Kevin is from Cheshire, though often mistaken as being from Yorkshire due to his ridiculous northern accent. He performs all over the UK and overseas at clubs including The Comedy Store, Jongleurs, universities and festivals.
His material ranges from storytelling, observations on daily life and one liners. He also has a great ability to mimic most accents.
He has appeared at the Edinburgh Festival in sell out shows and has toured UK theatres as the support act for top comics Tim Vine and Lucy Porter.
Kevin is also an actor recently appearing as a Circus Clown in Martin Scorsese‘s recent film ‘Hugo‘.
His debut solo show ‘In…sane’ based on the real life events of suffering (then recovering from) a nervous breakdown will be performed at the Edinburgh Festival 2012
He has also been the support act for Michael Mcintyre, Omid Djalili and Russell Howard.
Kevin is currently starring as 'James' in the Stan James Bookmakers national TV advertising campaign.
Slickness and sheer talent - Time Out
An excellent comedian, one of the most underrated comics on the circuit - Toby Foster BBC Sheffield and star of Phoenix Nights
A real treat of understated deadpan humour - Three Weeks, Edinburgh
A wide comic repertoire that veers effortlessly between meandering tales, killer one-liners and hilarious accents - Pennine Lancashire
He has a touch of early Eddie Izzard about him, both in his demeanour, delivery and look and his understated, self-deprecating humour was the perfect foil to the comics who followed him - Northampton Chronicle & Echo
SOLO SHOW REVIEWS
A funny story that's worth telling. A cleverly structured tale, amazing, redemptive and powerful - Fringeguru.com
One of the funniest yet thought provoking shows I've seen in a long time - Thepublicreviews.com
EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL REVIEWS
**** 'This story is told with incredible candour and bravery, his delivery is spot on, delightfully funny' broadwaybaby.com
'Praise be! – at last a comic that is a great relief among the laddish banalities of the Fringe. This is indeed therapy, but for us, the audience' Scotsgay