Rich Wilson began his comedy career in 2004 after Rob Rouse told him “You’d make a great comic. Go out there and experience the fear for yourself.”
He was given his first spot by Silky at Kill For A Seat comedy club at The Bullingdon in Oxford.
Since then he has gone from strength to strength. He was resident compere at Up The Creek Croydon and is a regular at The Comedy Cafe, Lee Hursts Backyard and many of the major comedy clubs up and down the country. With his warm, likeable manner and his ability to win over the rowdiest of audiences, with Rich Wilson you are guaranteed an evening of exceptional entertainment.
In the words of Frank Skinner; “He’s a very funny man.”