Andrew Hunter Murray writes comedy for BBC Two’s QI and for Private Eye magazine. He is one of the stars of BBC Two’s No Such Thing As The News and two-time Chortle Award-winning podcast No Such Thing As A Fish, and he hosts the critically acclaimed Page 94: The Private Eye Podcast. His début solo show Round One was a sell-out at the Edinburgh Fringe.
His many guest appearances include John Lloyd’s Museum of Curiosity Live, Literary Death Match and BBC Two’s Only Connect.
He has directed, performed and guested with various improv outfits including Marcus Brigstocke’s Unavailable for Comment, Monkey Toast, Folie à Deux, Grand Theft Impro, and Baby Wants Candy.
He also writes comedy scripts, principally (and inexplicably) for Norwegians, and wrote for Afterliff, the sequel to John Lloyd and Douglas Adams’ bestseller The Meaning of Liff. As a stand-up, he was a semi-finalist in the So You Think You’re Funny competition.
Follow him on Twitter at @andrewhunterm.
Mr. Andrew Hunter Murray is one of the so-called ‘comedians’ who can be found infesting the nation’s theatres and ballrooms. He spends his days writing for the television programme Quite Interesting, also known as ‘QI’, and penning outrageous jests at ‘Private Eye’ magazine. Further, he can be heard exploring natural philosophy and other wonders each week in the ‘No Such Things As A Fish’ podcast and in the Eye’s ‘Page 94’ podcast. Admit him to your town at your peril.