Mick Ferry

Comedian

Mick Ferry

Mick Ferry tells it like it is. A plain-talking Northern bloke in the second half of his life, his thoughts on marriage – or “comfortable hatred”, as he dubs it – are shockingly funny. And he makes it look so easy. So easy, UK newspaper The Mirror gave Ferry a five-star review, hailing him as the sole flag-waver “keeping the art form of the belly laugh alive.”

Mick Ferry

Mick Ferry tells it like it is. A plain-talking Northern bloke in the second half of his life, his thoughts on marriage – or “comfortable hatred”, as he dubs it – are shockingly funny. And he makes it look so easy. So easy, UK newspaper The Mirror gave Ferry a five-star review, hailing him as the sole flag-waver “keeping the art form of the belly laugh alive.”

A consummate veteran, in 2013 Ferry was crowned Best UK Live Stand Up, and this year he was a winner of the Edinburgh Comedy Awards’s Panel Prize, as a member of the all-star Funz and Gamez team. On the small screen, Ferry has been invited aboard Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, John Bishop’s Only Joking, as well as Comedy Blue and Comedy Central at the Comedy Store.

Mick made his big screen debut alongside legendary footballer Eric Cantona in Ken Loach’s Palm d’Or-nominated Looking For Eric, and worked as a writer on A-lister John Bishop’s Britain. His employer repaid the favour, saying “see him or regret it” – time to take Bishop’s advice.

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