Chris Forrest

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Chris Forrest

Has been said to be South Africa's answer to Steve Wright, the pokerfaced star of American stand-up. Chris' humour can be described as witty and cynical one-line humour that is thought provoking and to the point. Utterly nerdish and unflustered, looking coincidentally like Drew Carey- slowed-up delivery ensures that audiences take to him enthusiastically. Chris is definitely no Stranger to the international scene, he was chosen to perform at the Edinburgh festival in 2003 and 2005 (to sell out crowds) as well as being given the opportunity to work at various comedy clubs in and around ...

Chris Forrest News

Updated January 27, 2014
We’ve seen many parodies, but this one could just be our favourite. South African comedian Brendan Jack teamed up with ...
Blitz Patrollie follows the adventures of Rummy Augustine (Joey Rasdien) and his partner, Ace Dikolobe (David Kau), ...
From the creators of the Pure Monate Show comes a world class buddy cop comedy movie featuring some of South Africa's ...
'Imagine Yin meets Yang, matter meets anti matter, Steve Hofmeyr meets someone talented, Jacob Zuma meets someone and ...
Johannesburg, 18 July 2012: Comedy fans can’t miss Comedy Central Presents…Live at Parker’s - the hottest ...
COMEDY CENTRAL PRESENTS CHRIS FORREST LIVE AT PARKER'S "BIG GIVE" COMEDY CENTRAL IS GIVING AWAY
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Full Biography

Has been said to be South Africa's answer to Steve Wright, the pokerfaced star of American stand-up. Chris' humour can be described as witty and cynical one-line humour that is thought provoking and to the point. Utterly nerdish and unflustered, looking coincidentally like Drew Carey- slowed-up delivery ensures that audiences take to him enthusiastically.

Chris is definitely no Stranger to the international scene, he was chosen to perform at the Edinburgh festival in 2003 and 2005 (to sell out crowds) as well as being given the opportunity to work at various comedy clubs in and around London, inclusive of the esteemed “Headliners” in Chiswick, and the infamous “Up the Creek” in Greenwich.