Bobby Mair Stand-up Comedian / Comedy Actor

Bobby Mair is a disturbingly exciting new comedian, having graced our screens in the last season of Channel 4’s ‘8 out of 10 Cats’ and BBC3’s ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’. Most recently he was the opening act at the 2014 NME Awards and he also appeared on post Edinburgh Fringe best of highlights show, BBC3’s, ‘Seann Walsh’s Late Night Comedy Spectacular’. His most recent assault on our TV screens shows him kissing audience members on the current series of ‘Sweat the Small Stuff’ for BBC3. Bobby made a second consecutive appearance at ‘Just For Laughs’ in July of this year, taping a Best of the Fest gala with ‘roastmaster’ Jeff Ross.

Later this year, Bobby can be seen on Series 11 of Live At The Comedy Store, produced by Open Mike Productions for Comedy Central, as well as Alex Zane’s Funny Rotten Scoundrels: Live from the Century Club as part of the London Live channel. Hosted by Alex Zane, this series brings one of London’s newest, coolest stand-up comedy nights to TV. Recorded at London’s legendary Century Club, it will feature a well-crafted mix of new, comic talent alongside well known acts.

His debut Edinburgh show ‘Obviously Adopted’ garnered rave reviews this year. A dark and honest hour of Bobby’s stand up; The Guardian called it ‘a bona fide tour de force’ and he received four stars from The Scotsman which said rightly that Bobby ‘will stamp pictures in your brain that may never go away’. Half way through the run, Jimmy Carr came to see Obviously Adopted and said Bobby is “A brilliant stand up. He’s either going to be a huge international star or the funniest homeless man ever’. He didn’t have long to rest after Edinburgh as he was invited to perform the show for a finale run at London’s prestigious Soho Theatre.

Bobby began stand up when he attended Humber College’s Comedy Writing and Performance Program in 2005, but dropped out after finding the daily confines of school stopped him from doing what he loved most, gigging constantly. He continued performing and his daring material quickly made him a strong name in the stand up community. He was awarded the ‘People’s Choice Winner’ in the prestigious Canadian comedy competition ‘Stand Up and Bite Me’ in 2009. That year he was also nominated for ‘Best Newcomer’ at the ‘Canadian Comedy Awards’. In June 2011 he won the entire ‘Stand Up and Bite Me’ contest walking away with $10,000. That gave him the money he needed to move to the London. He left three weeks later. The Stage praised his performance by saying “Mair exudes a kind of effortless awkwardness and brings something fresh and downright disturbing. A bright, dark future surely awaits.” At the time Bobby was making money as a medical lab rat, so whilst happy he had the cash to move to the UK, he says of the win “I think I was most excited that my veins got time to heal”. He returned to Canada that same year to film a 30 minute nationally televised comedy special entitled ‘Comedy Now’. Out of 13 other stand up specials it was chosen as the series premier on CTV in March 2012.

The UK move saw Bobby gain instant notoriety as he secured a three day stint opening for his favourite comedian Doug Stanhope at Leicester Square Theatre. “He let me go on stage because I hung around for 2 days staring at him in Montreal”. Bobby is definitely one to watch, carefully.

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Bobby and Harriet Get Married

Actor and co-writerA structured reality comedy series that follows stand-up comedians Bobby Mair and Harriet Kemsley.

Two young people who are hopelessly, drunkenly, sweetly, confusingly in love with each other. But with just five weeks to plan their real-life wedding, a history of drugs and infidelity, and a bumpy relationship to boot, will Bobby and Harriet make it down the aisle?
Rockerdale Studios for Viceland
BBC Life Lessons

Performer/Writer Bobby Mair discusses his top ten tips on how to live like a king (when you're a scumbag)Me & You Productions for BBC3
Sam Delaney's News Thing

Writer and performerHosted by journalist and author Sam Delaney, each weekly episode features a panel of top comedians, a clever political guest dragged kicking and screaming from their proper job and a load of other stuff to keep you abreast of all the big issues. Studio Sixty Billion for Russia Today
Laugh Out Loud

ContributorTalking Heads compilation show featuring hilarious clips from around the globe.Mentorn Media for Channel 5
Virtually Famous

PanellistVirtually Famous is a British comedy panel game show currently presented by Chris Ramsey. In each episode two teams of three panelists compete.Talkback for E4
World Of Weird

PresenterA team of intrepid reporters present the world's most outlandish, extraordinary and unbelievable people, situations and phenomena.Lion Television for Channel 4
Safe Word
June 2016
PanellistPanel show hosted by Rick Edwards in which Bobby and other comedians dissect celebrities personal and private livesSTV London for ITV
Writer and PerformerBrand new comedy series driven by the topics and events people have been talking about.Talkback for ITV2
Learn It or Burn It

PerformerNew web mini series featuring some of Youtube's most popular stars, filmed in a documentary style.Maker Studios for Youtube
Talking Heads

PanellistBobby Mair joins the panel for MTV Talking Heads MTV
What if Katie Hopkins Ruled the World
July 2015
PanellistKatie Hopkins invites comedians and celebrities to debate her controversial viewsMentorn Media
Safe Word
July 2015
PanellistPanel show hosted by Rick Edwards in which Bobby and other comedians dissect celebrities personal and private livesSTV London for ITV
March 2015
Voiceover ArtistStarring Kerry Shale, Adam Longworth, Carl Fospero
Animated sitcom about a family of hard-as-nails bikers trying to live together
The Spin Kick Brothers Wildseed Studios
Reality Bites
February 2015
PanellistStarring Stephen Mulhern, Emma Willis and Joel Dommett
Comedy panel show about reality television
Hungry Bear TV for ITV
Virtually Famous
February 2015
PanellistGlee star Kevin McHale hosts a comedy panel show which celebrates weird and wonderful online sensationsTalkback for Channel 4
The Bobby Mair Show
Writer and PerformerBobby hosts his own online comedy show Comedy central online
Never Mind the Buzzcocks
December 2014
PanellistLong running quiz show with a comedic quiz that tests the contestants knowledge of music Talkback for BBC3 Online
The Vacuum
October 2014
Writer and PerformerMulti-talent online comedy programme written and performed by BobbyTalkback for BBC3 Online
Virtually Famous
July 2014
PanellistGlee star Kevin McHale hosts a comedy panel show which celebrates weird and wonderful online sensationsTalkback for Channel 4
KSI Demolished
June 2014
Comedian Guest comedians give YouTube KSI a roastingComedy Central
Sweat The Small StuffGuest PanelistNick Grimshaw hosts the panel show that makes a big deal about the little things in life.
Starring: Foxes, Marvin Humes and Yasmine Akram with Bobby Mair and team captains Melvin O'Doom and Rochelle Humes
Talk Back for BBC3
Alex Zane's Funny Rotten Scoundrels: Live at the Century ClubStand Up ComedianStand-up series for London Live hosted by Alex ZaneAlaska TV for London Live
Live At The Comedy Store, Series 2Stand Up ComedianStarring Bobby MairComedy Central/ Open Mike Productions
BAFTA Talking HeadsStand Up ComedianBBC3
NME Awards 2014Opening ActStarring Blondie, Artic Monkeys NME
Stand Up for the WeekWriterStarring Paul Chowdhry, Sean Walsh, Josh Widdicombe, Simon Evans, Romesh Ragananthan, Angela BarnesOpen Mike, Channel 4
Seann Walsh's Late Night Comedy Spectacular
1x 60' Summer 2013
Stand Up Comedian Starring Seann Walsh, Tom Rosenthal, Bobby Mair, Aisling BeaBBC in House for BBC3
Russell Howard's Good News
1x30' Summer 2012
Stand Up ComedianStarring Russell Howard, Bobby MairAvalon for BBC3
George Stroumboulopolous Tonight
3x20' February/March/April 2013
PanellistStarring George Stroumboulopolous, Bobby MairCTV
8 Out of 10 Cats
1 x 30' Autumn 2012
PanellistStarring Jimmy Carr, Sean Lock, Jon Richardson, Bobby Mair

Jimmy Carr hosts the irreverent comedy panel show based on opinion polls. So what's better-kittens or Christmans? Let The Great British Public decide..
Zeppotron, Channel 4
Comedy Now
1x 30' March 2012
Stand Up Comedian Starring Bobby Mair
Bobby won the entire 2011 'Stand Up and Bite Me' contest walking away with $10,000. A 30 minute nationally televised comedy special followed, entitled, "Comedy Now"
Great Canadian Laugh Off
1x 30' 2010
Stand Up ComedianStarring Bobby Mair
Bobby was a quarter finalist in Yuk Yuk's Great Canadian Laugh Off.