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Joe Bor

Finalist of Comedian Of The Year 2009
Winner of Jewish Comedian Of The Year 2007
Winner of Best Value Show at Leicester Comedy Festival 2010

Joe is a hugely likeable observational character comedian.

He currently does TV warm up for The Graham Norton Show and Mock The Week.

The Telegraph’s list of the top people to follow on twitter.

Joe has played The Yorkie Man and has appeared in adverts for Magners, Argos, Kia, Co-op, Expedia, TFL and Copra Beer.

He regularly performs at top comedy clubs around the country including The Comedy Store, Highlights, Jongleurs, The 99 Club, The Glee and The Comedy Café.

He has performed at festivals around the country including Latitude, Reading and Leeds, V Festival, Bestival and Lounge on The Farm.

In 2011, Joe wrote and directed his first play ‘Who Killed The Counsellor?’ at The Edinburgh Festival.

He has also written and starred in the sketch shows ‘The Gadabouts’ and 'Oi Over Here' which played at The Pleasance Theatre in Edinburgh 2005, 2008 and 2009.

“Joe Bor is a must see.” Alan Carr
“Great at comedy, dodgy with women.” Jack Whitehall
“Natural comic ability.” Steve Bennett, Chortle
“Very Funny, memorably charismatic.” Kate Copstick, The Scotsman
"Very Funny...excellent young comic actor." Three Weeks
“Warm, funny and very, very charming.” Broadway Baby, 4 Stars, 2011
“He undoubtedly draws some of the biggest crowds at the Fringe.” Three Weeks, 4 Stars, 2011
“Terrific” Time Out

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