Greg Davies is one of the UKs favorite actors and stand-up comedians. His performances bring genuine star quality to any corporate event and he is highly experienced in both hosting corporate awards ceremonies and performing after-dinner cabaret slots.
Greg is the writer and star of the hit Channel 4 sitcom Man Down: “scales new heights of brilliance” (The Times), which returned for a fourth series in 2017. After playing infamously psychotic Head of Sixth Form ‘Mr Gilbert’ in The Inbetweeners (Channel 4) and its two spin-off feature films, Greg starred in three series of BBC Three’s Cuckoo alongside Andy Samberg and Taylor Lautner, which earned him a BAFTA nomination for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme- series four will air later this year. Greg is the host of Dave’s hit comedy show Taskmaster, which was first broadcast in 2015 and returns for its sixth series in 2018. Taskmaster was nominated for Best Comedy Entertainment at the 2017 and 2018 BAFTAs, for the International Emmy Awards Non-Scripted Entertainment 2017, Royal Television Society Awards Best Entertainment Programme in 2017 and for the Broadcast Awards Best Entertainment Show in 2016, which it went on to win in 2018.
As a stand-up, Greg’s debut solo show Firing Cheeseballs At A Dog was nominated for the prestigious Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Award in 2010, and went on to have a three-time extended sell-out national tour. In 2013 Greg returned with another sell-out tour with The Back of My Mum’s Head. The DVDs for both shows became Top 10 bestsellers. Greg’s 2017 tour, You Magnificent Beast sold out the Hammersmith Apollo and Cardiff Motorpoint Arena and was later released as a Netflix Special.
Greg’s numerous TV appearances include hosting Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC Two) and Live At The Apollo (BBC One). He has also made guest appearances on Big Fat Quiz of the Year (Channel 4), Travel Man(Channel 4), The Royal Variety Show, Room 101 (BBC One), Mock The Week (BBC Two), and 8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4). He guest appeared and was team captain on BBC One’s Would I Lie To You. Greg was also team captain on two series of Ask Rhod Gilbert (BBC One) with whom he also appeared on BBC Two’s Dangerous Roads. Greg appeared as King Hydroflax in the Dr. Who Christmas special in 2015. In 2018, he hosted the prestigious Royal Variety Performance.
Greg was previously one third of the sketch trio We Are Klang, which performed four sell-out Edinburgh Festival shows and was nominated in 2006 for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. With We Are Klang, Greg wrote and starred in the group’s own sitcom series and a one-off comedy entertainment special for BBC Three.
“I have worked on over 200 awards dinners over the years and I can honestly say that Greg Davies’ hosting skills and performances rate in my top ten of all time. My publishing company clients that I work on behalf of also agree.” DF Entertainment
“Greg was really fantastic. His comedy was great and pitched at just the right level (not too rude / not too tame) for the crowd. He also got a good balance of being a bit cheeky to our suppliers but making sure they all left loving him. Our guests definitely thought he was a success!” uSwitch Awards
Greg had the audience in stitches for his set. My own Director was telling me today how hard he laughed! Thank you for making it such a smooth booking and look forward to working with you again on something else in the future.” Neon Events, for Microsoft MicroFest