Henry Paker




Following a brief career in computer animation Henry Paker decided that stand up comedy was going to be his thing. 
He started out taking his own brand of stand up to rooms above pubs, then he graduated to rooms below pubs and eventually descended to the main body of the pub itself. 
He won the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year award in 2008 and it dawned on him that perhaps he was onto something. Since then Henry's many comic talents have seen him carve out a career as a comic writer, stand up, actor and cartoonist.
His first solo stand up show at the Edinburgh Festival came in 2010 and was followed by his acclaimed show Cabin Fever in 2011 and then with Classic Paker in 2013.  His narrative comedy show, The Golden Lizard, won him and Mike Wozniak the Best New Show at the Leicester Comedy Festival in 2011, which was followed by a sell out a run at the Soho Theatre in London.
TV appearances include Russell Howard's Good News, Seann Walsh World and Edinburgh and Beyond. Henry also co writes and stars in the Radio 4 sketch show Small Scenes, and has also appeared on Russell Kane's Whistle Stop Tour, Act your Age and Arthur Smith's Balham Bash.

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