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Fraser Geesin

From a background in comic strip illustration and music, Fraser took up stand-up comedy in 2011. His original performances soon attracted attention, 'He's an intriguing act, developing on the still under-populated alternative edges of the circuit'.

In 2013 Fraser reached the semi-finals of the prestigious So You Think You're Funny competition and the finals of the Squawker Awards. Chortle wrote of his performance in the final, 'The entertaining set is more like a sequence of zany sketches than a fluid stand-up, but none the worse for that'.

For the past year Fraser has been running and hosting the popular monthly comedy night, Mouthleak Comedy. As his alter ego, Gary Lactus, he also co-hosts the podcast SILENCE! which features comic book discussion and songs. In November 2013 and 14, he has presented a live SILENCE! podcast at the Thought Bubble Comics convention in Leeds.

In May 2014, Fraser joined Matt Banks to perform their stand-up show, Dinner Dance on Douglas Mountain for a successful two week run at the Brighton Fringe. 'There is a strong seam of originality running through both sets. Fraser in particular has an imaginative, offbeat wit that earmarks him as a talent to watch.' Steve Bennett

Press
"His aggression is mere bluff; he's really a mild-mannered chap with a raft of dry, offbeat gags very much in the style of Sean Lock" Chortle

"The evening included such diverse and quality acts as Fraser Geesin, who strode powerfully onto the stage from the depths of the audience to wrong foot yet entertain us from the first." Latest 7

"He can invigorate an audience without being so anarchic that they fear for their safety. The strong performance is backed with some solid writing, taking a refreshingly oblique approach to mainstream topics." Chortle

"There is an inventiveness behind his best material, with some cracking gags turning on a smart use of language, often surprisingly dry given some of the excesses of his performance." Steve Bennett on DDODM