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Tony Hawks is a very familiar face from television having appeared frequently on TV comedy programmes such as Have I Got News For You, They Think It's All Over, Paul Merton, A Bit of Fry and Laurie and Red Dwarf. He also hosted the BBC1 programme, The Best Show in the World Ever ... Probably. In the London theatre, he appeared in Lennon, Pump Boys and Dinettes and An Evening with Gary Lineker.
"Like most people, I started life as a baby"
Tony began as a singer, performing his own songs and peaked in the charts at number three as Morris Minor and the Majors with their spoof rap recording of Stutter Rap. He wrote many songs and musical comedies and performing at The Edinburgh Festival won The Perrier Pick of The Festival Award. He has appeared in many radio shows including I'm sorry I haven't a Clue, Just a Minute, The News Quiz, Weekending and Loose Ends.
What he offers you
Tony has an aptitude for ad-libbing and can easily incorporate characters and information into his slick comedy routines making him a popular choice as a host for award ceremonies, as well as being sought after as an after dinner speaker.
How he presents
Tony's quick fire responses and up to the minute humour are always well received and he also plays piano, guitar and drums and sings between his amusing anecdotes.
He presents in English.
Want to know more?
Give us a call or send us an e-mail to find out exactly what he could bring to your event.
How to book Tony Hawks?
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To discuss how we can help find the right speaker for your organization,
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