Thank you for having me at your wonderful club.
With a Brown Eyed Boy series on MTV under his belt, Marlon Davis is a bright young comedian, improviser and actor who embraces his work with energy and charm, embodying his characters and delivering his material with skilful observations.
Crowned winner of the broadcast FHM Search For A Stand-up Competition, and finalist in 3 other national comedy awards, Marlon works all over the UK doing sets, compering and headlining, including being a huge hit at the 1800 capacity Leicester Comedy Festival's Preview Show, London\'s Comedy Store, Comedy Cafe, Lee Hursts\' fymfyg, BBC Presents Comedy.
Marlon\'s act is inspired from his upbringing, exploring urban Britain tackling its social issues with skilful characterisations.
"Bursts on to the stage like a breath of fresh air, with impish grin, boyish enthusiasm and an effortlessly open, confident style" Chortle
"Davis is charming, with a winning smile, his passion in acting out all the little scenarios that comprise his set is enviable" Chortle
"He's going to be a star, has all charm and passion of Chris Rock" Adam Bloom
"Marlon was amazing!! Got one of the best receptions all day - and the Comedy tent was busier than ever! That boy's going to go far!" Mick Bateman, RISE Festival
FHM Search For A Stand-Up Hero Competition, 2009, WINNER
C5's So You Think Your Funny, 2006, Finalist
Laughing Horse, 2006, Finalist
Amused Moose Laugh off, 2006, Semi Finalist
FHM Stand Up Hero, 2010, Competition Documentary, ITV4
The Comedy Store, 2010, Comedy Central
Stephen K Amos Show, 2010, BBC Two Sniggers with Attitude, TBC
Get Rich, 2009, Writer-performer, Brown Eyed Boy for MTV
Hoodies, 2008, Writer-performer, Brown Eyed Boy for Paramount (pilot)
Arthur Smith's Balham Bash, 2010, BBCR4
Leicester Comedy Festival Preview Show, 2010, BBCR7
BBC 1Xtra Live
The Comedy Store, 2009
The Comedy Reserve, 2006, Edinburgh Fringe
Amused Moose Hot Starlets, 200, Edinburgh Fringe
The Stand, Edinburgh & Glasgow
Lee Hurst's fymfyg, closer
Bristol Jesters, closer