Adam Hess (Funniest Tweet of 2013: The Telegraph)

Starting his stand-up career in 2011, Adam showed himself to be one of the most exciting new acts in the country, winning the Chortle Student Comedy Award and taking a runner-up place in Leicester Square Theatre New Act of the Year award that same year.

He originally became known for his surreal one-liners, however later went on to prove himself as an accomplished story-teller and sketch-writer. He was later nominated for Chortle Best Newcomer and Leicester Mercury New Act Of The Year. He recently supported David Baddiel on his Fame Not The Musical Tour.

A prolific writer; Adam has also become widely known for his unique brand of comedy on Twitter and in the last two years has accrued tens of thousands of followers from the jokes he posts there alone. The BBC even filmed a selection of his tweets as sketches starring him as one of their 'Feed My Funny' videos. He was a staff writer on the latest series of Russell Howard's Good News for BBC 2 and has also written for tv regulars such as Chris Ramsey and Seann Walsh.

In 2013 a tweet by Adam was voted funniest of the year by The Telegraph.

"The UK's Rob Delaney"
Graham Linehan

"Not so much raises the roof but catapults it"

"Batters the audience into laughter"

"Bangs out lines quicker than Scarface"
Evening Standard

"Flashes of Genius"
Broadway Baby

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