Comedian. Presenter. Writer. Actor.



Management by Off The Kerb Productions.

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Sep 27th

New Mills Comedy

Oct 4th

Buxton - Opera House (Josh Widdicombe Tour Support)

Oct 4th

Buzz Comedy Buxton

Oct 5th

Bury - Edenfield Cricket Club

Oct 11th

Manchester - Who Dares Grins

Oct 12th

Gloucester - Brewery

Oct 17th

London - Always Be Comedy

Oct 18th

Runcorn - Giggleshack

Oct 25th

Newport - Riverside

Oct 31st

Brighton - Komedia (Comic Boom)

Nov 1st

Bollington - Buzz Comedy

Nov 8th

Liverpool - Hot Water Comedy

Nov 12th

Sunday Roast - Canterbury

Nov 15-17th

Shiiine On Festival - Minehead

Nov 21st

Edinburgh Playhouse (Romesh Ranganathan Tour Support)

Nov 22nd

Edinburgh Playhouse (Romesh Ranganathan Tour Support)

Nov 23rd

Hull - Bonus Arena (Romesh Ranganathan Tour Support)

Nov 24th

Blackburn - King George's Hall (Romesh Ranganathan Tour Support)

Nov 28th

The Swan Theatre - High Wycombe

Nov 29th

Croston - Who Dares Grins

Nov 30th

Billinghay - Comedy Hotspot


George Lewis is a stand up comedian from Stockport. In the last couple of years he has appeared on the BBC New Talent Hotlist, hosted Top Gear Extra Gear (BBC 2, 3 & Worldwide) and was the winner of Celebrity Mastermind (Specialist subject: Oasis).

He is currently filming sections of his stand up for the Stand Up Sketch Show for ITV2.

Early in his career, he had successes in several new act competitions, following in the footsteps of Sarah Millican and Jack Whitehall to win the Amused Moose National New Comic Award, as well as Nando’s New Comedian of the Year, The Brighton Squawker Award, the Comedy Cafe New Act Award and the Comedy Knights Fresh Comedian of the Year. In 2016 he was runner up in the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year, was selected to perform as part of the Pleasance Reserve and was a BBC New Comedy Award Finalist. He then went on to do tour support for Romesh Ranganathan, Tom Allen and Russell Kane.

George is now touring his own show ‘A man, a plan, a girl with fake tan’, after a successful month long run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

As a presenter, George was named as the new host of Top Gear Extra Gear in 2017. And for Comic Relief, he has interviewed stars such as Warwick Davis, Gordon Ramsay, Gillian Anderson and Jim Broadbent.

George has also written for TV and radio, most notably for Comic Relief and BBC Comedy.


Stand Up Sketch Show- ITV2- 2019
Jokes (Pilot) – ITV2 – 2018
Celebrity Mastermind – BBC One – 2018
Dog Ate My Homework – CBBC – 2017
Top Gear: Extra Gear – BBC Three/Two/America – 2017
Comic Relief/British Airways – Social – 2017
New Comedy Award – BBC R4 – 2016
Pleasance Reserve – Edinburgh Fringe – 2016


BBC New Talent Hotlist 2017

Finalist: BBC New Comedy Award 2016

Runner up: Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year 2016

WINNER: Comedy Knights Fresh Comedian of 2015

WINNER: Comedy Cafe New Act Night 2015

WINNER: Amused Moose National New Comic 2015

WINNER: Nando's New Comedian of the Year 2014

WINNER: Brighton Comedy Festival Squawker Award 2014



"Whether he’s talking about his adventures in truancy or hot oil massage, he speaks with such polished delivery and genuine ability that you can’t help but enjoy his set… He interacts with his audience so well that you’d think he’d invited them himself. Lewis has indisputably funny bones"

– Ed Fest Mag

"A witty, self-deprecating and downright hilarious set from this accomplished comic"

– Fringebiscuit

"‘A Man, a Plan…’ is an absorbing tale packed with fine gags… woven through are some lovely observations, his characterisation of TK Maxx is damningly spot on… a plucky everyman with more calculated wit than he lets on, expect to see plenty more of Lewis soon"

– The Scotsman

"Lewis is a witty, awkwardly charismatic comic, he’d be right at home on a panel show"

– Shortcom

"That accolade went to George Lewis for the sheer inventive strength of his writing. He’s clearly a linguaphile… But there’s also a context that makes his routines more than a parade of one-liners, as he paints himself as a loveable loser, especially in love. An expert craftsman, Lewis deservedly adds this title to the 2015 Amused Moose Award, which he won at the Edinburgh Fringe last month"

– Chortle

"George Lewis stood out as the funniest. At the very least because every single one of his gags got full laughter… plenty of intuitive subversive humour [and] his geeky self-assurance made the audience erupt. 9/10"

– Arts Award Voice



George will be writing a weekly football column in the Times Sport. The articles, which are funny take on the week’s action, will appear every Monday in the Times’ award-winning supplement The Game. They are also available to read at


George Lewis has teamed up with British Airways and Comic Relief to rewrite BA’s inflight safety video. The video stars Asim Chaudhry as Chabuddy G, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Thandie Newton, Ian McKellan, Gillian Anderson, Rowan Atkinson, Gordon Ramsey, Warwick Davis, Rob Brydon & Jim Broadbent.

Watch the video here:

And watch George behind the scenes with the cast here:


March 2017

Multi-award winning stand-up, George Lewis, has just been announced as the new anchor for Top Gear’s companion show, Extra Gear.

Shot in the Top Gear studio each week, George will join Chris Harris and Rory Reid to take viewers behind the scenes on films from the new series of Top Gear, including deleted scenes and the funniest moments that didn’t make the final cut.

The show will air on BBC Three at 9:00pm from Sunday 5th March.


August 2016

George has beaten over 700 other stand up comics to make it to the final of the BBC New Comedy Award which will be broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Catch George’s set from the final in the Video section of the website.


April 2016

George has landed a spot in the highly sought after Pleasance Comedy Reserve at the Edinburgh Fringe. Run by Pleasance, and supported by the Charlie Harthill Special Reserve Fund, the Reserve is one of the most sought after showcases for up-and-coming comedy talent at the Edinburgh Fringe.


February 2016

George placed runner up in the prestigious Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year competition hosted at The Y Theatre, Leicester.