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Lloyd Griffith Bio

Sky One ‘Soccer AM’ host & Jack Whitehall tour support – Lloyd Griffith, has fronted his own critically acclaimed BBC documentary ‘Can You Meet The Bookies’ where he embarked on an experiment to find out if he could uncover the secrets of gambling success and the truth about the industry (4 stars, The Guardian).

TV appearances include ‘8 Out of 10 Cats’ (E4), ‘Richard Osman’s House of Games’ (BBC), ‘Comedy Games Night’ (CC), ‘Jonathan Ross’ Comedy Club (ITV1) ‘Stand Up Sketch Show’ (ITV), ‘Pointless Celebrities’ (BBC One), ‘Roast Battle’ (Comedy Central), ‘Comedy Central at the Comedy Store’ (Comedy Central), ‘Celebability’(ITV), ‘Taxi to Training’ (BBC), ‘Nick Helm’s Comfort Eating’ (Dave), ‘Song of Praise’ and ‘BBC Proms 2022’ (BBC Two), ‘Flinch’ (Netflix).

As an actor his credits include roles in Emmy Award winning series ‘Ted Lasso’ (Apple), ‘It’s a Sin’ (C4), ‘Not Going Out’ (BBC One) and Mark Wahlberg’s feature film ‘Infinite’. This spring you’ll be able to see him in the new series of ‘Bad Education’ (BBC Three), ‘Everyone Else Burns’ (C4) and Russell T Davies’ new series ‘Nolly’ in which he plays much loved ‘Benny’ aka ‘Paul Henry’ from Crossroads, opposite Helena Bonham Carter (ITV).

Lloyd was awarded the Screen Actors Guild Award Honours for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series for Ted Lasso Series 2.

Still a very active singer Lloyd can be heard performing with the choirs of Westminster Abbey, St George’s Chapel – Windsor Castle and various other nationwide groups.

‘This is a warm, relatable and hilarious show. Lloyd bounces off the audience and has everyone laughing along with him. An hour of uplifting stand-up that’ll have you smiling for days.’ ★★★★ Sunday Post

Punchy gags and jaw-dropping voice.’ Bruce Dessau – Evening Standard

‘Disarmingly good.’ Dominic Maxwell – The Times