As an articulate voice artist, Alastair has been the host for numerous events bringing his wealth of experience and talent to any project. His clear, neutral and engaging voice has introduced conferences, gala events and award ceremonies around the world. He has been the voice of documentaries, audio books and commercials with a voice style that is warm, engaging, authoritative and professional. Alastair is also in demand as a radio presenter with his own two-hour weekly show for local radio in Wiltshire.
Clients - Shell, Ikea, Allied Bakeries, Maplin, MTD Training, Sealed Air, Husqvana, PPL Training, Challs, Lyca Mobile, Truephone Telecomunications, and Omega Travel.
Over the years, Clive has been a popular choice of host at live events and award ceremonies, including BAFTA, the London Evening Standard Film Awards, the Chortle Awards and the Olivier Awards. He is also president of the Woodland Trust where he often heads fundraising dinners. Despite being known for his dry wit and pessimistic style, Clive has proven to be an appealing choice for a wide variety of events from Proms to politics. He regards himself as ‘a bit more mellow’ than in his early days, stating that he now enjoys lengthy intellectual conversation as well as the comedy for which he is renowned.
Clive is a popular voice on radio where he currently presents Clive Anderson’s Chat Room on BBC Radio 2 and 2 shows on BBC Radio 4, his long running entertainment show Loose Ends, which mixes music, conversation and comedy and Unreliable Evidence, a series that explores and analyses current legal, economic and political issues.
In 2015, Clive hosted Who’s Line is it Anyway -Live, which premiered in London’s Adelphi Theatre and latterly in the London Palladium.
Clive Anderson began his career as a practicing barrister, specialising in criminal law, before turning to comedy in the late 1980’s. This popular television broadcaster and comedic writer rose to prominence as the host of the improvisational comedy Who’s Line is it Anyway? - which was originally made for radio. However, its time on radio was short-lived, as it soon became a popular television series on Channel 4. The show ran consecutively for 10 series, premiering in 1988 and ending in 1999.
Following the show’s success, Clive continued to be a popular face on the comedy circuit, hosting his own chat show, Clive Anderson Talks Back, which also ran for 10 series on Channel 4. Clive then moved to the BBC for another 4 series with a modified version of his talk show, now titled Clive Anderson, All Talk. During this time, he won two notable comedy accolades, ‘The Top Entertainment Presenter’ award and ‘Top Radio Comedy Personality’ award by the British Comedy Academy.
These days, Clive continues to be a frequent guest on panel shows such as Have I Got News For You, QI and Mock the Week. He is also a popular personality in print, frequently contributing to The Times, The Observer, The Listener and The Independent on Sunday.
"Clive Anderson provided an outstanding service - we were extremely happy with his delivery on the night."
- Donna Colson, Laing & Buisson Limited.
Clive Anderson was brilliant. Tremendously funny, pitch perfect and as a result got a big round of applause at the end. Thank you so much for securing him for us. - The Telegraph
In short, whatever you need a voice for Greg can provide you with whatever you need to your exacting requirements.
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