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The most famous COMEDIAN no one's ever heard of
It’s me, Jack. Thanks so much for visiting my website. Have a look around, make yourself comfortable. I'm a comedian. You might recognise from being on crisp packets (McCoys) , or Catastrophe (Channel 4), the Russell Howard Hour (Sky One), Cuckoo (BBC), Elevenish (ITV2). I've also written for Mock the Week and supported people like James Acaster, Joe Lycett and Russell Howard.
When I get lonely doing all of the sweet sweet stand up comedy on my own, I also like to perform with my identical twin sister from another mister, Annie McGrath. Our double act is called Twins, and it’s really fun.
EdFest Magazine ***** - "The finest of British comedy...effortlessly endearing."
The Sunday Times ****
The Skinny ****
EdFringe Review *****
Edinburgh Reporter ****
Fest - “A pleasing, assured presence…a degree of skill that belies his youth.”
The List **** - "Barry is so laid back he's almost horizontal."
Chortle - "One to watch."
Three Weeks - "Instantly likeable”
Broadway Baby - “Barry is Eddie Izzard-like in his excellent use of callbacks… a chipper, friendly, and optimistic performer with a strong debut hour of stand-up and enormous potential…I anticipate the rest of his career with great interest.”
Why does everyone spend all their money on stuff? Why is staff the last thing you spend your money on? This is a film about if it was the other way around.