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Andy Zaltzman


"Clearly a huge talent. Someone you can expect to hear a lot more of." -
The Observer

· Andy is currently working on his Edinburgh Festival Show, Andy Zaltzman Unravels The Great Conspiracy.

· Andy is co-running a new monthly political satire evening on the London circuit, the first of which was headlined by Rob Newman.

· Andy is currently writing for The State We're In (BBC3).

· Andy was a resident writer on BBC2's, The Live Floor Show and also performed on the final episode of the current series.

· Andy made an appearance on Hawksbee and Jacobs show on TalkSport as a cricket critic

· Andy teamed up with fellow comedians John Oliver and Chris Addison to write and record a pilot for a new BBC radio 4 political comedy show.

· Andy performed at the Edinburgh Fringe with his show, Andy Zaltzman Unveils the 2002 Catapult of Truth.

· Andy was invited to appear in the Best Of The Comedy Network Tour in association with WKD.

· Headline act on the nationwide Comedy Network

· Andy performed Andy Zaltzman Versus The Dog of Doom for three weeks at London's Canal Café Theatre

· After Edinburgh Andy performed on Edinburgh and Beyond FHM Comedy Tour, alongside Lee Mack, Jenny Eclair and John Moloney.

· Andy performed his debut solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe, Andy Zaltzman versus the dog of doom. Perrier best newcomer nominee.

· Andy supported Joan Rivers on three nights of her show in Edinburgh

· Headline act on the nationwide Comedy Network

· Headline act on the nationwide Comedy Network.

· Andy reached the Final of the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Award in 2000 at the Edinburgh Festival.

· Andy starred in the prestigious Comedy Zone showcase at Edinburgh Festival.

· Andy reached the Final of the So You Think You're Funny competition in 1999


Andy Zaltzman Unveils the Catapult of Truth

"This is satire at its best… His excellent material demands to be seen" - Jason Hall, Edinburgh Evening News ****

"Wonderfully inventive…his deadpan delivery has an odd, idiosyncratic appeal." - Stephanie Merritt, The Observer

"Zaltzman is a gifted comic… Its all clever stuff" - Dominic Maxwell, Metro

"Very funny…He moves swiftly from one theme to the next and back again ripping each one to shreds with an articulate and intelligent stream of abuse…a great comedian who has the ability to make you listen as well as laugh and who is prepared to joke about more than the bloody weather. ****" - Three Weeks

"In an age of identikit comics, Zaltzman's sharp, wide-eyed routines shine brightly***" - James Smart, Scotsman

"He reveals himself to be a comedian of great ability" - Tim Abrahams, The Herald ***

Andy Zaltzman Versus the Dog of Doom

"One of this year's most impressive new shows… Zaltzman has created an hour of unashamedly cerebral material that had his audience hooting with laughter, almost without respite… Zaltzman is clearly a huge talent, both as a writer and a performer, and someone you can expect to hear a lot more of." - The Observer

"In a world where so many stand-ups recycle the same stale gags, Andy Zaltzman comes as a blessed relief… enormously funny, thoroughly rewarding ****." - Edinburgh Evening News

"Zaltzman is an incredibly smart humorous polemicist. Strong, original material ****." - The List

"The product of much comic invention… instructive and very funny." - The Herald

"A hilarious, topical romp through the complex choices we face in everyday life… Zaltzman leaves no political hot potato untouched… His acute historical perspective and incisive awareness of life's absurdities makes Zaltzman's act both endearing and challenging ****." - Metro

"Andy Zaltzman is producing some of the most interesting and intelligent stand-up around. He aims terrifically high… As a debut Edinburgh show, this is a brave and welcome attempt to breathe new life into the genre… Glimpse what the future of stand-up could, hopefully, be." - Chortle

"Eclectic, Political Edge… Bristles With Vivid Ideas." - Evening Standard

"Great natural comedic ability." - The Daily Telegraph

"A genius in the making." - The Observer