Writer, actor and comedian Hal Cruttenden has been a long-standing contributor to some of the UK’s best-loved comedy shows. Guesting on the likes of Mock the Week and Live at The Apollo, Have I Got News For You and The 11 O’Clock Show, Pointless Celebrities and The Great British Break Off: An Extra Slice, he is a fixture of British television and a widely adored presence, known for his dry wit and sophisticated humour. Aside from his television work, Cruttenden is a talented writer, with credits extending to the likes of The Rob Brydon Show and The Omid Djalili Show.
Growing up in West London, Cruttenden studied acting early in his career, landing parts in Eastenders and Kavanagh QC during the 1990s, before landing his first comedy gig aged 27. His big break came in 2002, after he earned a nomination for the Perrier Best Newcomer Award, picking up the same accolade at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards in the same year. Years later, Cruttenden is a central part of the UK touring circuit and one of the most popular names in the game. He has performed around the world, including appearances at Montreal’s Just for Laughs and at Kilkenny Cat Laughs, and in 2012 was nominated for Best Club Comic in that year’s Chortle awards, proving that he is one of Britain’s finest comedic talents.
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