Daniel Foxx



Daniel, a London-based comedian and writer, is celebrated for his award-winning comedy and effortless delivery. With a knack for sharp humor, he's swiftly become one of the most promising new talents in the UK comedy scene. His comedic sketches online have garnered millions of views, amassing a substantial online fanbase.

Daniel's on-screen appearances include performances on BBC One and BBC Three as part of the BBC New Comedy Awards. Onstage, he's won over audiences across the UK, provided tour support for notable comedians like Josh Widdicombe and Sofie Hagen, and earned various accolades. These include a Writers' Guild Award nomination, the prestigious Brighton Fringe Award for Excellence, and a finalist position in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards.

Whether exploring themes like growing up gay, dissecting pop culture, or delving into politics, Daniel brings his signature light-hearted touch and quick wit to uncover humor in unexpected places.

Beyond stand-up, Daniel is a versatile writer with contributions to plays, screenplays, and musical theatre. He co-writes with his frequent collaborator, Robyn Grant, for Fat Rascal Theatre. Their recent project, "Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula the Sea Witch," headlined the Underbelly Festival in 2022 and was previously a sold-out hit at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2019. It was named Theatre Weekly's Best Musical of the Fringe and earned Foxx and Grant a nomination for Best Musical Theatre Book Writing at the Writers' Guild of Great Britain Awards in 2020.

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