Award winning comedian Jeff Green has established himself as one of the most popular comics working in the UK today. Jeff's razor-sharp observations combined with an abundant natural charm have marked him out as one of the brightest talents on the British comedy scene.
In 1994 Jeff was nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award at the Edinburgh festival. He also hosted The Comedy Club (LWT) and toured with Jo Brand.
1995 saw further sell-out tours of the UK and Australia and TV apperances on the Des O'Connor Tonight and The Clive James Show.
1996 proved to be a great year for Jeff with a sell out solo tour of the UK and a 45 minute television special - Jeff Green Live (ITV) which was recorded at Her Majesty's Theatre in London's West End.
In 1997 Jeff took Australia by storm, playing to sell-out audiences at the Melbourne and Sydney comedy festivals. He also had his second ITV special Jeff Green-Up West which was recorded at The Gielgud Theatre in London's West End.
1998 saw Jeff writing and performing his third Christmas special on ITV - You're Only Human with Jeff Green as well as his first sell out West End run - Love Bites at the Apollo Theatre.
Rounding off the Millennium in 1999 Jeff hosted 20th Century Stuff for Channel 5; made his 4th appearance on The Clive James Show; his 3rd appearance on BBC1's They Think it's All Over and a record breaking 5th spot on BBC2's Never Mind the Buzzcocks In addition he travelled to Australia to appear in Sky TV's World Cup Comedy.
Jeff enjoyed a sell-out run the 2000 Edinburgh Fringe Festival and was seen on our screens as team captain in Paramount Comedy Channels Shoot the Messenger, its first new commission since Spaced.
2001 saw Jeff touring his new stand up show across the UK and Australia, record a full length Comedy Store special for Channel 5 and being voted by the viewing public in their top 10 favourite comedy panellists commissioned by the TV Times.
In 2002 Jeff enjoyed another sell out run in Edinburgh, toured the UK & Australia with his new stand up show and was seen on BBC1's Jo Brands Hot Potatoes as team captain.
Rounding off the year he released his first book: The A-Z of Living Together which went to no 5 in the Sunday Times best sellers list, staying in the top 10 for 5 weeks and selling 125,000 copies. He also found time to release his first CD: Jeff Green - Debauched Cherub.
In 2003 he performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and finished his follow-up book: The A-Z of Being Single and recorded a live video for Christmas from London's West-End.
Other TV appearances include:
- I Love the 80s, 90s (BBC2)
- Have I Got News For You (BBC2)
- The Happening (C4)
- The Big Breakfast (C4)
- Gag Tag (BBC1)
- The Late Jonathan Ross (ITV)
- Edinburgh Nights (BBC2)
- The Jeff Green Show (Granada)
- Packet of 3 (C4)
- South Bank Comedy Special (ITV)
- Stand-up's most irresistible rogue
- The Guardian
- Pin sharp comedy beautifully delivered is the trademark
- Evening Standard
- The master of the comic anti-climax
- The Independent
- Green is one of those impish comics who charms rather than provokes his audience, offering them glimpses into the workings of his bizarre mind
- The Independent on Sunday
- If a London comedy critic had to stake his or her life on a performance recommendation, then Jeff Green would have to be in the frame. His shows are freewheeling delightful affairs in which an hour seems to last 18 minutes
- Evening Standard
- Only a comedian with great presence and self-belief could make a stage his home. Green makes it look easy
- Edinburgh Evening News
- Brave, perceptive, uniquely honest and very, very funny
- The Herald
- The funniest stand-up in Britain
- The Sun