Phil Wang
Phil Wang

Phil Wang

  • 32 years-old
  • English
  • Actor, writer and stand-up comedian

Known for: Daphne Sounds Expensive (Actor), Unspun With Matt Forde (Self), Taskmaster (Self)

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The best of Edinburgh Festival 2019

Catch the best of the fest.

The Sunday Times, 28th July 2019

The Edinburgh Fringe's top male comedians to watch

Last week I ran a story about the women set to dominate this year's Edinburgh Fringe. I was thinking about posting a companion piece about men, except that when you click on the link you get a blank page. A bit like if someone published a book called The Compassion And Wisdom of Donald Trump and when you open it there is nothing in it.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 21st July 2019

Fringe 10x10: Ten Taskmaster contestants

You've see them do silly things... now hear them say silly things

Chortle, 18th July 2019

Comedy picks at the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

A total of 30 funny shows in August from stand-up, sketch, double-acts, impressionists and talking foxes.

Brian Donaldson, The List, 17th July 2019

Fringe 10x10: The BAME game

Ten black and minority ethnic British comedians.

Chortle, 16th July 2019

Comedians' guide to Edinburgh

Sofie Hagen, Phil Wang, Nish Kumar and others reveal their favourite festival spots, from Portobello Beach to the middle of the Royal Mile.

The Guardian, 12th July 2019

Punchline's top Fringe shows 2019

A selection of top shows.

Punchline UK, 8th July 2019

Fringe guests confirmed for Richard Herring interviews

Confirmed so far for August are Lucy Beaumont, Phil Wang, Vikki Stone, Jen Brister, Tony Slattery, Geoff Norcott and Richard Osman.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 7th July 2019

Fringe 2019: 50 theatre, comedy and dance shows to see

50 different shows to see.

Mark Fisher, Lyndsey Winship and Brian Logan, The Guardian, 14th June 2019

All the best Edinburgh Fringe previews in London

Don't get me wrong, I love Edinburgh, with it's Hogwartsy cobbles and granite grandeur, seeped in history and united by culture, heritage and a too-often-racist hatred of the English. But when it comes to the Edinburgh Festival, the major advantage of Edinburgh, that it's nowhere near London, becomes its major drawback for all of us keen to see some of the country's best comedy.

Phil Clarke, The Handbook, 13th June 2019

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