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Phil Kay

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Phil Kay born 1969 is a Scottish stand-up comedian


  • 1 Biography
    • 11 Education
    • 12 Early career
    • 13 Later career
  • 2 Television work
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links



Kay was educated at Craigclowan Preparatory School in Perth, Scotland and at nearby Glenalmond College:33

Early career

Kay became known to the public when he won the newcomer's competition, 'So You Think You're Funny', at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1989 He then went on to be nominated for the prestigious Perrier Award in 1993 He won the award for Best Stand-Up at the British Comedy Awards in 1994

Kay continued to work worldwide as a live stand-up, most notably on regular and very successful tours of the Adelaide Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival in Australia

Later career

Following his rise to comedic fame, Phil has also gone on to other adventures such as selling books in Halifax, Nova Scotia In April 2012, his show at Aberdeen's Blue Lamp was cut short He was later rebooked, making a virtue of Kay’s notoriety, billing the gig as The Meltdown Part II and actively encouraging punters to stay away This time, the venue, Snafu, was a lot happier, posting on Facebook afterwards: ‘Phil Kay what can I say Absolutely stormed it at Breakneck Comedy tonight!’ In August 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 he performed sold out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe performing on Bob Slayer's Heroes of Fringe

Television work

Kay hosted his own stand-up comedy series on Channel 4 in the UK called Phil Kay Feels, recorded in front of a live audience in 1997 His other works on television have included Next Stop, Phil Kay also on Channel 4, Edinburgh Nights BBC1 and The Montreal Festival of Fun Channel 5 In conjunction with filmmaker Archie Lauchlan, he also released That Phil Kay Video onto the retail market in 2000 This unique collection of Kay's live standup gigs was re-released in 2014 via Video On Demand see vimeocom/ondemand/thatphilkayvideo here

He has remained largely behind-the-scenes on television to date, with writing credits including Jonathan Ross's Saturday Show, Channel 4's Viva Cabaret, The Smell of Reeves and Mortimer, Sean's Show, Harry Hill's Pilot Show, and many more He has appeared as a panellist on the BBC television show QI On 19 November 2009, he appeared as the stand-up act on the BBC Three television show Russell Howard's Good News


  1. ^ Hay, Erika, ed 2002 Craigclowan: The First 50 Years 1952-2002 Craigclowan Preparatory School 
  2. ^ "The best days of your life Phil Kay, Comedian" The Herald Glasgow 21 February 2006 Retrieved 16 February 2016 
  3. ^ "Phil Kay profile" Spoonfedcouk Retrieved 3 October 2015 
  4. ^ Profilel, gildedballooncouk; accessed 3 October 2015
  5. ^ Profile, chortlecouk, 19 October 2012; accessed 3 October 2015
  6. ^ "QI : Quite Interesting" qicom Retrieved 2017-06-13 
  7. ^ Guide, British Comedy "Russell Howard's Good News Series 1, Episode 5 - British Comedy Guide" British Comedy Guide Retrieved 2017-06-13 

External links

  • official website

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