Tim Renkow

Last year, Tim Renkow won the title of Leicester Square New Comedian of the Year, this year he was nominated for Best Newcomer at the Chortle Awards and won the prestigious Amused Moose Laugh Off Award. He has also been awarded severe Cerebral Palsy, by God.

Hailing from Memphis Tennessee, Tim has a unique viewpoint as a disabled American immigrant living in Great Britain. He is brutally honest, shockingly sharp and has a dark, cutting yet cheerful sense of humour. No subject is off limits for Tim.

2014 saw Tim take his debut solo show ‘At Least Hell Has Ramps’ to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. As well as features in The Guardian, The British Comedy Guide and London Is Funny, he gained 4 star reviews from the likes of Kate Copstick (Scotsman), Chortle and Broadway Baby.

Tim recently returned from the Edinburgh Fringe where he performed his current show ‘Kim Jong Un, Mohammed, Jesus and Power Hungry Maniacs’ for a full run at the Hive, garnering 4 star reviews from the likes of Kate Copstick, Fest and The Skinny. Kate Copstick also chose Tim as a contender for the Edinburgh Comedy Award. He took the show to London’s Museum of Comedy on the 1st and 2nd October.

For more information contact: Hannah Linnen on 0207 428 8400/ hannah@johnnoel.com

TitleRoleDetailChannel
A Brief History Of TimPerformer and co-writerA humorous take on what life is like for a comedian living with Cerebral Palsy Gogglebox Entertainment for BBC 3 Comedy Feeds
Before the Night After
2015
PanelistNBC
Off Their Rockers
2014
WriterHidden camera sketch show for ITV in which the older generation prank young people.CPL Productions for ITV2
Fresh From The Fringe
2013
Stand-upShowcase of the best new comedy actsBBC in-house for BBC Radio 2
Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival
2015
Stand-upDave Channel
Glasgow Comedy Festival
2015
Stand-upPerformed- 'Less Disabled Than Scotland'
Soho Theatre
2015
Stand-upPerformed his show 'At Least Hell Has Ramps'
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
2015
Stand-upTim performed his show 'Kim Jong-Un, Mohammed, Jesus and Other Power Hungry Maniacs' and 'The Late Night Dark Show' along with Bobby Mair
Nottingham Comedy Festival
2015
Stand-up
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
2014
Stand-upPerformed his show 'At Least Hell Has Ramps'