Award Winning Writer, Presenter and Comedian

Tom Craine is an award winning writer, presenter and stand-up comedian as seen on shows such as Drunk History on Comedy Central, Russell Howard’s Good News for BBC3, and The Last Leg: Correspondents on Channel 4. He is the co-host of the comedy history podcast Oh, What A Time alongside Elis James & Chris Scull as well as being co-host of the food and comedy podcast My Favourite Takeaway and his critically acclaimed BBC Radio 4 sitcom ReincarNathan will soon return for a third series, having been nominated for Best Scripted Comedy at the BBC Audio Drama Awards, as well as both Best Scripted Storytelling and Funniest Show at the ARIAS.

At the Edinburgh Festival Tom has gained countless 4 and 5 star reviews for his stand up shows, being listed in the Top 5 shows at the Fringe by The Times Newspaper, and gaining Critics’ choice in The Guardian, New Statesman, Daily Mail and Independent. 

Tom is a regular write for Channel 4's The Last Leg, and has written for series such as Fantasy Football for Sky Comedy, Michael Mcintyres Big Show for BBC One and Mel Geidroyc: Unforgiveable for UKTV. Tom also co created the comedy game show Hypothetical for DAVE.  

Tom is a co-creator of the hit panel show “Hypothetical” for DAVE, (nominated for Best Entertainment Show at the Broadcast Awards), which has just been recommissioned for a fourth series. He co-wrote three series of the BBC3 sitcom “JOSH”, with Josh Widdicombe, as well as writing and appearing in two series of “Climaxed” for BBC3. Tom also starred in the sketch group “Jigsaw”, appearing in two series of their BBC Radio 4 sketch show, following three consecutive sell out runs at the Edinburgh Festival. Other credits include The Tom Craine Story Show for Radio X, investigative reports for Inside Out (BBC1), and presenting the history documentary Glastonbury: Jesus to Jay-Z for BBC1.


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