Frank Skinner started his career in stand-up comedy in December 1987 and by 1991 had won the prestigious Perrier Award.
A major name in live comedy and television, Frank’s TV shows include The Frank Skinner Show (ITV 1), which is widely credited as setting the tone for the modern comedic chat show and ran for nine years, attracting 11 million viewers at its peak.
Since 2010, Frank has hosted BBC One’s Room 101.
With David Baddiel, Frank created and presented Fantasy Football (BBC Two and ITV 1) and Baddiel & Skinner Unplanned (ITV 1) while also, alongside the Lightning Seeds, attained three number one hits with the football anthem ‘Three Lions’.
As a radio presenter his Absolute Radio show won ‘Best Speech Programme‘ at the 2014 Radio Academy Awards and saw him inducted into the Radio Academy Hall of Fame in December 2015.
As an author, Frank has published Dispatches from the Sofa – a collection of columns he wrote for The Times over a two year period and has written two autobiographies, the first of which, Frank Skinner, was the top selling autobiography of 2002, spending 46 weeks in The Sunday Times Bestseller List. The second Frank Skinner: On The Road, chronicled his 2007, sell-out return to stand-up.
In 2014, Frank’s toured the UK with his extended, critically-acclaimed live show ‘Frank Skinner: Man in a Suit’.
Frank is available for corporate events peforming stand-up or presenting awards.