STUART GOLDSMITH‘s infectious banter channels effortless charisma and quick-fire timing. He ran away from the circus in the late Nineties, worked as an actor and street-performer, and is now Britain’s second prettiest stand-up comedian, combining spanking punchlines with dangerous charisma and disarming honesty. He looks forward to the day when his perpetually-youthful “Michael J Fox” man-boy looks start to get a little bit creepy. He lives in London, and drives to gigs all over the place in a small car. If you have a right door-hinge nut and bolt for a 1999 Polo Saloon, please get in touch.
He survived ITV1’s Show Me The Funny with dignity intact, and made the mums swoon as host of CBBC’s Mission 2110 (“I want to lick the back of his neck” – mumsnet.com).
‘Sparky goings-on and charm to spare, as Stuart Goldsmith marries pitch-perfect audience repartee with cleverly woven tales of the everyday ‘ The Independent
‘A pitch-perfect performance’ Chortle ‘A fine joke-smith’ Evening Standard