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Whoever it was who decided that Americans don't have any sense of irony, they forgot to tell Dave Fulton. This wry Seattle wag is positively brimming over with ironic invective. He even fronted an amusing and perceptive report - for Newsnight, no less - begging Brits to celebrate their own heritage, rather than aping American pop culture.
Yet you'd never know from the look of him. With his stringy beard, straggly long hair and rock 'n' roll black leather jacket, Fulton looks more like a refugee from a defunct British heavy metal band than an all-American stand-up... there's a salty flavour to his live club set that you'd scarcely describe as feminist. It's these contradictions that make Fulton so fascinating, and fun to watch, especially when he's riffing with British punters half a world away from home.
Recently he's been seen on the BBC series The Stand Up Show, and Channel 5's The Comedy Store series where he took the roof off the prestigious club with his highly inventive perspective on life. Dave has also presented a feature for Newsnight on American culture to tie in with an exhibition at The Barbican.
delivery and relentless pace" - The List
Dave Fulton has played clubs from San Francisco to New York, and notched
up many TV credits ranging from Half Hour Comedy Hour (MTV), ShowTime
and An Evening At The Improv (A&E) to a cutting-edge US programme
called Comedy Explorers where he was filmed floating down the Grand
Canyon. He's also been seen entertaining crowds as far away as Hong
Kong and Cape Town, South Africa.