Jody Kamali: Comedian, Actor, Bristolian


‘Brilliant , original visual comedy. So funny I wish I’d thought of it’ Harry Hill

‘a powerfully imaginative proponent of physical comedy’ Stage Talk Magazine

‘Face-achingly funny….Jody Kamali stole the show’ 

‘Jody delivers unrelenting energy and enthusiasm to the characters he brings to the stage, absorbing the audience into his madness for a delightful hour of entertainment.’ Prague Film and Theatre Center

‘Very funny’ Time Out

 ‘There is a genuineness to Kamali’s performance which is inspiring’ The Stage

“Jody Kamali seems to inhabit a different on-stage character every time I see him. This time, he managed to cram into one 20-minute spot three bizarre, physically active and visually surprising characters” John Fleming, Comedy Blogger

 ’Funny, warm and authentic’ Omid Djalili

‘truly hilarious with brilliant comic timing’

 ‘Part physical clowning, part Alan Partridge does CBBC presenter’ Three Weeks

‘Highly original’ South London Scene (Blog)

‘Kamali is a genuine, friendly and open guy, which helped the audience to warm to him and                                                        feel very much relaxed’ Broadway Baby

‘Top 100 shows to see at the Edinburgh Festival 2007’  Sunday Times

‘Terry Crouch(Jody) is a global star thanks to his (mis)adventures and Bristolian Language lessons online” Venue Magazine

‘The clown Prince of Persia’ Edinburgh Evening News

‘Top 5 free shows at the Edinburgh Festival 2011’ The List

‘Terry (Jody) is a new phenomenon – a celebrity’ Bristol’s Evening Post

‘There’s no denying the comedians talent and his range of accents are brilliant’ Hairline

‘An Internet star’ Evening Standard

 ‘One of You Tube’s highlights’ Time Out

 ‘Jody Kamali is not remotely funny’ Three Weeks