Andrew Lawrence Biography
Andrew Lawrence ( Andrew James Lawrence) an English comedian known for his work in stand-up comedy, radio, and television.
Andrew Lawrence Age
Andrew was born on 17 December 1979, in Kingston upon the Thames, Surrey, England.
Andrew Lawrence Comedy
Lawrence’s university debut led on to the Edinburgh Fringe, where he was runner up in 2003 So You Think You’re Funny competition. Subsequently, he won the Amused Moose Star search, York Comedy Festival New Act of the Year Competition, and the BBC’s New Act of the Year Competition in 2004.
He represented his first hour-long comedy show at the 2006 Edinburgh Festival Fringe entitled How to Butcher your Loved Ones. It was nominated for the if.comeddie award for Best Newcomer. His 2007 Fringe show, Social Leprosy For Beginners$ Improvers, was nominated for the main if.comedy award.
He has returned to the Fringe every year up to 2015. As well as touring shows in the UK, Lawrence has performed abroad at the Just For Laughs Montreal Festival Showcase and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Andrew Lawrence Net Worth
Andrew estimated to have a net worth of about $1 million-$5 million.
Andrew Lawrence TV and Radio
Lawrence has featured on numerous radio and TV shows, mostly as a stand-up performer. He has also appeared on television as a comic actor, playing the builder Marco on the BBC TV sitcom Ideal. He has written and performed four series for BBC Radio 4, most recently the 2015 sitcom There Is No Escape.
On 25 October 2014, Lawrence penned a lengthy post on his official Facebook page drawing attention to a perceived rise in “political” comedians cracking cheap and easy gags about UKIP, to the extent that it’s got hack, boring and lazy very quickly” and described such comedians as being “out of touch, smug, superannuated, overpaid TV comics with their cozy lives in their west-London ivory towers taking a supercilious, moralizing tone, pandering to the ever-creeping militant political correctness of the BBC”.
Although having previously appeared on several comedy programs on the channel, he went on to describe “liberal back-slapping panel shows like Mock the Week” as consisting of “aging, balding, fat men, ethnic comedians and women-posing -as- comedians, sit congratulating themselves on how enlightened they are about the fact that UKIP is ridiculous and pathetic”.
The post, and subsequent Twitter disputes with fellow comedians such as Dara o Brian and Frankie Boyle, were covered by the UK press. On 3 October 2015, he qualified his political beliefs in a post on his website, stating that “I’ve noticed a number of journalists in comedy have taken to labeling me a ‘right-wing comedian’ … I don’t subscribe to any political ideology and I am not in any way affiliated with any political organization.” However, he also acknowledged that he has “certainly been very critical of the resurgent hard-left wing in British politics” and ‘critical of left-wing hysteria on the internet, and the left-wing establishment in the comedy”.
Andrew Lawrence Height and Weight
Andrew stands at an average height and moderate weight.
Andrew Lawrence Family
Information about his family backgroung are not known to the public and it is also not known if he has any siblings.
Andrew Lawrence Wife
Andrew information about his dating life is under research. However, this information will be updated as soon as it is available.