A thinly veiled contempt for all forms of physical exertion and an open adoration of all things Mod, Ian was recently voted by fellow comedians as 'Man most likely to run amok with a firearm'. Fortunately this hasn't stopped him achieving great success on the London and National circuits where he has spent the last two years supporting the likes of + LEE EVANS, + JACK DEE and + MARK LAMARR.
Ian's laconic observations on life, from the problems of using the wrong vocabulary in a German Pizza Hut to an almost pathological hatred of open-toed footwear, have proved hugely successful with live audiences.
In 2003 Ian was one of only seven British comics selected to appear at the pinnacle of all comedy festivals - Montreal's Just For Laugh's. Alongside the likes of Jimmy Carr, Ian performed in the sellout Britcom showcase proving to be such a success he subsequently went on to headline the Worldcom show at the festival's finale.
Ian is also a regular performer at London's Comedy Store and has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe festival and headlined at The Reading and Leeds music festivals.
World Comedy Tour (Comedy Centra)
The Comedy Store (Channel 5)
The Stand Up Show (BBC1)
The Comedy Store series 3 and 4 (Channel 5)
Why Did The Chicken...? (HTV)
Beware Conmen (ITV)
Terry's Turnstiles (Capital Radio)
Four At The Store (BBC Radio 4)
Cabaret on 4 (BBC Radio 4)
The Fred McAuley Show (BBC Radio Scotland)
Weekending (BBC Radio 4)
The Steven Allen Show (LBC)
The Mark Sheldon Show (XFM)
The Pat Marsh Show (BBC Radio Kent)
The Hunger (Feature Film) The Groper
The Knock (ITV) Russian Solider
The Bill (ITV) Young Vandal
Night School (Feature Film) Dancer In Night Club
Gosforth's Fete (Stage Play) Gosforth
Living in France 2005
Salsa Classes Up 2003
Office Parties Express Magazine 2003