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as Lee Nelson

Simon Brodkin

2007
 Appearing as a core cast member of Al Murray’s new sketch show (ITV 1).

2006
 Performs several characters for the sketch show Little Miss Jocelyn (BBC One).
 Recorded Funny Cuts – Simon Brodkin Sketch Show (E4).
 Performed his first solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Simon Brodkin: Everyone But Himself, selling out every night.
 Won the The Writer’s Guild Award for Best Newcomer in Edinburgh for his show Everyone But Himself.

2005
 Winner of Brighton’s Komedia comedy competition.
 Simon’s stand up performance is filmed for a Sky News feature.
 Contributed to Embarrassing Celebrity Moments (Five).
 Finalist of the Amused Moose Comedy Competition.
 Appeared in three new talent showcases at the Pleasance and Gilded Balloon for the entire month at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
 Simon’s character, the lovable teenage yob Lee Nelson, is a regular fixture on The Morning After Show (Channel 4).
 Finalist of the Hackney Empire Best New Act Competition.
 Appeared in Holby City (BBC One) alongside Jocelyn Jee Esien of Three Non Blondes.

2004
 Simon appears regularly in the Bafta nominated comedy show Swag (Five), writing and performing several characters.
 Simon stars in a WKD advert.

2003
 Stars in a series of prime-time shorts entitled From Baghdad To Balham (Channel 4), playing a recently arrived Iraqi asylum seeker.
 Simon stars in two different roles in the series of Absolutely Fabulous (BBC One) plus the Christmas
Special (BBC One).

WHAT THE PRESS HAS SAID:
“Scintillating and hilarious….killer line after killer line” The List

“Genius” - The Independent on Sunday

“The funniest new act I’ve seen in years” - Harry Hill

“So impressive and funny, the potential to join the likes of Al Murray” - Chortle

‘Masterful’ - The Scotsman

“Shrapnel sharp” - London Evening Standard

"A prodigious talent, Brodkin could well become a household name." - The Times