Lost
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" A wonderful comedian " Matt Lucas

About Lost Voice Guy

Lee Ridley AKA Lost Voice Guy may not be able to talk but he definitely has something to say and his comedy will leave you speechless.

Lee won Britain’s Got Talent in 2018 and the BBC New Comedy Award in 2014. Lee’s other credits include America’s Got Talent: The Champions(NBC), Live At The Apollo (BBC Two), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV),  I Just Called To Say… (Sky Arts), Comedy Central At The Comedy Store (Comedy Central UK) and two series of Ability (BBC Radio 4) which he co-wrote with Katherine Jakeways.

View a full list of his television and radio credits. 

Lee went on a massive nationwide tour of the U.K in 2019, performing 103 shows and selling out venues up and down the country. He’s also performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, Latitude, Comedy Central Live, Galway Comedy Festival, Brighton Fringe, Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Leicester Comedy Festival, Nottingham Comedy Festival and Liverpool Comedy Festival.

Lee’s first book, I’m Only In It For The Parking, was published in May 2019 by Transworld.

Lee has told jokes/given motivational speeches for a range of charities and organisations including Sainsbury’s, Barclays and The Royal College of Nurses. He is also an ambassador for Scope as well as being a patron of Smile For Life, Find A Voice, Communication Matters and The Sequal Trust.

" Candid & inspiring...consistently hilarious " The Scotsman

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WHAT FOLK HAVE SAID

"Finding humour in strange places is one of Lost Voice Guy's strengths."

The Guardian

"A very funny guy."

Ross Noble

"A very funny guy."

Ross Noble

"Finding humour in strange places is one of Lost Voice Guy's strengths."

The Guardian