The Hamilton father of three only started performing stand up in July 2008 after a gentle push from his wife. Since that first gig his career has steadily gained momentum performing up and down the country. Even performing at music festivals, boxing matches and on a subway train! He also sold out his first ever solo show at this years Magner’s Glasgow International Comedy Festival, picking up a four star review in the process.
He offers tales of tales of his home life with a wife and three young daughters, essentially a 6ft tattooed man who has been subjected to far too much High School Musical and pink fluffy toys.
Within a month of starting stand up he was a finalist in So You Think You’re Funny and in 2009 won the title of Scottish Comedian of the Year. He has also gone on to appear on BBC Radio Scotland.
The Scotsman said "an assured every bloke eager to decry his emasculation at having to watch Gok Wan and Mamma Mia!, yet eminently capable of nailing a cheeky Rudolph Hess line "
Daily Record said "Hard hitting and side splitting - delivers tales that most parenting manuals would avoid "