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BROADCAST MAGAZINE HOT SHOT WRITER 2011
Warm, whimsical and wonderfully funny Lloyd Woolf can turn his hand to many performance genres. Having started out as a stand-up, Lloyd made his name as a quarter of the sketch group Cowards. He went on to establish himself as an exciting and distinctive comic actor and writer. In recent years he has focused on writing, and his partnership with Joe Tucker is amongst the most in demand in British sitcom.
Lloyd and Joe have made two sitcoms together. Big Bad World (2013, Comedy Central), starring Blake Harrison, Caroline Quentin, James Fleet, Seann Walsh and David Fynn; and Parents (2012, Sky1) starring Sally Phillips, Tom Conti, Susy Blake and Darren Strange. A third, Witless, starring Kerry Howard, will be filmed for BBC3 this year. They were named Broadcast Magazine Hot Shot Writers of the year in 2011. They currently have projects in development with BBC One, ITV1, BBC Three, Channel 4 and Sky1.
As part of Cowards – with Tom Basden, Stefan Golasewski and Tim Key – Lloyd enjoyed sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe and went on to make highly acclaimed series for BBC Radio 4 and BBC4.
Lloyd also won plaudits at the Edinburgh Fringe for his 2008 one-man show, Ten Shows I Abandoned.
His ability as an actor has earned him numerous appearances on television, in film, on radio and in theatre, as well as making him a regular in the world of commercials.
Lloyd is also available for voiceover work. To book him for this, please contact Earache Voices.
Witless Pilot BBC Three 2014
Drifters Channel 4 2014
Kerry BBC Online 2013
Big Bad World Objective Productions 2013
Parents Objective Productions Sky1 2011/2012
Cowards Writer/Performer for live, radio and TV shows
Big Bad World 2013
Cowards BBC4 2009
How Not To Live Your Life BBC3 2009
The Wrong Door BBC3 2008
Comedy Shuffle BBC3 2007
Cowards (Pilot) BBC3 200
The Double Richard Ayoade 2014
Human Resources short Jonathan Can Tulleken 2007
Nightwalking short Daniel Cormack 2007
The Roman Bath The Lifeguard The Arcola Theatre 2010
Captain Oates’ Left Sock Finborough Theatre 2009
Cowards 2 series BBC Radio 4 2007 & 2008
Cowards on The Milk Run BBC Radio 2005
4OD Everywhere ident 2011
Money Supermarket 2011
Paulig Coffee Paulig and the apprentice 2011
Kylie X-Box Dance 2010
Peugot movie idents 2009
Ebay Outdoors 3Mobile 2007
Hiking: Big Daddy Box KFC 2007
4OD Ident 2007
Mining for Noodles Pot Noodle 2006
The Golden Rules of Comedy UK Gold 2005
Ten Shows I Abandoned Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008
Cowards Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2008
Cowards Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2006
Cowards Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2005
Weight: 11st 3lb
Eye colour: Hazel
Hair colour: Light/mid brown
Casting Age : 21-26
Accents: Swansea (native), Californian, New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Birmingham, Cardiff, Cockney, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Northern, RP, South African, Swansea, Welsh-Northern, Welsh-Southern, Welsh-Standard, West Country
Languages: English (native)
Skills: Guitar, improvisation.
Press for Lloyd Woolf: 10 Shows I Abandoned
“Woolf has natural comic timing and some lovely, off-beat ideas” The Observer
“You’ll find yourself captivated and hanging on his every foolishly sparkling word” The List
“Woolf is an adorable comedian…A show that will make you laugh out loud” Three Weeks
“This lad has bags of talent and is very personable” One4Review
“an endearing debut” Metro
“an oddball performer who intrigues throughout” Fest
Press for Cowards TV show
“Funny and original” The Stage
“hugely watchable comedians” TV Scoop
“It's only got a three-show taster run, but the episodes are brilliant. If BBC4 has got any sense - and the likes of The Thick Of It and Screenwipe suggests so - they'll order a second, full-length series pronto.” The Guardian
“Sketch shows rarely justify the sum of their parts, but there is sometimes an exception. Adapted from the Radio 4 show, the cowards in question are comedians Tim Key, Tom Basden, Stefan Golaszewski and Lloyd Woolf and their act works because the sketches are a blend of the subtle, imaginative and absurd.” The Telegraph
“Individually, Tom Basden, Stefan Golaszewski, Tim Key and Lloyd Woolf have caused quite a stir on the live comedy circuit, and their shared love of deadpan, absurd and irreverent humour shines out in this inventive, enjoyable and subtle sketch show.” Metro
Press for Cowards Live
“Their writing is sharp, some of the best lines delivered as seeming asides, and their attention to mundane detail rendering the absurdity of their situations almost believable. Moreover, they are young, likable and confident in their abilities..” The Scotsman
“Cowards is an impressive new quartet that possesses the right combination of acting talent and well-written material. With quick, snappy scenes that occasionally recall early Fry and Laurie in their mix of silly surrealism” The Observer
“Impressibvely observant writing coupled with a depth of characterisation” The Stage
“Fucking funny…perfect comic timing” Three Weeks
“dazzling lines” Metro
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