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He hails from a small town called 'Mooinooi" AKA "pretty girl" near Johannesburg, South Africa . After working every comedy club the country had from 1999 he moved to further his career. Two years later brimming with air-dried meat, angst and a plan he took up his collection of thoughts and worked the smoky stand-up rooms around London, then greater London then the rest of the U.K. Comedy store, Comedy Tree, Mirth Control and Laughing horse cuircits many a pub clubs from Minehead to Cornwall to York over to Wales all over wherever to make his craft tight. He did so and spent his years cultivating facial hair in and around the U.K comedy circuit being paid and hosting, doing slots headlining and promoting the odd gig in London. Then is got a bit more serious, London , York comedy festivals on to Edinburgh and many more. He also appeared in the ECR Comedy Invasions to South Africa in 2005/6 after working like a demented puma filled with elation and poise and also promoted the tours with UpnUnderComedy. He has performed in Bahrian, the Seychelles and has a "cult" following amongst "SAffa's" in the U.K and KZN, South Africa.
"His stand-up encompasses an engaging persona, ''manic-clarity'' and fantastic energy" S.A Times, London
Review on solo show: "This was a hilarious show, very well organised and absolutely classic! Nice one" Durbanscouts, 2006
'' S.A Comedian is Top Act '' NEWS24.com
"very quick witted and dry in his humour and again used the audience very cleverly." Christchurch Saxon Square
'' Bo came to London to pass on biltong to unsuspecting Brits '' TNT magazine London
" Top S.A Funny man" South African News - London
" ..really good, you know how to get them laughing! " Lucas Radebe (S.A / Leeds football legend)
"Glen Bo, being the man with the experience and by far the most accomplished and confident jokester, leads the night" Durbanscouts, 2007
"Mooinooi boy has audiences rolling in the aisles" S.Scott, STAR Newspaper, RSA