Since winning the BBC New Comedy Award in 1998, Dan Antopolski has quickly built himself a reputation for being one of the most inventive, intelligent, edgy and unusual comics to emerge in years.
Dan's quick witted mind and surreal flights of fancy have delighted both critics and comedy audiences alike. His Perrier Award nomination at the Edinburgh Festival followed a Perrer Best Newcomer Award nomination, and he also received critical acclaim for his part in the Perrier Award nominated Lee Mack's New Bits at the Edinburgh Festival 2000.
Dan's previous success means he is now a regular on the comedy circuit, playing at clubs such as, The Stand, Edinburgh, The Comedy Tree, Crack Comedy Club and Up The Creek.
Dan's other television credits include appearances on two series of The Stand Up Show (BBC1), How To Survive (BBC Choice), Cherry Pop (UK Play) and The Perrier Awards (Channel 4). He recently traveled to Melbourne to appear in The World Comedy Series, which was screened on Comedy Central in the USA and on The Paramount Comedy Channel in the UK.
"A dazzling stage presence and a great store of one-liners" - The Times
"Undeniably the most imaginative comedian on display" - Time Out