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Stephen Bailey

Stephen Bailey

Stephen Bailey is presenter, actor, comedian and writer, and a proud northern, working class, gay man.

The multi-award nominated star is one of the UK’s most sought-after talents for comedy and entertainment formats. His popularity is evident in his growing following on social media, with 100k followers on Instagram.

With his unique style of gossipy humour, Stephen has proved a big hit with British TV and radio audiences, regularly appearing on BBC, ITV, Channel 5, TalkRadio, Virgin Radio, Absolute Radio.

Most recently Stephen hosted Live at the Apollo, the long-running BBC One comedy show, filmed live at Hammersmith Apollo and was a guest on Would I Lie to You, with regular stars Rob Brydon, Angus Deayton, Lee Mack and David Mitchell. 

While a star in his own right, he has also supported the biggest names in stand-up, including Katherine Ryan, Jenny Eclair, Jason Manford, John Bishop, Sarah Millican and Micky Flanagan.

Stephen’s quick-wit, cheeky sarcasm and enigmatic charm captivates instantly; he has a natural chemistry with his audiences. With his hilarious storytelling, gossiping reflections, he has a natural ability to make people laugh, like listening to a funny mate on a night out. 

Stephen is an excellent and entertaining after dinner speaker, event host and presenter. 

Contact Great British Speakers today to book cheeky comedian, presenter, host Stephen Bailey for your next event.

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