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It looked like Gus Tawse was destined for a life in showbiz as early as 1989, when he won Kirkhill Primary School's primary seven talent contest, doing impressions of such star names as Saint & Greavsie, Alan Wicker and the Grandad from Bread. Unfortunately, he was soon to find that the road to stardom was not an easy one to take - a combination of his voice breaking and having to be in bed by 10 o'clock making it extremely difficult to get gigs.
forward 17 years and the impressions have been replaced by sharp, incisive one-liners
as Gus looks to once again set foot on that road. Described as the 'deadpan master
of mirth' on account of his often straight-faced delivery, the Aberdeen-based
comic excels in well written, carefully crafted gags that have you hanging on
the edge of your seat for his entire set. And a love for writing topical news
jokes coupled with a
is also a matchday football reporter and has covered matches for the Evening Express,
Sunday Mail and Scottish TV.
'An exquisite comedy writer with a wicked sense of humour and superbly witty one-liners.' The Heckler
'An interesting act, certainly one to look out for in the future.' One4Review
defeats Lex Luthor' Daily Planet