Jack Carroll

Comedian, Actor and Writer

Jack Carroll is a 25 year old old comedian, actor and writer. Aged 11, he starred in CBBC sketch show Ministry of Curious Stuff with Vic Reeves, going on to win a Pride of Britain award at 12, was runner-up on Britain’s got talent aged 14 and was nominated for a National Soap Award aged 15 for his appearance in Doctors. What he did when he was 13 remains a mystery.

Since then, Jack made stand-up appearances on Live at the Apollo and Frankie Boyle’s New World Order, has acted in 4 series of the Sky One Sitcom Trollied and starred in feature film Eaten By Lions. As well as acting and stand up, he is a graduate of the BBC Writersroom.

Jack recently wrote and starred in the sitcom pilot ‘Mobility’ for the BBC which we highly recommend you catch here

2023 saw Jack undertake the role of Bobby Barlow in the Nations’ favourite soap ‘Coronation Street’.

His other attributes include Cerebral palsy, an amazing ability to write about himself in the third person, his brilliant intellect and his modesty.


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