Scotland's half-man-half-Xbox, hormone-ridden comic prodigy started doing stand-up aged 16 and appeared on Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Jason Manford's Comedy Rocks, The Rob Brydon Show, Comic Relief's Mock the Week, The Paul O'Grady Show, as well as starring in his own BBC show The Adventures of Daniel and selling out three Fringe seasons in 2008-2010 - all before he started to shave. Winner 2011's Scottish Variety Award - Best New Comedian. Catch Daniel on tour this autumn! A star in the making ... unstoppable!' (Telegraph), 'Charming, self-deprecating and genuinely funny' (Time Out), 'Comedic sensation' (Metro).
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Following critically acclaimed, total sell-out seasons at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe from 2008 to 2010, comedian Daniel Sloss, Scotland's hormone-ridden half-man-half-Xbox comic prodigy returns this year with an all new hour of world beating comedy.
Daniel started performing stand-up aged just sixteen and has already appeared on Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow, 8 Out Of 10 Cats, Jason Manford's Comedy Rocks, The Rob Brydon Show, Comic Relief's Mock The Week and The Paul O'Grady Show as well as starring in his own BBC show, The Adventures Of Daniel.
...And all before he started to shave.
In August 2008, at just 17, Daniel became one of the youngest-ever finalists in the prestigious nationwide So You Think You're Funny? comedy competition held during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Following the success of his 2009 Edinburgh Show, Teenage Kicks, Daniel made his national television debut as the first stand up to perform on Channel 4's Paul O'Grady Show that September, which was followed by his solo London debut at the prestigious Soho Theatre whereupon he became the youngest-ever stand-up to perform solo at the theatre and also in the West End.
He recently won Best New Comedian at the Scottish Variety Awards 2011 and has just returned from an extensive tour of South East Asia including performances in Singapore, Bali and Malaysia and completed a second successful appearance at the Sydney Comedy Festival with extra shows having to be added.
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