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Curtis Walker

Curtis' hugely appealing style and seemingly effortless talent, have ensured him winning over audiences as one of the Country's leading stand-ups and actors.  

He's recently come back from performing at the New York Comedy Festival where he went down a storm.  He's  appeared in the second series of  Rob Brydon's Annually Retentive for BBC3, having also been in series one.  He also appeared in the film Mutant Chronicles.

Curtis was the voice of Carlton in the cult children's comedy series Kerching! (CBBC), as well as contributing to a large number of other programmes including The Real McCoy (BBC), They Think It's All Over (BBC), Paramount City (BBC), Blouse & Skirt (BBC), Urban Heat , Black Britain (BBC) and Glastonbury 2000 (BBC).  

As an actor, Curtis has racked up a number of appearances including the Lenny Henry Show, Ed Stone is Dead (BBC) and Maya Angelou's Moon On A Rainbow Shawl. His work on the recently-released features, Bullet Boy and Now What, is fast-gaining him recognition in the world of film. He also had a small role in Kathy Burke's The End.

He has toured his acclaimed and skilfully-written one-man show ‘Right Now' as well as clocking up a number of stand-up gigs at The Comedy Store and Jongleurs.  He is the recipient of the best male stand Up from BICA, as well as the Top Carlton TV Multicultural Entertainment & Comedy Award. Curtis is also the face behind the NHS Organ Donor Register campaign to which 10 million people have added their names.

Of late he has taken his talents to the Middle East where he performed to sell-out audiences. In the past he's also toured to the US, Spain, Jamaica and Holland.  Following a brilliant performance at the Birmingham Symphony Hall, he was introduced to a rhapsodic Nelson Mandela, who wanted to shake his hand twice.

"Moves an audience in a way I've never seen a stand-up do before" William Cook, The Guardian

"One of the funniest guys in Britain" David Bowie