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About Glenn Wool

After beginning his comedy career in his hometown of Vancouver, Glenn Wool moved to London in 1998 and quickly became one of the rising stars of the London comedy circuit. He was nominated as Best International Stand Up at the New Zealand Comedy Awards in 2003 and headlined the Stavinger Comedy Festival in 2004. In 2005, Glenn's live show, "You Don't Go to Hell for Eating Elephants," debuted at the prestigious Melbourne Comedy Festival and sold out at the Edinburgh Festival. Also in 2005, Glenn wrote and starred in "What's The Story?" which was broadcast on BBC 4 as part of Comedy Lab. Since then, Glenn has appeared on numerous BBC television shows including "The BBC Stand Up Show," "Edinburgh Comedy," "Elvis Has Left the Building," "Live Floor Show," "Comedy Cuts (ITV)" and "Political Animal."

In 2009, Glenn made his US television debut on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham" and signed with CAA. After his appearance at 2010's Sydney Comedy Festival, he was awarded the 2010 Time Out... Read More »

After beginning his comedy career in his hometown of Vancouver, Glenn Wool moved to London in 1998 and quickly became one of the rising stars of the London comedy circuit. He was nominated as Best International Stand Up at the New Zealand Comedy Awards in 2003 and headlined the Stavinger Comedy Festival in 2004. In 2005, Glenn's live show, "You Don't Go to Hell for Eating Elephants," debuted at the prestigious Melbourne Comedy Festival and sold out at the Edinburgh Festival. Also in 2005, Glenn wrote and starred in "What's The Story?" which was broadcast on BBC 4 as part of Comedy Lab. Since then, Glenn has appeared on numerous BBC television shows including "The BBC Stand Up Show," "Edinburgh Comedy," "Elvis Has Left the Building," "Live Floor Show," "Comedy Cuts (ITV)" and "Political Animal."

In 2009, Glenn made his US television debut on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham" and signed with CAA. After his appearance at 2010's Sydney Comedy Festival, he was awarded the 2010 Time Out Sydney Comedy Award for Best of the Fest. In 2011 he has appeared on "John Oliver's New York Stand-Up Show" on Comedy Central and "The Green Room" on Showtime. His album "Let Your Hands Go!" is available through Stand Up! Records in stores and on iTunes.