Dry. Dead-pan. Hilarious. Comedian Romesh Ranganathan has come a long way since winning the ‘Leicester Mercury New Act Award’. A hit amongst any audience, he has played comedy clubs all over the country, written for numerous shows, and made appearances on the likes of BBC2’s ‘Mock The Week’, BBC1’s ‘Live At The Apollo’, ITV1’s ‘Sunday Night At The Palladium’, and BBC3’s ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’.
If you enjoy dry, dead-pan wit and clever gags, Romesh Ranganathan is an ideal comedian for entertaining audiences on the corporate circuit.
Since his debut in 2010, he has quickly made a name for himself - including a critically acclaimed Edinburgh Festival show, ‘Rom Wasn’t Built In A Day’, which was nominated for the prestigious Edinburgh Fosters Best Show Award in 2014.
This was only a year after his festival debut ‘Rom-Com’ was nominated for the coveted ‘Best Newcomer Award 2013’, as well as him winning the ‘Leicester Mercury New Act Award 2013’.
These achievements culminated in his debut appearance on BBC2’s ‘Mock The Week’, BBC1’s ‘Live At The Apollo’, ITV1’s ‘Sunday Night At The Palladium’, BBC3’s ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’, ‘Edinburgh Comedy Fest Live 2013’, a regular slot on Channel 4’s weekly topical show ‘Stand Up For The Week’, hosting two series of BBC Radio 4 Extra’s ‘Newsjack’ as well as appearances on BBC Radio 4’s ‘News Quiz’ and the long-running and beloved ‘The Now Show’.
He has played comedy clubs all over the country, with his growing profile earning the respect from his peers. As a result, he has written for numerous shows and supported the likes of Seann Walsh, Bill Burr, Paul Chowdhry and one of his comedy heroes Ricky Gervais.
Romesh has also been seen acting in several hit sitcoms including Jo Brand’s ‘Damned’ for Sky Playhouse.