Peeking inside the Technicolor mind of one of Britain's finest comic talents and you will find Terry Alderton desperately doing battle with "The Voices", two unpredictable and hilarious voices in his head.
Though often a challenge to Terry, these two different sides of his ego/conscience often lead him into unpredictable comedy routines where no two shows are ever the same.
Terry Alderton is one of the most exciting comedians around, regularly performing all over the globe. Terry has been Perrier nominated in Edinburgh and won the 3 Weeks Critics award as well as playing the Melbourne Comedy Festival, New Zealand Comedy Festival, India, Edinburgh Comedy Festival, Canada’s Just For Laughs, Dublin and Galway Comedy Festivals and many more.
As an actor, Terry is also recognisable to fans as Terry Spraggan in Eastenders and Charlie Mead in the popular ITV drama, London’s Burning.
Michael McIntyre has found Terry as a source of inspiration. He has worked with Joan Rivers who became an instant fan and Eddie Izzard who proclaimed him to be a 'very funny comic with a fantastic comedy mind', but someone who really ought to seek some sort of professional help.
His TV stand up credits include, Live At The Apollo (BBC), Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave), Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Road Show (BBC), The Stand Up Show (BBC), Live At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central), Just For Laughs Comedy Gala (Montreal), All Stars Comedy Gala (Melbourne), All Stars Gala (New Zealand), and The Waverley Gala (Edinburgh).
Terry also hosted the BBC's National Lottery, 'Red Alert', with Lulu for the BBC Joy of Text (BBC1) Winning World Cup Tickets (ITV1) It Shouldn't Be On TV (Sky1) Bleeding Thumbs (BBC2) Game Stars (ITV1).
Terry Alderton’s film work has included, Black Ball (directed by the late Mel Smith), Keeping Mum, The Jam, The Bird House, Oblivious, The Flirting Club, and Brahms and Liszt.