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"Wood is a star in the making" The Stage

Jason Wood is a hugely dynamic performer who, for several years, has been causing a stir in various different guises.

2002 however sees Jason focusing on his natural ability for comedy, combining his writing and performance skills in a spectacular combustion of comedy and vocal ability. After a sell-out run at the Edinburgh 2001 Festival, in Wood & Hides' "Wild on TV", Jason returns this year with a solo show at the Pleasance, a show that will combine Jason's singing talents with his gift of comedy timing and audience interaction.

Jason has toured throughout the UK and abroad in countries such as Holland, Germany, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the USA bringing his singing, acting and comedic brilliance to many different venues. During this time he appeared on many television networks including TV3 New Zealand, Anglia Television, Carlton, BBC1 and only last year he was followed by Channel 4 for the 2001 series of Edinburgh Or Bust.

"Amazingly Talented" - Stephen Tomkinson, Grafters and Drop the Dead Donkey

Jason has a voice that is huge and is going to be even huger. His wide range of vocal impressions include Alison Moyet, Boy George, Craig David, Elton John, and many other International artists including a particularly impressive Pavarotti.

The richness of characters that Jason creates (he has been hailed as "A male Julie Walters" - The Daily Star"), combined with a natural ability for writing comedy has kept him in good stead for his many writing projects. Currently he is working on a sitcom with Angel Eye Film & TV, and BBC Radio… "I loved him! Then he told me he was gay... the story of my life…. He's seriously Absolutely Fabulous" - Emma Kennedy BBC Radio 4

"A new star for television" - Daily Star