Since 2003 Phil has been winning over audiences up and down Britain with his laid back style, natural likeable charm and stylish delivery. Performing in comedy clubs, bars, restaurants, theatres, on TV and even live on radio, Phil has since travel the world with shows in, Australia, New Zealand & America. Using a combination of stories, one-liners and the odd prop based joke, Phil is guaranteed to have something to win over any audience.
With several television credits for performing his stand-up act and also worked as a puppeteer on ‘The Mailcoach Mice – The Woodland soap’. He was one of the original team captains on Channel M’s quiz show ‘The Basement’. Phil’s radio work includes regular appearances on BBC Manchester and being a guest on Kerrang FM, 96.2 The Revolution, All FM, Leith FM, Shock FM, CCR FM & XFM Manchester.
He took his first solo show ‘Stroke The Panda’, to Edinburgh in 2007 which lead to several dates across the UK. He has since toured with his following three shows ‘Laughable’, ‘Stupid World Tour’ & ‘Jokes Not Included’ which was nominated for best comedy show at the Buxton Festival Fringe. Phil has been a finalist in ‘City Life Comedian Of The Year’ & The Frog & Bucket's 'Beat The Frog World Series'.
He has also made cameo appearances on stage with comedy sketch team ‘Slaughter House Live’ and in the hit Korean martial arts comedy ‘Jump’. Phil has also performed as part of Reginald D Hunter’s ‘Pride & Prejudice & Niggas’ tour and supported American comic Pablo Francisco’s on his 2008 UK Tour.
’Joke’s Not Included’ - Edinburgh Fringe Festival & UK Tour 2010
‘Stupid World Tour’ - UK Tour 2009
‘Laughable’ – Edinburgh Fringe Festival & UK Tour 2008
‘Stroke The Panda’ – Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2007 & UK Tour 2008
‘Buxton Festival Fringe’ nominee for best solo comedy show 2010
‘City Life Comedian Of The Year’ finalist 2008
‘Beat The Frog World Series’ finalist 2005
What they say
"Top-class" - Time Out (Sydney)
"The best example of comedy timing I have seen this year" – The Scotsman
"Elevating the silly and ridiculous to brilliant comic art" - The Skinny
"All Round Funny Man" - The List
"Downright hilarious. Interspersed with some savvy observations" - Three Weeks
"Hilarious anecdotes, observations and unashamed jokes" - The Weekly News
"An air of slick expertise pervaded his whole act, with a cool, unhurried delivery and a likeable demeanour" - Chortle (Steve Bennett)
“The Comedian who bears all....Rising star of the stand-up circuit” - Leicester Mercury
"Brought The House Down" – BBC online
"Tremendous" - Student Direct
"Super Duper" - XFM
"Genuinely funny " - Patrick Monahan