With a background in brand marketing and skills as a presenter, actor and impressionist Hugh Dennis is an ideal choice for any corporate entertainment event. Topical and highly amusing, his presentations are easily adapted to any company's needs. As an actor, Hugh led the cast in the innovative sitcom Outnumbered and appeared in such series as Ballot Monkeys and Not Going Out. He narrated the television series The Zoo and has been seen as a team captain team captain on the popular panel show Mock the Week and made regular appearance on the panel show, Would I Lie To You?
A former member of the Cambridge Footlights, Hugh Dennis began working life as a brand manager with the product company Unilever. However, having established a friendship with Steve Punt whom he met at university, the pair went on to perform comedy at such places as London’s Comedy Store which ultimately led to the birth of Punt and Dennis and the duo starring in a variety of shows together such as; The Imaginatively Titled Punt and Dennis Show and Me, You and Him on television.
They also appeared in radio classics such as; The Mary Whitehouse Experience, It’s Been a Bad Week and The Now Show.
A hugely talented impressionist, Hugh’s early show business experiences also saw him provide voices for Spitting Image.
Always a popular addition to panel shows, more recently, Hugh has regularly be seen on such shows as Mock The Week and Would I Lie to You.
On the acting front, his credits include; My Hero with Ardal O’Hanlon, Not Going Out alongside Lee Mack, Doctors, New Tricks, Agatha Christie’s Marple, Ballot Monkeys, Drunk History, Fleabag, the innovative improvised sitcom Outnumbered and Ballot Monkeys
As a result of being a gifted writer, voiceover artist, presenter, actor, impressionist and highly entertaining after dinner speaker, Hugh is in great demand at all manner of corporate events.