Stuart Goldsmith is an internationally award-winning comedian, writer, podcaster and host.
With a reputation for smart, accessible stand-up, Stuart's enthusiasm and natural charm conceal a quick wit and
fearlessness honed by his early career as a street performer.
In addition to his stand-up credentials, Stuart has built a reputation as a highly skilled interviewer and engaging host.
His always insightful and often inspiring The Comedian’s Comedian podcast shines a light on the darkest creative
secrets of his fellow comics, and is revered by comedy fans, performers and industry alike. Previous guests include
Jimmy Carr, Tim Minchin, Russell Howard, Sarah Millican, Bo Burnham, Bill Burr, Jen Kirkman and James Acaster.
Stuart is an Edinburgh Festival Fringe veteran. Having been introduced to the festival as a street performer, he has
since taken seven solo stand-up shows and presented The Comedian’s Comedian podcast at the Fringe three times.
Stuart’s critically-acclaimed 2016 show Compared To What subsequently toured internationally. 2017’s Like I Mean
It was another massive success, winning the Leicester Comedy Festival Award for Best New Show and again touring
internationally. Stuart’s latest show, End Of, debuted to rave reviews at the 2018 Fringe, earning a recommendation
from the British Comedy Guide as one of their best shows at the festival. Stuart is currently touring End Of in the UK.
A familiar face on the UK circuit, Stuart continues to build his audience internationally, performing at the Melbourne
International Comedy Festival and the New Zealand International Comedy Festival, where he won the Spirit of the
Festival Award. He has been invited to perform at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival a number of
times, receiving rave reviews as part of the Brit-ish line-up show and securing a series of high profile guests for The
Comedian’s Comedian Podcast, including a live interview with legendary American comic Patton Oswalt.
• Leicester Comedy Festival 2017: Best New Show - Winner
• Amused Moose Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2015: Best Show - Nominee
• Chortle Awards 2014: Internet Award for The Comedian’s Comedian podcast – Nominee
• Chortle Awards 2013: Internet Award for The Comedian’s Comedian podcast – Nominee
• New Zealand Comedy Festival 2013: Spirit of the Fringe Award – Winner
• Chortle Awards 2012: Breakthrough Act Award – Nominee
• Edinburgh Comedy Festival 2012: Malcolm Hardee Award – Winner
• Leicester Comedy Festival 2011: Best Show Award – Nominee
• Show Me The Funny (ITV) 2010: Semi-finalist
• Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala (ABC, 2017)
• Rank The Prank (CBBC, 2016)
• Russell Howard’s Stand Up Central (Comedy Central, 2016)
• Just For Laughs (CBBC, 2016)
• Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled (Dave, 2015)
• The Dog Ate My Homework (CBBC, 2015)
A charming, expert stand-up (Sunday Times)