SEANN WALSH NEWS
A new episode of the comedy podcast presented by Seann (with assistance from one-liner merchant, also a fanatic cinema goer, Mark Simmons) has gone online today. Check it out below, or at audioBoom.
Each week, they'll go through the box office top five, and set each other the challenge of watching a film they think the other will hate.
They'll also talk to a guest comedian each week about their favourite and least favourite films.
Tune in tonight (Monday 15th June) as Russell Kane joins Spencer and Binky from Made in Chelsea, David Morgan and Colin Furze as well as host Kevin McHale and team captains Seann Walsh and Chris Stark for Virtually Famous on E4 at 10:00pm.
Other episodes of the show can found here.
Catch Russell at the Leicester Square in April next spring, tickets available here.
Romesh Ranganathan and Seann Walsh will be regulars on ITV's Play to the Whistle, which starts this Saturday (11th April) at 9:20pm, with the first episode's guest Rob Beckett. Future series guests will also include Rob Beckett.
Hosted by Holly Willoughby, Play to the Whistle is a comedy entertainment show with sport at its heart.
Frank Lampard and Bradley Walsh will don their captain's armbands and will be joined by the very best global talent and the funniest comedians to play on their teams.
Seann Walsh will be acting as the series' comic umpire, and with teams using their encyclopaedic sporting knowledge, their funny bones or physical skills, each round is only completed at the sound of Holly's whistle.
After a hugely successful debut series earlier this year, E4's hit panel show Virtually Famous has been re-commissioned for a further two series.
Kevin McHale returns to the helm as presenter, and also coming back are team captains comedian Seann Walsh and Chris Stark.
As ever, there will be no shortage of hilarious material for the panels to discuss. From globally famous viral memes and twitter rants to the greatest You Tube posts and Vine shorts, the rival teams will be battling for points over the online moments that have got the world laughing.
Check out the new video by Seann Walsh in advance of his tour, 28.
To find out where he’s performing near you, click here.
Seann Walsh has managed to search deep inside himself to find the inner strength to get out of bed and all the way into his support act’s car, parked just outside his flat just for you. Before you commend him too much for this act of heroism, be aware he will sleep in the car.
Seann Walsh is to be the new team captain on the Dave panel show Argumental.
The debate show is being rebooted with Sean Lock replacing John Sergeant as chairman and Robert Webb as a team captain.
Seann will be getting his first regular TV job as the opposing captain over the eight forty minute episodes.
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Charming and charismatic, a natural motor-mouth, Brighton’s Seann Walsh is the most frighteningly precocious talent to emerge from the UK comedy circuit in ages.
Within two years of his first comedy performance in 2007, Seann became the winner of the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year. Shortly after, other accolades included Chortle Best Breakthrough Act Nominee 2010 and Chortle Best Compere Nominee 2011.
Walsh’s assured delivery and self deprecating silliness would enable him to star on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow and BBC2’s Mock The Week and has now seen him listed as one of DAVE’s top 10 stand-ups to catch in 2011.
Seann’s total sell-out debut solo Edinburgh Fringe Show, I Would Happily Punch Myself In The Face received rave reviews.
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‘Unquestionably the best observational comic of his generation’ – The Guardian
‘… with the looks, gags and charm to become something quite special, Walsh is this generation’s Dylan Moran’ – Time Out
‘A solid gagsmith with a disarming presence’ – The Independent
‘… a gifted observational comedian… a well rounded, accomplished performer… undoubtably a star in the very near future’ – The Scotsman