Best-known for Little Britain, David Walliams is a household name and extremely popular entertainer who gained enormous fame for his fantastic sporting achievements in aid of Sport Relief. With his eccentric style and ability to leave audiences in stiches, David is ideal for presenting an awards ceremony or facilitating a conference.
David Walliams is one of the UK's most loved tv personalities. Comedian, tv presenter, and children's book author, his quick-witted repartee combined with genuine warmth make him a favourite for any corporate event.
Bursting onto our screens in ‘Little Britain’, which he co-created with Matt Lucas, started on Radio 4 and soon progressed to BBC1 and was a worldwide hit, leading to many catch-phrases being blended into the UK vernacular.
David and Matt followed ‘Little Britain’ with the hugely popular spoof airport documentary series 'Come Fly With Me'.
David has proved himself as a dramatic actor in BBC1's Agatha Christie series 'Partners In Crime', as Frankie Howerd in the biopic ‘Rather You Than Me’ for BBC4, and on the stage in Harold Pinter’s 'No Man’s Land'. He received the Comedy Award at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards for his performance as Bottom in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ directed by Michael Grandage.
Since 2012 David has sat as a judge on the hit ITV show 'Britain's Got Talent' bringing his unique brand of charm to the panel.
As an author, David is one of the most popular writers for children today. His books have been translated into forty-six languages, and he’s sold over eight million worldwide. Several of his books have been adapted for film and TV, with Gangster Granny showing on the prime Boxing Day slot.
David's tireless charity work has gained him several awards, including Pride of Britain Award for The Most Influential Public Figure' after he swum the Channel for Comic Relief. David also swam the Thames, garnering the real support of the public after rescuing a drowning dog along the way!
As an awards host , David is one of the best in the business, getting audiences onside early, and keeping them there