Professional Cabaret Artist
The Essex born comedian was first seen on UK television on New
Faces. Following this he also appeared on Surprise, Surprise,
which led to a nationwide theatre tour with Richard Digance.
Ian is currently touring Great Britain with
an extremely competitive profession, where many club comedians fall by
the wayside, Ian has developed a unique style of humour that is
attracting the attention of promoters, corporate clients,
and television producers alike.
In addition to performing his own first class cabaret act, Ian is an
established compere, which does help to ensure the smooth running of
After being the warm-up artist for Les Dawson's show
Blankety blank, Ian was invited back by the BBC to work on
Brush Strokes, Bread, Fast Friends, and In Sickness and in Health as
the warm-up artist.
Ian has performed with some of the country's leading entertainers
including: Elkie Brooks, Jim Davidson, and Jimmy Tarbuck. His
appearance on Celebrity Squares and Pebble Mill led to his
own half hour TV show called Stand and Deliver.
Following on from this, he was invited to entertain aboard several
cruise liners as a visiting artist. In addition to his extensive club
appearances, Ian has appeared in concert with star cabaret performers
such as: The Four Tops, The Drifters, Smokie Robinson, and in a
one off special he supported Lionel Richie in London for the
Music Industry Awards dinner.
When Ian performed at the London Palladium, he was on the bill
with Dame Vera Lynn, David Copperfield, and Mike Yarwood, and for
a second time Ian supported Richard Digance on tour which
culminated in him performing at Her Majesty's Theatre, (London)
with great success.