Curtis Walker is ‘The Don’ of black comedy.
As a standup, Curtis has toured his own one man show, “Right Now” throughout the UK in some of its finest venues. He has also has made audiences laugh in places such as America, Australia, Spain, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Holland and most recently, the Middle East.
As an actor, he had the privilege of working with Maya Angelou, (Moon On A Rainbow Shawl) and Lenny Henry (Lenny Henry Show, Now What, Almost Always Africa) and appeared in Kathy Burke’s (penned) film, “The End”. Curtis is also the voice of Carlton in the BBC Children’s comedy Kerching!
Curtis co-hosted Paramount City (BBC) and was a regular contributor in The Real McCoy (BBC) and Blouse & Skirt (BBC). His other television credits include They Think It’s All Over (BBC), Jonathan Ross (Ch. 4), Black Britain (BBC), Glastonbury 2000 (BBC), The Stand Up Show (Ch. 5), Urban Heat (BBC).
Curtis has been awarded the BICA Best Male Standup and the Top Carlton TV Multicultural Entertainment & Comedy Award. After a standout performance at the Birmingham Symphony Hall, the great Nelson Mandela shook Curtis’ hand – twice!
Curtis is also the face behind the NHS Organ Donor Register campaign to which 10 million people have added their names.
“...moves an audience in a way I’ve never seen a standup do before” The Guardian
“There’s no substitute for seeing him live” The Guardian
“One of the funniest guys in Britain” David Bowie