Stand-up, presenter, actor and compere, Quincy hosts his own live chat show, is a TV warm-up (BBC’s Blouse and Skirts) and has presented on BBC1 Xtra and Klymaxx FM. Quincy’s live comedy work includes weekends at The Comedy Store, regular weekends at Jongleurs and Jongleurs On The Road, and comedy clubs up and down the country and abroad, headlining and compering.


” An act to watch out for…” – Time Out

He also tours in large-scale venues all over the UK and as a stand-up and in sketch shows including United Colours of Comedy at the Hackney Empire and Big Sister at The Oval Theatre, The Hackney Empire and Stratford East Theatre. He has performed in large-scale venues around the country with John Simmit and Jocelyn Gee and is currently working on a sitcom.

Radio / TV work

2002 BBC1Xtra – Co-Presenter
2001 BBC London – Interview
2001 BBC 1Extra – Interview
2000 BBC TV’s Blouse And Skirts – Warm-Up
2000 On-digital’s Net.comedy
1996 – 2000 Klymaxx FM – Drivetime Presenter
1996 ITV’s Thieftakers (Yardie )
1992 – 1996 Paradise FM – Reggae And Talk Show Host

Live Comedy

From 2005 Comedy Store weekends,
From 2005 Q’s Club – host of his own live chat show where, Quincy interviews a number of celebrities (past guests include Quarmi (BBC 1’s Casualty) and Tameka Epsom, Richard Blackwood, Angie Le Marr.
2005 United Colours of Comedy (sketch show), Hackney Empire
2005 Comedy Link Up – Represent, Broadway Catford
2005 Respect Festival (Victoria Park and The Dome)
From 2004 Jongleurs weekends

Winner of Black Entertainment Comedy Award 2005
Runner up in The Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2000
Finalist in BBC New Comedy Awards 2002
Finalist in Gagging For It 2000
Other skills
Meridian TV – TV Presenting course graduate

“Big personality” City Lights
“A bold act that is sure to be a crowd-pleaser” City Lights
“effortlessly affable” Chortle
“An act to watch out for…” Time Out

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