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Dave Zonk as Grisha from Siberia
"Everything Borat wants to be like but isn't" - The official spokesman of the Siberian government.
"I've never seen such a good humour but such a bad taste in clothes" - Jean - Paul Gautier.
"We had no better place to go to on Saturday night to so we ended up at Tesco Metro Selhurst and watched this bloke winning their new talent show and he was absolutely hilarious. My wife and I got ourselves a Tesco club card thanks to him" - Garry and Michelle Smiley, Selhurst.
Emerging just over two years ago directly from the sausage factory in Selhurst where he was working at as a food technician (filling the sausages up with offal), Grisha decided to take to the stage his bold observations spiced with wacky comments and surreal stories about his hometown back in Siberia and his deranged family who are "All fishermen but fish only shoes".
He won the Russian reality TV Show - 'I'm a celebrity, Please leave me here !' about four years ago when the show took place in the UK, and was awarded the grand prize - a chance to be in Britain and never to come back until he makes a name for himself in British showbiz.
Determined with that idea in his head, he began working in any job he could. Including selling the 'Metro' Newspaper (which is usually free, but Americans don't know that) and then finally landing a proper job in the Sausage Factory.
had flashes of Success after winning the Comedy Café new act night on Wednesdays
in 2004 and 2005.
David Zonk, the creator of 'Grisha' is an experienced Stand-up and Sketch writer from Israel. When not doing 'Grisha', he likes to play music and promote his new comedy club opened in January 2006 - The Comicasa in London's Earl's Court.