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Glenn Wool

Glenn WOOL (Canada/UK)

Global headliners originally from Canada, now resident in the UK

“.. An hour with Glenn Wool is worth about ten hours with many other comics.”

★★★★★ The Scotsman

Glenn Wool began his comedy career in his hometown of Vancouver in 1995… Made the move to London in 1998 and quickly became one of the rising stars, and household names on the UK & European comedy circuits.

He has toured all over the world including: Australia, New Zealand, USA, South Africa, Switzerland, France, Croatia, Arabia & Asia (to name a few!)

“Seeing Glenn Wool perform should be made compulsory for the melancholy. There’s no way you won’t feel a bit better about the world afterwards. Lethally funny”

★★★★★ Metro

Winning over audiences globally and a TV favourite on the Melbourne, Sydney & New Zealand International Comedy Galas. Glenn was nominated for Best International Act at the New Zealand Comedy Awards and was twice nominated as Best Headliner at the Chortle Awards.

 “Absolutely hilarious” ★★★★ The Independent

His impressive array of TV credits include John Oliver’s 'New York Stand-Up Show' as well as appearances on: The Green Room with Paul Provenza, 8 Out of 10 Cats, Never Mind the Buzzcocks and Russell Howard’s Good News! Glenn was also a highlight on The John Bishop Show (BBC1) and Doug Stanhope’s The Comedians' Comedian's Comedians (SeeSo), which was recorded at SXSW!

  He also hosted a new NBC series Before the Morning After.

You would have heard him alongside his co-host Frankie Boyle on their podcast Freestyle or his new podcast he hosts with Irish funny man Andrew Maxwell

When he is not on the road he is a popular addition to many of the UK music festivals comedy stages including: Reading & Leeds, Bestival, Download, Sonisphere & Glastonbury! Glenn has also been lending his voice along with Katherine Ryan to the BAFTA award-winning Lottie Bearshout: Good as Goaled - for Disney! 

“.. Edgy, imaginative, funny and original, Canadian born Wool sets the standards!”

★★★★ Daily Telegraph

“Why aren't you in a queue somewhere buying a ticket?"

★★★★ The Scotsman