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Stephen Hill

"Stephen Hill doesn't disappoint, deploying jokes with confidence and eventually getting so caught up in his narrative he's literally screaming into the mic, the audience howling along with him" - Three Weeks

Stephen first got into stand up when he auditioned for Jimmy Carr's Comedy Idol in 2006. Despite only doing it for a dare and being hung-over from a wedding reception the night before, he convinced the judges that he was worthy of a place in the competition's final ten and performed his first ever stand up show at the legendary Comedy Store, London.

Since then he has been performing around the capital sharing the stage with the likes of Richard Herring, Russell Howard, Lee Mack, Andrew Maxwell, Reginald D. Hunter and Jeff Green.

Stephen worked with Jimmy Carr again in his comedy sketch show, for the extras of Carr’s “Comedian” DVD and was asked to contribute to Channel 4 Radio's “4 Weekly News Show” alongside Frankie Boyle, Mark Dolan, Greg Davies, Katy Brand and Tony Law. Recently, Stephen's sit-com "Gino Ginelli Is Dead" starring stand up's Mike Garnell and Richard Rycroft, was produced by The Wireless Theatre Company (www.wirelesstheatrecompany.co.uk) and is currently available for download.

Stephen's West End solo hour show "Lifestyles of the Shit and Worthless" sold out at The Leicester Square Theatre in May 2011 and Stephen has been performing on the music festival circuit, performing to over 1,000 people at both Sonisphere and Bloodstock festivals. Stephen is also one half of the Official Metal Hammer Podcast, a weekly talk show discussing music and comedy for the bestselling Metal Hammer magazine.

Stephen took his first Edinburgh comedy show “Adolf Hitler and Mother Teresa walk into a bar...” to the Fringe in 2008 where it received rave reviews. Due to the success of this first show, he took two shows the following year in 2009. "99 Problems But Your Mum Aint One" and "Creme Eggs vs Nazi Nana" both sold out and were also very well reviewed.
Comedy Clubs
Stephen manages and promotes his own monthly comedy club, “The Curse of The Old Crown” in central London the first Sunday of every month. Andrew O’Neill, Luke Toulson and Andi Osho are but a few that have played there.
All this despite his act sounding like the tantrum of a spoilt four year old trapped inside the body of a death row felon!
Finalist – Jimmy Carr's comedy Idol
Finalist – Reading new act of the year 2008  
TV & Radio
“Comedy Idol” – Jimmy Carr: Stand Up - DVD 2006
“Thumbing in a softie” - Jimmy Carr: Comedian DVD 2007
“4 weekly news” - Channel 4 Radio
“Edgy, punchy, raunchy and above all very, very funny. His withering invective takes no prisoners.” - Edfringe.com
“An angry young man” - Jimmy Carr
"Stephen Hill, ripped into the audience with the intensity of a super-charged, loud-hailing juggernaut, eyes popping and the mic screeching and explosive. Very Entertaining" Three Weeks