Romesh Ranganathan



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Famous for his deadpan and often self-deprecating comedy, multi award-winning comedian Romesh Ranganathan has solidified himself as a household name through his stand-up, television and radio presenting, acting and podcasting.

He’s best known for fronting such series’ as BBC’s The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan, topical show The Ranganation, and travelling the globe with his mate and fellow comic Rob Beckett in Rob & Romesh Vs. Former regular and now central host of Sky’s A League Of Their Own, Romesh also hosted the show which brought his mum, Shanthi, to our screens, Asian Provocateur. Romesh has been announced as the new host of BBC One’s Weakest Link in a primetime slot, which sees a celebrity line up put through their general knowledge paces.

A Sunday Times Bestseller with his autobiography Straight Outta Crawley: The Memoirs Of A Distinctly Average Human Being, Romesh had his second book As Good as It Gets: Life Lessons from a Reluctant Adult published worldwide in October 2020.
2019 saw Romesh back out on tour with The Cynic’s Mixtape, which has sold out across the UK, and he will be rounding off the tour with fourteen nights at London’s Eventim Apollo.

Romesh embarked on his career in America in 2018 with the launch of Just Another Immigrant on Showtime, and he has also appeared twice on James Corden’s Late Late Show as well as The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

On top of this, he has an award-winning podcast Hip Hop Saved My Life, and launched the hit Wolf and Owl podcast with Tom Davis in 2020. This year, Romesh was able to further show off his encyclopaedic knowledge of hip-hop music when he was commissioned to host his own Radio 2 show, For The Love Of Hip Hop which received critical acclaim.

‘Romesh Ranganathan, a man who has turned misanthropy into a gloriously enjoyable art’

The Evening Standard

‘The best yet… efficient, irresistible comedy’

The Guardian

‘He has the natural swagger of a comedian who knows how to dominate a room’

The Times

‘Asian Provocateur brings the travel documentary into the 21st century, planting a fish out of water in an environment he is not at all prepared for, despite what the colour of his skin might suggest’

The Guardian


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