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AndySir arrived on the comedy scene on St. Patrick's Day 2003 standing in front of a crowd of Guinness-addled, mock-Irishmen and slowly deconstructing the book of Leviticus to little comic effect. Thus began an infatuation with comedy that has lasted three years and has seen him collect a brace of runner-up slots and other dubious accolades.

He is most often described as "a young Arnold Brown", something he has tried to discourage by using rude words in his set of the sort that Mr Brown would never approve of - but to no avail. He generally does a 20-min main support kind of role, and promoters tend to ask him back - he seeks nothing more than that.

Quotes about Andy Sir:

"derivative... not the sort of act that will have you in raptures", Chortle

"...a subdued style that wasn't right to end on...", Edinburgh Guide

"...more like a bedroom guitarist than a rock legend...", Edinburgh Evening News

And some decent ones:

"...had the audience in stitches throughout the routine.", Don Ward, quoted in Glasgow Southside News

"hilarious", Top Notch Magazine

"razor sharp material", The List

And the honours:
Daily Record "Search for a Star" finalist 2003
Fame4U Comedy Store runner-up 2005
Laughing Horse New Act finalist 2006