Jack Whitehall is one of a new and exciting generation of British comedians. Having made his mark in comedy clubs across the country, he is now becoming well established on TV, both as a comedy actor and as a presenter.
Jack's TV career began back in 1997, when aged just nine years old, he appeared in the ITV series Noah's Ark. He presented Big Brother's Big Mouth on E4 in 1998 and in the same year made the first of many appearances on Channel 4's 8 Out Of 10 Cats. Today, he is probably best known for starring as JP in the Channel 4 series Fresh Meat, and as Alfie Wickers in the BBC3 series Bad Education, which he also co-wrote.
Other TV work include Bertie And Elizabeth, Scrotall Recall, Have I Been Here Before?, Little Crackers, Ruddy Hell! It's Harry And Paul, Psychobitches, Jesus Boy And The Goatherd, Backchat, The Life Of Rock With Brian Pern, An American Education, Inside No. 9, Cockroaches, Thunderbirds Are Go (voice role) and Drunk History. He has also made guest appearances on Have I Got News For You (including guest host), QI, Live At The Apollo, The Graham Norton Show and Big Fat Quiz Of The Year.
Film credits include The Bad Education Movie, Mother’s Day and Asterix: The Mansions Of The Gods.
In 2011, Jack set a new Guinness World Records title, together with Dara Ó Brian and Jon Richardson, for hosting the Highest Stand Up Comedy Gig In The World, on a British Airways flight in support of Comic Relief. Shortly afterwards he took part in the second annual Channel 4's Comedy Gala.
Jack has been winner of The King Of Comedy at The British Comedy Awards for three successive years, 2012 to 2014.
In October 2013 Jack released his first book, entitled Him & Me.
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