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David Jesudason

London-based British Asian standup who undertakes work for clubs such as Downstairs at the King's Head, the Hob, Crack Comedy, Comedy Cafe in London and Frog and Bucket in Manchester. As a compere he has been the face of more than 150 nights and was co-promoter of Hungry Miller's Comedy Laughbag in London Bridge.

An act with a broad range of comedy including storytelling, punchy one-liners, ad-libded routines and relaxed crowd interaction.

David won King Gong at the London Comedy Store AND Comedy Cafe's competition in the same week (end of June 2013). He also has beaten the gong at the Comedy Store in Manchester, was in the semi-final of the Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year competition in 2011 and is a Beat the Frog winner. He also was an Olympia New Comedy Act Finalist in 2011.

Quotes:

"David performed a 20-minute set for our charity fundraising event at the Body Shop and was an absolute pleasure to watch. His material is thoroughly engaging, clever and unique. I was particularly impressed with his refreshing perspective on quite difficult topics such as race and religion.  The audience thoroughly enjoyed his performance." Victoria Hook, R+D fundraising committee member, at the Body Shop.

“An inventive and promising act. Jolly, friendly and funny!” Isy Suttie, comedian and actor

"'David Jesudason is a fearless new talent whose refreshingly spikey up-to-date material is delivered with a cheeky glint in his eye, easily engaging the audience with whom he is very comfortable conversing." Trevor Lock, comedian

"Wonderfully inventive and funny." Dan Antopolski, comedian and actor

"David seems at home on stage, where his easy confidence and charm are backed by really excellent material." Kenny Campbell, Stand up London