As seen on Michael McIntyre's Roadshow
At only 19, Scotland’s Daniel Sloss is currently one of the fastest rising stars of UK comedy. Having performed in front of a comedy club audience for the first time when he was 16, making him the youngest professional on the circuit, he has a powerful stage presence and brilliant material that belies his age.
In 2009, his debut show in London's Soho Theatre made him the youngest stand-up ever to perform a solo show in the West End.
Daniel made his national TV stand up debut on Channel 4's Paul O'Grady Show, also in 2009
He's rising fast, his name can be heard everywhere around the circuit. See him here first. It won't be long before he's storming sell out shows in arenas and you'll have to pay a fortune on ebay for a ticket.
"They transplanted the brain of a comedy veteran into the head of a teenager. And it worked. Brilliantly." SO TV