Geoff Norcott is an english comedian, writer and political commentator with a wealth of experience in the world of entertainment, known for his sharp wit and unique perspective. He has left an indelible mark across various mediums, from television to radio, stand-up comedy to writing, and social commentary.
On the small screen, Geoff’s presence is felt through an impressive list of TV credits, including appearances on acclaimed shows such as Live at the Apollo (BBC 2), Mock the Week (BBC 2), Have I Got News for You (BBC 1), House of Games (BBC 1), The Last Leg (C4), and many more. He’s also ventured into the world of documentaries, fronting his own thought-provoking piece, “How the Middle Classes Ruined Britain” for BBC 2.
Geoff’s wit extends to the airwaves, with BBC Radio 4 specials like “Withdrawal Disagreement” and “Right Leaning but Well Meaning,” the latter earning him the prestigious 2019 BBC Radio & Music Award for Best Comedy Production. His first book, “Where Did I Go Right?: How the Left Lost Me,” was a literary success, published in May 2021.
As a stand-up comedian, Geoff has embarked on several national tours, including “Taking Liberties” in 2019 and 2020, as well as “I Blame the Parents” in 2021/2022. What sets Geoff apart in the stand-up world is his rare perspective as a comedian who leans to the right, making him a sought-after social commentator on political and current affairs shows like Politics Live (BBC 1), Peston (ITV), and All Out Politics (Sky News).
Geoff’s thought-provoking commentary isn’t confined to a single medium. He is the host of the popular podcast “What Most People Think,” where he continues to engage and entertain his audience. His satirical insights have also graced the pages of national publications, with articles appearing in The Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Independent, and The New Statesman. Not to be forgotten is his impressive body of work as a TV writer, contributing to shows like Channel 4’s Alternative Election, 8 Out of 10 Cats (C4), The Ranganation (BBC 2), Judge Romesh (Dave), The Sarah Millican Television Programme (BBC 2), A League of Their Own (Sky 1), Xmas Live at the Apollo (BBC 2), 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (C4), and Backstage with Katherine Ryan (Amazon).
Geoff Norcott’s ability to blend humour with insightful commentary has made him a unique and influential voice in the world of entertainment and current affairs. With a diverse array of talents and a distinctive perspective, Geoff continues to captivate audiences across the UK and beyond.