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Clive Anderson is a former barrister turned television presenter. He is most famous as the host of the Channel 4's Whose Line is it Anyway?
Most recently he has presented for both BBC Radio 2 and Radio 4. Besides being a presenter, Clive is an accomplished writer and has written articles for The Times, The Observer, The Listener and The Sunday Correspondent.
"One Of the UK's most enduringly popular entertainment hosts"
Clive developed his flair for comedy and performing when he studied at Selwyn College, Cambridge between 1972 and 1975. He has several television writing credits to his name including, Not the Nine O'Clock News (BBC), Alas Smith and Jones (BBC) and Around Midnight (LWT). He is also an accomplished performer on stage as a stand-up comedian in the early 80's; on Radio as host of The Cabaret Upstairs and on Television as host and Chairman of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and Clive Andersen Talks Back. He has also presented several documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4. He was awarded the television industry's 'Comedy Presenter of the Year' award in 1991 and he won an award from the British Comedy Awards for the 'Top Channel 4 Presenter' in 1992.
What he offers you
A man of many talents Clive Anderson entertains audiences with his razor sharp humour and hilarious anecdotes.
How he presents
Known for his quick wit and barbed questions Clive Anderson has become a very popular after dinner speaker, conference or presentation host.
He presents in English.
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