Al Murray

Al Murray

Al Murray recently starred in The Crown Jewels at the Garrick Theatre in London

Al Murray, along with his alter-ego The Pub Landlord, is one of the most recognisable and successful comedians working in the UK.

For over 20 years Al has filled arenas and the largest theatres around the world as The Pub Landlord, and won numerous awards and accolades, including the Edinburgh Comedy Award (formally Perrier Award, after a record four successive nominations) and secured Olivier Award nominations for both of his sell-out West End runs.  

He has hosted countless TV series, including the acclaimed entertainment chat show Al Murray’s Happy Hour (ITV) and the ground-breaking sitcom Time Gentlemen Please (Sky).  Al has made multiple appearances on The Royal Variety Performance (ITV) and hosted Live at the Apollo (BBC) and Live at the Palladium (ITV).

As Al Murray, he has authored and presented the Broadcast Award-winning five-part series Al Murray: Why Does Everyone Hate the English? and Al Murray: Why Do The Brits Win Every War? (both Sky).  He also filmed two specials for BBC Four: Al Murray’s Great British War Movies and Al Murray’s Great British Spy Movies

As a writer, Al has written books including Book of British Common SenseThink Yourself BritishGreat British Pub Quiz BookWatching War Films with My Dad and, most recently, Command, an entertaining and sharp analysis of the key allied military leaders in WW2, which was released this autumn.

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Al Murray Press Interviews

InterviewAl Murray - From The Pub To The Palace, Star of The Crown Jewels (Good Morning Britain, Good Morning Britain, 22/08/2023) - Read more
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