Bobby Mair is a Canadian stand-up comedian based in London. He starred in his own sitcom with his wife on Vice and Comedy Central called Bobby and Harriet: Get Married, he has appeared multiple times on Comedy Central’s Roast Battle including appearing in a battle with his wife that got millions of hits online. His other credits include 8 Out of 10 Cats (Channel 4), and Never Mind the Buzzcocks (BBC2). He’s opened for Doug Stanhope, Bill Burr and Bill Maher, appeared three times at Just For Laughs in Montreal and once appeared on Katie Hopkins TV show just to give the fee from the show to everyone she hates.
‘Bobby Mair is clearly a brilliant stand up. He’s either going to be a huge international comedy star or the funniest homeless man ever.’ – Jimmy Carr.
‘A gleefully profane, joyously explicit comedy where the sickest images can be conjured up and the most cherished taboos broken, all for the sake of laughter.’ James Kettle – Guardian.
‘Will stamp pictures in your brain that may never go away.’ – The Scotsman.
‘This Canadian comic possesses a vital spark, a certain way about him that makes him exciting to watch.’ – Broadway Baby.
‘It was all bad sex, bad drugs and dysfunctional childhood. And very funny. Mair is a little scattershot and disconcertingly candid, but also very engaging.’ – Beyond the Joke.
‘Functionally mentally ill’ comic who’s capable of greatness, as long as you don’t mind it steeped in grubby depravity’ – Time Out.