Bennett Arron is the only Jewish/Welsh Comedian on the Circuit.
His humour is a cross between the paranoid angst of Max Boyce and the colloquial valley humour of Woody Allen.
As well as performing all around the country, Bennett Arron has also entertained audiences in The United Arab Emirates, Rome, Spain and Germany.
Aside from comedy, as a victim of identity fraud, Bennett directed and presented the programme ‘How Not To Lose Your Identity’ for Channel 4.
In the programme, which was described as “Fascinating and Slightly Disturbing” by the TV Times, Bennett managed to steal the identity of the former Home Secretary Charles Clarke.
Bennett is also a trained actor and performed in the film Dead Long Enough alongside Michael Sheen.
He also played the lead in his own Sitcom script, which was performed at the Riverside Studios in London.
Bennett’s other television credits include:
- The Stand Up Show
- Why Did The Chicken?
- Not Tonight with John Sergeant.
- Glee Time
Bennett is also an award-winning writer and has written for many comedy shows including The 11 O’clock Show, RISE, Commercial Breakdown and So Graham Norton.
Due to his writing and performing skills, Bennett is a regularly performs at corporate events, and is able to write to brief and adapt his material accordingly.
Bennett is a past winner of both the TAPS Comedy Writer of the Year Award and the BBC New Writer’s Award, and is a past finalist of the BBC New Comedy Awards. However his proudest moment was coming third in the 1982 Boy Scout Disco Dancing Championship!
Bennett Arron has been working on a new sitcom for the BBC, and has supported Ricky Gervais on some of his tour dates.