Stephen Bailey is a comedian, presenter, television personality and writer, whose friendly and open brand of gossipy humour has made him one of the UK’s most exciting up-and-coming acts in comedy at the moment.
He is the host of Celebs on the Farm (Channel 5) & Celebs On The Ranch (5Star) and was the resident Agony Uncle on Zoe Ball on Saturday/Sunday (ITV) and a series regular on Big Brother’s Bit on the Side (Channel 5) until the end of their runs.
As seen on Coronation Street (ITV), The Apprentice: You’re Fired (BBC Two), Roast Battle, Takeshi’s Castle & Comedy Central at the Comedy Store (Comedy Central), The Stand Up Sketch Show, Safeword, CelebAbility & The Great Xmas Rant (ITV2), Wardrobe Secrets (ITVBe), Celebrity Advice Bureau (W), Celebrity 5 Go Camping, Do The Right Thing with Eamonn and Ruth, It’s Not Me, It’s You & The Jeremy Vine Show (Channel 5).
In 2019, Comedy Central Live – Stephen Bailey; his first 30 minute stand-up special was released. He has also filmed two shows for Comedy Central and E4, which will air toward the end of the year through early 2020.
Stephen has previously supported Katherine Ryan and Jenny Éclair on their sold-out UK tours.
He also guest hosted Sunday Takeover (Virgin Radio), The Jason Manford Show (Absolute Radio), Drivetime with Eamonn Holmes (TalkRadio), The Breakfast Show (Gaydio) and The Sunday Sessions with Laura Whitmore (BBC 5Live). He has featured on The Art’s Show with Jonathan Ross on BBC Radio 2, Russell Kane’s BBC podcast ‘Evil Genius’.
Stephen also performs at corporate and private events. He is available for after dinner comedy sets, hosting, Q&A sessions and more. A clip of him discussing LGBT rights on AOL Build went viral in 2017.
In 2015, his show was nominated for the Amused Moose Comedy Award (Best Show). He performs at many corporate and charity events – including Stonewall, Paddy Power, RUComingOut, NFL and WellChild
As well as being a working-class, ginger, gay, northern comic, he is also a black belt in Tae Kwon-Do, has a degree in Languages AND loves a conspiracy theory (preferably involving a celebrity and a cucumber).
“An arch-bitch with a winning smile, everyone’s favourite gay best friend” The Reviews Hub