For someone of such a young age, Jack Whitehall has made a huge impact on the UK comedy scene.
"He’s a whirlwind of slightly camp physicality, of enforced passion, of big, demonstrative gestures, of the snap characterisations of the people who populate his stories. He’s slick with his audience banter, fluid with his prepared material, compelling to watch." - Chortle
In August 2009, he was nominated for the Best Newcomer Award at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for his debut solo Fringe show, Jack Whitehall: Nearly Rebellious. The show received rave reviews and completely sold out.
With a host of competition titles and an array of live appearances under his belt, this so-called 'newcomer' has guest hosted Never Mind the Buzzcocks, co-wrote and hosted TNT Show on Channel 4. In 2009, he hosted Celebrity Big Brother’s Big Mouth for its three week run live on E4. Recent television appearances include You Have Been Watching, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Would I lie to you, Mock The Week, The Graham Norton Show and Channel 4's Comedy Gala filmed at the O2.
Jack can now be seen as a regular on C4's Stand Up For The Week, the best new topical comedy show around.