Howard has gallantly travelled far and wide, northwards and westwards across
London playing some horrible places and some not so horrible places. The 6'6"
mockney describes himself as taller, younger, better looking and more modest then
every other comedian on the circuit, Howard blends childish theories with serious
political argument whilst taking immense pleasure, often more than his audience,
in his own word play and spontaneous improvisations.
In only his second
gig Howard was spotted by producers from Channel 4 who cast him in "Comedy
Lab Presents: Transmission Impossible", which screened spring 2006. Later
reaching the semi-final of The laughing Horse New Act Competition in the same
year and putting in a strong showing at The Comedy Café new Acts competition
and "So You Think You're Funny".
Howard helped to set up and
let his skills MCing "The Gagging Order" comedy nights in Alexandra
Place and Cricklewood, and is now looking to set up a night closer to home in
the South East London (the bit with no tubes).
Described in the Leytonstone
and Leyton Guardian as an "Exciting young talent" and "Outstanding
Up and Comer"
And less generically was praised for his "very
very funny, individual and original routine" by comedian Jack Milner
Howard is available for paid and some unpaid gigs doing anything from a 5
minute to 30 minute slot or MC.