Julian Clary
Julian Clary

Julian Clary

  • 62 years-old
  • English
  • Actor, stand-up comedian and presenter

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First Look: Julian Clary's The Bolds at Unicorn Theatre

First look images have been released for the world premiere of Julian Clary's adaptation of his best-selling book The Bolds this Christmas.

Theatre Weekly, 19th November 2021

Julian Clary book extract

Wherever life has taken him, com­edian Julian Clary has always had a dog by his side. And now in his new memoir the star pays homage to the four pets who have been there for him throughout his life.

Julian Clary, The Mirror, 16th October 2021

Julian Clary interview

The actor, comedian, novelist and presenter talks about Muriel Spark, Fay Weldon, and biscuits.

i Newspaper, 14th October 2021

Julian Clary interview

Julian Clary is the comic provocateur who defied school bullying and homophobic headlines to rise to the top of his profession. Now he's a married man who enjoys putting out the bins and ironing the sheets (and the company of dogs, of course).

Deborah Ross, The Times, 9th October 2021

Julian Clary interview

'I've always been quite good at living dangerously'. After years of risqué comedy, the comedian has a fresh shock in store for fans - a serious play.

Jasper Rees, The Telegraph, 7th September 2021

Julian Clary denies being a trailblazer

As he sets out on tour in The Dresser opposite Matthew Kelly, Julian Clary talks about the play's gay subtext, why he doesn't consider himself a trailblazer, and how he no longer seeks to shock.

Simon Button, Attitude Magazine, 27th August 2021

Sunday with Julian Clary

The television presenter talks about walking the dogs in the park, a warm Co-op croissant and watching some nonsense on Netflix.

Samantha Rea, The Observer, 18th July 2021

Carry On Columbus: failed attempt to revive the series

Carry On Columbus started filming less than six months before it was released - and it'd be the movie that brought down the curtain on the series.

Simon Brew, Film Stories, 8th July 2021

Julian Clary interview

"As an effeminate youth I had a hard time at school - but survived thanks to comedy".

Tom Ough, The Telegraph, 28th June 2021

Julian Clary to publish autobiography The Lick Of Love

Julian Clary is to publish the second instalment of his memoirs in October, The Lick of Love: How Dogs Changed My Life.

British Comedy Guide, 23rd March 2021

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