Matthew is a hugely talented stand-up who started on the circuit in 2002 and went on to win So You Think Youre Funny the same year. In 2003 was named Chortle Best Newcomer. Since then he has performed on the UK circuit and abroad in France, Belgium and Monaco. As well as supporting Harry Hill and Al Murray and appearing as part of The Comedy Zone at the 2003 Edinburgh festival.
In 2005 Matthew took a break from standup to concentrate on his writing, in which time he developed a number of plays, sitcoms and sketch ideas as well as writing his first book, Leisure.
Since returning to the comedy circuit in 2007 Matthew has picked up where he left off appearing at some of the UKs leading clubs, including Highlight, Banana Cabaret, Headliners, The Comedy Caf, The Frog And Bucket, Up The Creek and Downstairs At The Kings Head. Most recently Matthew was named the 2009 English Comedian Of The Year.
Chortle said ""a heady mix of gloriously politically incorrect comments, casually unknowing self-deprecation and genuinely funny surrealism... The gags themselves are expertly crafted, perfectly timed and outrageously funny.""