Jeremy Hardy



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Jeremy Hardy became a stand-up in January 1984 and is now one of the UK’s most respected stand-up comedians. In 1988, he won the Perrier Award at the Edinburgh Festival in 1988 and Best Live Act at the ITV Comedy Awards in 1991. He has never stopped gigging.

He is a stalwart of BBC Radio 4, best known for At Home With The Hardys, Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation, The News Quiz, I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue and recently, his new series Jeremy Hardy Feels It.

His TV work includes Now Something Else with Rory Bremner, Blackadder Goes Forth, Jack and Jeremy’s Real Lives with Jack Dee, If I Ruled the World with Graeme Garden and Clive Anderson and Jack Dee’s Helpdesk. He also appeared on QI, Mock The Week, Grumpy Old Men, Back In The Day and Not Tonight With John Sergeant.

He appeared in the films Hotel and How to Be, and the feature documentary, Jeremy Hardy v the Israeli Army, in which he challenged the military occupation of the West Bank to no great effect.

He has written columns for The Guardian and Red Pepper and three books: When Did You Last See Your Father, Jeremy Hardy Speaks to the Nation and My Family and Other Strangers.

‘In an ideal world, Jeremy Hardy would be extremely famous, but an ideal world would leave him without most of his best material’

The Guardian

‘A comic genius’

Sandi Toksvig

‘He’s good but he’s only on the radio’

Alan Bennett


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