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Quentin Reynolds is one third of the Reynolds Brothers, who have a host of TV and radio credits to their name. In 2003, he decided to venture into the world of stand-up comedy.
Since then, he has gigged all over the UK with great success, collecting rave reviews along the way. He has made many guest appearances in numerous shows at the Glasgow Comedy Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival, and Edinburgh Fringe.
Quentin has also taken part in two Guinness Book of Records attempts, namely the Stand-Up 150 for the most comedians on stage ever in 2003, and One Big Laugh for the longest comedy gig ever in 2005.
In 2005 he was nominated for the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Award.
In 2008 Quentin launched his debut one-man show at the Glasgow Comedy Festival, entitled “Who Is Q from Airdrie?” in reference to his trouble making alter ego “Q from Airdrie” in the Metro newspaper. The show was a complete sell-out.
In 2009 as part of the Reynolds Brothers trio he co-wrote the BBC Radio Scotland sitcom pilot “Exit Stage Left”, starring Tony Roper.
In 2010, Quentin got his own light hearted newspaper column in The Hub paper entitled “Q’s Views”, and co-wrote the radio drama “In For A Penny starring Shauna McDonald and Joe McFadden.
Whether he is writing or performing, Quentin is an amiable and extremely funny young man, and one to watch out for.
WRITING CREDITS (AS PART OF THE REYNOLDS BROTHERS TRIO)
SELECTED VENUES / SHOWS