Alfie Brown is a comedian and presenter from South-West London. His first stage credit was when he was 15 in Harry Hill's stage show 'Wild Horses' as Eminem chasing Harry round the stage with a hack saw.
At 17, he aimlessly left school and went to work in Topshop for a year but left after getting in trouble for defacing shopping bags by replacing the word 'Top' with 'Sweat'. Realising he was trained for nothing he started performing stand up comedy at the tender age of 18. Starting in August 2006, he has since established himself as one the most exciting people currently rising in the field.
He has performed his stand-up at the 550 seater Lyric Theatre, on the bill with Stewart Lee, Richard Herring, Al Murray The Pub Landlord. He is also a favourite at North London club Monkey Business and performs at University's and clubs up and down the country.
Alfie recently appeared on the BBC2's The Grumpy Guide to Teenagers a spin off from the Grumpy Old Men Series.
Alfie is a dramatically large Liverpool FC fan.
Chortle: "He's definitely got a comic glint that sets him apart from his peers."
SuchSmallPortions (The Comedy Digest): "A true delight, his delivery was natural and his jokes were sharp."
"He's definitely got a comic glint that sets him apart from his peers." Chortle: