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Al Murray's big break came in 1994, when he was invited to compere Harry Hill's Edinburgh show Pub Internationale, and created the pub landlord character. He appeared as Harry Hill's big brother Alan in The Harry Hill Show from 1997-2000. After a wrangle as to whether he was 'too famous' to win it, Murray won the Perrier Award with a show based around the Pub Landlord character in 1999.
"The speed at which he picks off audience members and denigrates their jobs, their names, their accents or even their degrees is almost breathtaking." Steve Benett
Since winning the Time Out magazine Award for Best Comedy in 1996, Al Murray has taken his Perrier award winning show The Pub Landlord from the stand-up circuit to television. Time Gentlemen Please debuted in 1999 to critical acclaim with Murray starring and co-writing with comedian Richard Herring. Murray's TV appearances include Harry Hill, The Stand Up Show and Fist Of Fun.
What he offers you
His hilarious live stand-up shows have made him one of the most popular comedy acts in the country and a popular choice at events around the country.
How he presents
Al is brilliantly funny with a razor sharp wit and his performances are immensely entertaining and always well received.
He presents in English.
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