As seen on Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3) and Comedy Rocks (ITV1), Chris Ramsey has experienced a meteoric rise to the top of the comedy circuit since being a finalist in the Chortle Student Comedy Awards and the Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year competition in 2009.
Chris made his Edinburgh Festival debut in 2009, appearing as part of the Comedy Zone at the Pleasance - the Fringe's longest-running and most prestigious stand-up showcase. He returned to the festival in 2010 with his sell-out hit solo stand up show, Chris Ramsey: Aggrophobic, and is currently working on a new stand-up show, to be debuted at the Edinburgh Festival this summer.
Chris Ramsey regularly comperes and performs at some of the biggest clubs in the UK including The Glee, Komedia, Up The Creek, The Frog & Bucket, and Last Laugh to name but a few. However Chris' live performances are not restricted to comedy clubs, as he has also supported some of the biggest names in comedy on tour, including; LEE MACK, RUSSELL HOWARD, RUSSELL KANE and, more recently, AL MURRAY THE PUB LANDLORD on a massive 40+ date UK tour in such prestigious venues as The Hammersmith Apollo.
As well as live performances and TV appearances Chris is fast becoming a familiar voice on the radio, with regular guest slots on Radio 1's Review show, an interview on Frank Skinner's Absolute Radio Show and as a mentor on BBC Radio's "Stand Up For Comic Relief".
Chris Ramsey has provided studio warm-up for Lee Nelson's Well Good Show (BBC Three), John Bishop's Britain (BBC One) and The Graham Norton Show (BBC One) and has recorded a pilot for E4 with Chris Addison.