Milton Jones

"The wild-haired Jones has raised wordplay to the level of fine art. He's fast and very funny." Radio Times
"Beautiful one-liners so skilfully sculpted, you don't know whether to laugh or put them on your mantelpiece" **** The Guardian
"No-one can touch Jones when he hits his stride. " The Guardian

One-liner king Milton is regularly on Mock the Week (BBC2), has appeared on Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow (BBC1), Live at the Apollo (BBC1) and has headlined Dave’s One Night Stand (Dave Channel).

His Lion Whisperer, On The Road and Temple of Daft tours all played to over 100,000 people in 2011, 2013 and 2015 and this year’s tour, Milton Jones is Out There, is set to play to even more.

Milton has co written and performed in 12 of his own radio series for BBC Radio 4. The most recent series, Thanks a Lot Milton Jones won the prestigious New York Festival Silver Award for Best Regularly Scheduled Comedy Programme and in 2012 Another Case of Milton Jones won the Silver Sony Award for Best Comedy.

He is a previous Perrier Best Newcomer and Nominee, the winner of two Sony Awards and a British Comedy Award Nominee.

His sitcom pilot The House of Rooms co-written with Dan Evans was broadcast on Channel 4.

Milton has also recorded three hugely successful live DVD’s, Milton Jones – The Universe Tour. Part One – Earth Milton Jones Live, The Lion Whisperer and On the Road.

He has written a novel called Where Do Comedians Go When They Die? which was described by the crimewriter and comedian Mark Billingham as “Hilarious, moving, and truthful. Finally a book that tells you what it’s really like to tell jokes for a living. And no-one tells jokes better than Milton Jones”.