Jeremy Hardy is one of the UK's foremost stand-up comedians. His live work has included Just 4 Laughs and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where he won the prestigious Perrier Award in 1998. He is a regular on I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue, and performs his one-man show throughout Britain. His quick, acerbic with makes him ideal for comedy sets, after dinner speeches and awards hosting.
Jeremy Hardy is one of the UK's foremost stand-up comedians. Inbetween performing live, Jeremy writes (books & columns for National Newspapers), is a regular game show panellist and host and is much in demand on the corporate scene, delivering his special brand of acerbic after dinner wit and presenting awards.
He has performed regularly throughout the British Isles on sell out tours. He's a regular panellist and guest on numerous programmes - BBC 2's Loose Talk, Radio 4's Just A Minute, I'm The Queen Of Sheba and I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue. He can also regularly be heard as an essential member of BBC Radio 4's hugely popular The News Quiz team.
Jeremy Hardy's first book When Did You Last See Your Father? was published by Methuen in 1992 and Jeremy Hardy Speaks To The Nation was the product of the Radio 4 show of the same name. In 2004 the radio show was nominated for a prestigious Sony Radio Award for Comedy.
In 1995 Jeremy appeared in and co-wrote Jack And Jeremy's Real Lives with Jack Dee for Channel 4. In 2001 Jeremy was also a team captain alongside Graham Garden on BBC2's critically acclaimed series If I Ruled The World.
He has also been a columnist for The Saturday Guardian and The Evening Standard and is a regular on the corporate circuit for after dinner cabaret and awards presentations.