Stage: A raised area is required. The performance will not take place ‘in the round’

Other: Please note Comedians only very rarely, if ever, perform at weddings (sorry), their main performances are TV, on tour and at corporate events after dinner.

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