Comedian and comedy host Jack Dee is renowned for his dry sense of humour. He is an ideal choice as a comedy awards host for corporate events.
Since The Jack Dee Show hit the small screen in February 1992, he has become a household name. Jack left a Winchester comprehensive to start a career in catering. Realising his dour persona got more laughs than respect in the restaurant business, he followed up the advice of numerous colleagues and customers and took to the boards. That was in 1988 and Jack Dee has not looked back since. Jack went on to write and star in many acclaimed TV comedies, including Jack Dee’s Saturday Night and Jack Dee’s Happy Hour. He hosted the BAFTA-nominated Jack Dee Live at the Apollo.
Jack replaced Humphrey Lyttelton as the chairman of the widely adored BBC Radio 4 ‘antidote to panel games’ I’m Sorry, I Haven’t A Clue. He has also co-written and starred in two of his own sitcoms, four series of Lead Balloon for BBC Two, and two series of the hit ITV show Bad Move.
Jack developed and appeared in the collaborative live show called Jack Dee’s HelpDesk, which toured live around the country and was televised on BBC Two. He also starred in Channel 4’s topical comedy series Power Monkeys.
Other TV includes hosting the hugely popular show The Apprentice: You’re Fired .
Jack has starred as Geoff in three series of the hit BBC sitcom Josh. His autobiography, Thanks For Nothing, was a best-seller.