DOMINIC FRISBY




A writer: Dominic's first book is Life After The State - Why We Don't Need Government. He writes a column about gold and money for Moneyweek, the UK’s best-selling weekly financial magazine. He has written and produced numerous short films and videos. He also co-wrote and narrated the feature documentary about the global financial crisis, The Four Horsemen. (‘The beauty of Four Horsemen is the consummate ease and simplicity of the arguments, thanks to excellent writing and narration from Dominic Frisby,’ Front Row).

A comedian: ‘Viciously funny and inventive’, Guardian; ‘Masterful’, Evening Standard; ‘Great comedy talent’, Chortle.co.uk. He is resident host at London’s oldest comedy club, Downstairs At The King’s Head.

A financial guru: As well as his column for Moneyweek, Dominic also hosts financial podcast Frisby’s Bulls and Bears, interviewing guests about economics and investing. He has spoken about things financial many times on television and radio and at conferences, and is a keen after-dinner speaker.

A voiceover: Day-to-day he is found trotting about the sound studios of London, voicing everything from nature documentaries to zombies in Hollywood blockbusters.

An actor: Last year he appeared in The Inbetweeners movie, played the lead role in a new Irish drama for TG4 about the life of political revolutionary Erskine Childers, and shot a comedy pilot, Frisby’s Greatest Ever, in which he performs 9 different roles. This year he played the US president in this viral video.

He has also worked as a TV presenter, a boxing ring announcer, a florist, a removal man, an extremely camp theatrical agent’s PA, a sports commentator and a busker.