This Yorkshire comedian has clocked up a huge amount of gigs all over the UK as well as in Holland & Norway and is now a regular feature in most of the UK’s well known comedy clubs.
Becoming known for his intricately woven, gag-packed stories by adding a touch of the absurd to his askance glance at everyday life, Rob has won a host of awards. In 2016 Rob was a finalist in the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian Of The Year and runner-up in the Yorkshire Fringe Comedian Of The Year, he was named Hilarity Bites Comedian of the Year and Beat The Frog World Series Champion in 2015 and won the Funhouse Comedy Champion of Champions 2014.
He has been performing live stand-up for the last 14 years – with four Edinburgh solo shows under his belt – and has been the host of his own TV, radio and online shows on BBC2, BBC Radio1, The Capital FM breakfast show, plus host of Gfinity Esports shows and YouTube football channel Copa90 – where his Eurofan escapades have notched up over 8 million views.
Tom has made guest appearances on BBC2’s The Rob Brydon Show, Dave’s One Night Stand and ITV2’s Fake Reaction
He is currently the host of F1 Esports Pro Series . A journey into the world of Esports has led Tom to host on the Sky F1 channel for the first ever F1 sports tournament which took place during the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix of 2017. Tom has hosted every year including the Virtual Grand Prix Series which drew a record breaking 30million views across TV and Digital platforms. The 2021 series will be back and bigger than ever.
Justin Moorhouse is an English stand-up comedian and radio DJ from Manchester. He appeared in Peter Kay’s Phoenix Nights and Looking for Eric.
Moorhouse was a salesman for many years before contacting a comedy club and performing a stand-up comedy routine, aged 29. In 2002 he competed in a local comedy competition, winning the final held at the Comedy Store Manchester. Soon afterwards, he performed in a comedy tour, before getting the role of Young Kenny in Phoenix Nights. Although Young Kenny is a Manchester City supporter, Moorhouse himself supports their rivals, Manchester United.
Moorhouse appeared in the film Looking for Eric as “Spleen”.