Maff Brown

Comedian Profile

Maff has been a support Act for Greg Davies, Andy Parsons, Terry Alderton, Michael Mcintyre, Jack Dee and Lucy Porter.

Regular headliner and host of Comedy Store, Glees, Off the Kerb, Avalon, Highlights, Backyard, CKP Productions, CSE Military gigs as well as being the curator behind the award winning chain of Outside the Box Comedy Clubs.

Edinburgh Festival 2008 – Headlined the prestigious package show “AAA” at The Pleasance
Edinburgh 2009 – Double Bill with SIMON DONALD at the Caves
Edinburgh 2010 – “Looking After Lesal” at The Pleasance.
Edinburgh 2011 – “Packman is allergic to ghosts” at the Gilded Balloon. 4 Star Reviews
Edinburgh 2011 – Co Writer and Perfomer of the Amued Mouse Finalist show “Get Brown”.
Edinburgh 2012 – “Maff Brown’s Parade of This” at the Gilded Balloon. 4 star Reviews & Voted top ten shows to see at the Fringe by GQ
Edinburgh Festival 2014 – Maff Brown “Born Again Comedian” – 4 star reviews and voted for the 2nd time, “top ten things to see at the fringe” by GQ magazine.

Mock the Week 2009 to current
Shooting Stars Series 5 – 8

Lead Balloon Series 4 – TV Repair Man
Movie Kingdom – Mob Boss
Tim Vine’s DVD PUNSLINGER (Extras). – Interviewee
Loose Women – Dancing Dad
Edinburgh Festival 2012 – Parade of This Sketch Show
Edinburgh Festival 2011 – Chat Show host in the Award Nominated “Get Brown”
Edinburgh Festival 2009 – Mute Brother of Philberto in “Philberto’s Animal”

Shooting Starts Series 6 – 8
Vic and Bob’s House of Fools
Badults – BBC Three
Dave Gorman’s Genius Series 2
Loose Women 2008 to current
Vic and Bob’s Lucky Sexy Winners

Rock and Roll Football – Co host with Ian Wright
Talk Sport – Regular guest of Matt Forde’s show
Co Host on The Jon Richardson Show – BBC 6 Music
Radio Jackie – Prank Caller

“Want an all out laugh-fest with gags-a-plenty? Maff is your man. A few months back I saw him tear the roof off, generating more joy, more laughter than any arena-selling comedian” – GQ Magazine

“Clearly prolific writing with skilled delivery. – Chortle

“Howl out loud funny and refreshingly honest” – Metro