Mark Watson is a comedian, author and broadcaster.
He performed his first gig in 2002 and in the same year won the Daily Telegraph Open Mic Competition.
In the same year, he was runner-up in the aggressively titled So You Think You’re Funny?
An Edinburgh Festival Award Winner and Time Out Critic’s Choice, Mark Watson is one of the most talked-about British comedians to emerge in recent years.
Mark has been the face of shows such as BBC Four’s We Need Answers and BBC Radio 4’s Mark Watson Makes The World Substantially Better.
He has also appeared on:
- Mock The Week
- Celebrity Pointless
- Have I Got News For You
- Would I Lie To You?
- Live At The Apollo
- Channel 4’s Comedy Gala
He is currently recording another series of his hit Radio 4 show Mark Watson Talks A Bit About Life.
In August 2016, Mark performed his show I’m Not Here at the Edinburgh Festival, and then went on to tour it around the UK from September – December 2016. The show received 4 & 5 star reviews.
Not only a Stand-Up, Mark has written six novels: Bullet Points (2004), A Light-Hearted Look At Murder (2007), Eleven (2010), The Knot (2012), Hotel Alpha (2014), and The Place That Didn’t Exist (2016).
Mark is available for corporate performances and awards hosting.