Daniel Sloss is a Scottish comedian, actor and writer. Whilst still a teenager, Sloss established a national reputation as a live and television performer. His career...Read More
Daniel Sloss is a Scottish comedian, actor and writer. Whilst still a teenager, Sloss established a national reputation as a live and television performer. His career started in August 2008 at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, when he became one of the youngest ever finalists in the UK’s So You Think You’re Funny? comedy competition. After a sell out show at the Fringe in 2009, he transferred with Daniel Sloss: Teenage Kicks to Soho Theatre, breaking records as the youngest comedian to perform a solo season in the London’s West End. He appeared on Channel 4’s Paul O’Grady Show in 2009, and in 2010, at the young age of 19, the BBC commissioned the sitcom pilot The Adventures of Daniel, in which he starred. Sloss’s 2010 Edinburgh Festival show again sold out and transferred to the Soho Theatre before moving into London’s Bloomsbury Theatre and then touring Scotland. Not only popular in Ireland and the UK’s major comedy clubs, in 2010 he made his Australian debut appearing on the TV panel show Good News Week and has had sell out shows at the Sydney Comedy Festival. In March 2011, he made his debut at the Hammersmith Apollo alongside Dara Ó Briain to support wildlife charity Our Disappearing Planet. He is set to appear in Glasgow’s King’s Theatre in March 2013.
Sloss has also collaborated extensively with other famous comedians, writing material for Frankie Boyle for two series of BBC’s Mock the Week at the age of 16 and 17. In 2010, he featured on BBC1’s Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow and on the first series of BBC2's The Rob Brydon Show alongside other guest Stephen Fry. Other appearances include on Channel 4’s 8 out of 10 Cats, a performance on ITV1’s Jason Manford's Comedy Rocks, and participation as a panelist with David Walliams on Mock the Week for the BBC's Comic Relief marathon online broadcast.
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