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talking hard hitting, watch out for him. He's in hot form
Matt Blaize originally trained as a classical actor and attended The Drama Centre. Roles at school Include; Rakitin in month In The Country by Turgenev, The Title role in Othello by Shakespeare and Winston in Les Smiths, "Some kind of Hero". Matt has performed approx. 400 gigs in the 2 years he has been a stand-up comedian.
has performed approx. 200 paid 20 minute Gigs for Mirth control at such
venues as; Cambridge Trinity College May Ball, South bank University,
Reading University, Guildford University, Farnham University,
"Smart, good looking confident. You could easily hate Blaize if he wasn't so damn funny. He's got attitude by the bucketful as he demolishes his subjects with elegant, energetic style, and a winning way with words. Blaize has only been around a short while but is making waves in all the right places - and quite right too. He's got naturally funny bones and the talent to make the most of them. Bigger things undoubtedly await." - Chortle.co.uk
" An outstanding comedic talent." - Fringereport.com
"Likeable, he has some great lines". - The Scotsman
" The Tall, toned, tattooed antidote. Who makes no Apologise for offending anyone" - 3 Weeks
"If comedy was the new rock and roll then it comes as a surprise to discover a new hard edge face on the scene who looks as if he can kick things into the next generation. Matt Blaize is an Eastender who prowls the stage looking for answers. As a black Britain he hits the race angle with incisive humour. In between there's a thoughtful political viewpoint, which could become a show within a show. A natural comic, this is a guy with the personality To match his potential" - The Stage
"Has been described by many as Britain answer to Bill Hicks". TV Quick
"He is that increasing rare creature. A comedian who takes on tough topical issues with an expressiveness and lightness of touch that can win round even a rowdily drunken crowd" Time-out
strides on giving it a certain amount of attitude And soon he is spinning
unusual among current stand-us in that there's a strong social content
in his set.
the facial contortions of Bill Cosby his politically orientated act
was funny and well observed"
"He does topical material, political material, and he plays with the audience. I think he'll make it to the top flight" - Lee Hurst BBC1 "They Think It's All Over" (Taken from Time -Out Article 2002)
"New talent comes from sharp-witted Matt Blaize" - BBC London 94.9 FM