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Roddy Fraser

"Lively, confident . Musical comedy is his forte" chortle.co.uk

"5 stars. See him before he plays the big venues." edfringe.com

"Hilarious songs. Very inventive." Vancouver Sun

Roddy Fraser is a Scottish comedian, musician and sketch writer who has made a name for himself playing for the last 6 six years in top UK venues like The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, The Comedy Cafe

Performed at various comedy festivals including The Vancouver International Comedy Festival 2007 The Edinburgh Festival 2005, 2007

And performed with national and internationally known comics such as David Cross (from Arrested Development and Mr. Show) Jeremy Hotz (from The Jon Stewart Show) Stephen Merchant (writer with Ricky Gervais, of The Office) Simon Amstell (host of BBC's Never Mind The Buzzcocks)

Television work
ITV's Take The Mike
CTV's Canada A.M.

He is currently based in London.

Audience member comments from www.chortle.co.uk

"Roddy Fraser's a genuinely exciting performer with flashes of genius. I love watching the dude because he's absolutely uncontrived with his performance and reactions to the crowd. Very interesting act."

"I've been to see Roddy Fraser twice in the last two weeks and travelled 30-35 miles just to go back! The man is hilarious! His interaction with the audience is superb I love his take on accents and his ability to get out of any situation that may be slighty awkward! 5***** Top bloke".

"I've seen Roddy Fraser twice in the last couple of weeks, and not only did he have me in fits of laughter, but at both gigs he blew the roof of the house. He was excellent. Not only was he very, very funny, but his material was clever, original and brilliantly delivered. A lot of very funny and very original comedy."