Eric Lampaert

Eric Lampaert comedian at Great British Speakers

Eric Lampaert is a French stand-up comedian, writer and actor. He has performed around the world including, the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal, The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and supported Eddie Izzard during a theatre run of his solo show in Paris. 

In 2015, he won the International Comedy Award at ComediHa in Quebec.

His British television appearances include Life’s Too Short (HBO), The Midnight Beast (E4), Impractical Jokers (BBC3) How To Survive A Disaster Movie (Channel 5) and he’s even starred alongside Bruce Willis in a SKY broadband television advertisement in 2012.

He also co-starred in the 2015 film Moonwalkers and played the lead in the 2016 comedy film AmStarDam, for which was nominated for Best UK Feature Film at Raindance Festival. He is also set to star in the upcoming Luc Besson feature, Valerian and The City of a Thousand Planets (2017).

Eric developed his passion for the arts at École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq in Paris before moving to London where he studied Theatre Arts at Middlesex University.

Eric’s onstage present and comedic talent can entertain at any corporate event. His ability to improvise and perform will keep audiences enthused and engaged, making it a memorable occasion that will not be forgotten quickly.

What the Clients Say:

 

“★★★★ Likeable, sweeping the audience in the sheer energy of his performance. The strength of his scatty character rips through the room like a mini-hurricane. ” – Chortle

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