A much sought after comedian, compere and corporate awards host, Ian is a regular on BBC 5Live's Fighting Talk and is the author of the hugely successful book, 'A la Mod: My So-Called Tranquil Family Life in Rural France.' Ian has achieved great success on the London and National circuits and is a regular headliner at London's famous Comedy Store.
Ian's laconic observations on life, from the problems of using thewrong vocabulary in a German Pizza Hut to an almost pathological hatred of most forms of physical exertion, have proved hugely successful with live audiences all over the world from Australia to China, and the Phillipines to the Middle East. He hasn't performed in South America, but feels no reason why they wouldn't love him there too.
Following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Festival where he appeared with Catherine Tate, Ian was one of only seven British comics selected to appear at the pinnacle of all comedy festivals - Montreal's Just for Laughs. Alongside the likes of Jimmy Carr, Ian performed in the selloutBritcom showcase proving to be such a success he subsequently went on to headline the Worldcom show at the festival's finale.
Ian was also, briefly, the warm up comic for the BBC's 'Friday Night with Jonathon Ross' show, until the DAVID BOWIE incident, of which the less said the better. Ian has headlined at The Reading and Leeds music festivals, but he is too well dressed to consider appearing at Glastonbury.
Ian Moore makes chutney.
Television appearances include:
World Comedy Tour (Comedy Central, USA & Channel 9, Australia)
The Stand Up Show (BBC1)
The Comedy Store, Series 3, 4 & 6 (Channel 5)
Why Did The Chicken...? (HTV)
'A la Mod: My So-Called Tranquil Family Life in Rural France' (pub: May 2013)
'C'est Modnifique: The Adventures of an English Grump in Rural France (pub: July 2014)
There are many, many radio appearances and magazine and newspaper articles too.